Knitted Bouquet and Houseplant: it's flower arranging, but not as you know it!

Posted 12th July 2014

Knitted Bouquet and Houseplant

If you've been as cheered as we are by the return of the sunny weather and are ready to put the winter woolies to one side for the summer (so at for least a fortnight, anyhow) then might we suggest our brand new Bouquet & Houseplant knitting pattern, available right now as a Kindle Edition e-book from the Amazon UK website?

Though it might not appear so at first glance, the Bouquet and Houseplant are made to a 2-in-1 design based around a single set of long-stemmed knitted flowers, which can either be made into a bouquet by wrapping them in ribbon, or remodelled into a houseplant by arranging them into their knitted plant pot. Once made, the flowers can be changed from bouquet to houseplant and back again in a matter of minutes.

With their design modelled somewhere between a rose and a camellia, the knitted flowers in this pattern can be made up in any colour, meaning that you can match the flowers you make to your own preference.

If you'd like to have a go at knitting your own bouquet and houseplant, there's more to see on our Patterns to Buy page from where you can click on through to the pattern's dedicated page on the Amazon UK website.

Happy knitting!


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