Monday, June 2, 2008

Flower Power, Free




I hope you enjoy the free pattern for Flower Power. I used to ride the schoolbus to school with a girl that every day, even in winter, would bring the bus driver a flower. Every day, as she handed him the flower, she would say Flower Power. I don't remember anything else about her, not even her name, but she was the inspiration for this pattern.
Free PDF here.

Flower Power

Copyright © by Susan Mrenna 2006 Knit A Little http://knitalittlestore.blogspot.com/
One ball of cotton yarn, size 7 needles Cast on 40 Stitches, K = knit, p = purl.
Stitches in [ ] are border stitches, you may substitute the border of your choice.
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Row 1-6) [Knit across]
Row 7 and all odd rows) [k4], k32, [k4]
Row 8) [k4], p32, [k4]
Row 10) [k4], p7, k7, p5, k6, p7, [k4]
Row 12) [k4], p6, k9, p3, k8, p6, [k4]
Row 14) [k4], p5, k11, p1, k10, p5, [k4]
Row 16) [k4], p4, k12, p1, k11, p4, [k4]
Row 18) [k4], p4, k12, p1, k11, p4, [k4]
Row 20) [k4], p5, k11, p1, k10, p5, [k4]
Row 22) [k4], p7, k9, p1, k8, p7, [k4]
Row 24) [k4], p5, k3, p2, k6, p1, k5, p2, k3, p5, [k4]
Row 26) [k4], p3, k7, p3, k1, p4, k1, p3, k7, p3, [k4]
Row 28) [k4], p2, k10, p8, k10, p2, [k4]
Row 30) [k4], p2, k9, p10, k9, p2, [k4]
Row 32) [k4], p2, k9, p10, k9, p2, [k4]
Row 34) [k4], p2, k10, p8, k10, p2, [k4]
Row 36) [k4], p2, k10, p1, k1, p4, k1, p1, k10, p2, [k4]
Row 38) [k4], p3, k7, p2, k8, p2, k7, p3, [k4]
Row 40) [k4], p5, k3, p2, k12, p2, k3, p5, [k4]
Row 42) [k4], p9, k14, p9, [k4]
Row 44) [k4], p9, k14, p9, [k4]
Row 46) [k4], p9, k14, p9, [k4]
Row 48) [k4], p10, k12, p10, [k4]
Row 50) [k4], p11, k10, p11, [k4]
Row 52) [k4], p13, k6, p13, [k4]
Row 54) [k4], p32, [k4]
Row 55-60) [Knit across]

Bind off and weave in ends.

This pattern is also available as a free PDF on Ravelry, www.ravelry.com , and the PDF includes a chart.

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