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Knitted Bows

I saw some crocheted bows on a blog I love recently and although I dont yet know how to crochet (its on my to-make list) I decided to come up with some easy-to-make knitted bows. And as you can see I got a little carried away and made nine of them. They look really great and are a great way to use up small balls of yarn. I'm still not sure what to do with them though. I may stick on them on hair clips or turn them into necklaces... the possibilities are endless (ok not endless but there are quite a few possibilities) 

If your looking for a small, fun project I would really recommend trying out a few of these. 
Here is the pattern:
You will need
- Some yarn - pick a bright colour as I found these worked much better than the darker colours.
- Some knitting needles - It doesn't really matter what size needles you use as these bows can be any size. I used size 5 needles and a lot of different size wools but its really up to you.
- A yarn needle for sewing in the ends.
  1. Cast on 7 stitches, leaving a fairly long tale. 
  2. Knit until the piece measures 4 inches long.
  3. Sew in one of your tales of yarn and use the other longer tale to sew the two ends of the piece together, making a circular shape.
  4. Cut a long piece of yarn and wrap it around the middle of the circle. Once you feel it is sufficiently wrapped use your yarn needle to secure the middle. 
  5. Enjoy your lovely little bow.
I know this pattern doesn't really make sense but it's pretty simple and hopefully if you feel like making some it will make sense to you. If not, please comment with any questions and I will be happy to correct myself. 

I hope everyone is having a lovely lovely week.

Love Scarlett. 

P.S. Posy likes the bows too...


  1. I hope you are having a lovely week, Scarlett. Your ideas certainly cheer me up.

  2. Adorable puppy! I saw your blog title and just had to come and visit! I think you are a hoot! These are really cute too. Love that you love all of these homemaking skills!

  3. I am in love with these bows. No I just need to teach myself how to crochet!!!
    Wearing It On My Sleeves

  4. These are aces! I am crubbish at knitting but I think I could manage these. I see some hairbands made of knit for my little ones.

  5. I am definitely making these. I love projects that are finished almost as soon as I start them, I get so impatient! Love these :-)

  6. Thanks for the pattern, I'm definitely going to give it a try :D I have too many scraps of wool that I can't bring myself to throw away, so these would be the perfect thing ^_^ Posy looks so cute with them!

  7. Hello! These bows are very cute! Thank you for posting this! I am working on one right now but am not sure about instructions #3 and #4 so can you possibly post a video? Thank you!


  8. Aw, these are really cute, and I actually have a ton of bright coloured wool in my stash (sadly its all depleted otherwise though) so I will get on making a few of these. Necklaces would be very cute!

  9. I love these!! By any chance, do you have the link for the crochet ones? I am on the other end-I know how to crochet, I'm working on learning how to knit!

  10. Hello! I just came across your blog and I love it! I am also a 17 year old teen who knits! :) You can check out my blog here:


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