Knitted Dogwood Blossoms

Hello knitters!

With crazy storms rolling in throughout the country earlier this week, much damage was to many areas including the southern U.S. In fact, it was a very close call for us. But with the storms behind us, the sun shines again and the birds chirp once more as we move forward. For those who were affected my the recent storms, you are in my thoughts.

On the flip side, Spring brings warm weather, birds and flowers. For a knitter, what can be more perfect than knitted flowers for Spring? With that said, I have finally finished a pattern for knitted dogwood blossoms that I’ve been working on for the past week or so.

dogwood flowers

This knitted flower is great for brooches, additions to hats and scarves or use it in place of a bow on gift boxes! The Knitted Dogwood Blossoms pattern makes a dogwood flower approximately 5″ (12.7 cm) large. Note: each piece is knitted individually and needs to be assembled. Please view video tutorial below.


Knit Picks’ Brava Worsted Yarn (any leftover worsted weight yarn will do.)

  • Color: Coral, Custard, Avocado, White
  • Acrylic

2-US 8/5mm DPNs
Yarn/Tapestry needle



CO 5 sts.

Row 1 (WS): purl.
Row 2: [m1, k1] x5. (10 sts)
Row 3: purl.
Row 4: k1, m1, k7, m1, k2. (12 sts)
Row 5: purl.
Row 6-15: Work in  stockinette stitch.
Row 16: k1, sk2p, k4, k3tog, k1. (8 sts)
Row 17: purl.
Row 18: k1, sk2p, k3tog, k1. (4 sts)
Row 19: purl.

Bind off knitwise.

Repeat the pattern three more times for four petals.


CO 4 sts. Knit 2″ (5cm) long I-Cord and bind off. Fold the I-Cord in half and sew two ends together.

Flower bud

 Assembling Flower

Cut green yarn about 7″ (18cm) long. Thread the yarn through the petals (as shown below), tighten the yarn and tie a knot. Pull the loose ends of the petals to the back of the flower.

Attach the bud through the middle of the flower and use the loose ends to sew the bud to the flower. Weave in all loose ends.

Optional: use the loose ends located at the top of the petals to sew the petals together at the base of the petals.


 dogwood blossoms



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  1. This is such a beautiful flower!! I am planning on making several of these as they would look gorgeous on just about any project!!

  2. These are so beautiful and exactly what I have been looking for! Thank you for sharing!

  3. I love these flowers. Are you going to post more?

  4. Beautiful!! Where can I find the smaller pattern?

  5. Fascinating to watch your method of knitting.

    Thanks for the dogwood pattern – the ‘baby’ tree my children gave to me is now about 15′ high! Alas, I no longer live in that house.

    I plan on making at least one of your flowers for a shawlette that I made for a friend. (it will help her to know which side is the right side)

  6. This is a really cute idea. A few months too late, but I think I might still put it on a sweater that I am making for my granddaughter. Thanks so much. You do wonderful work and your mind is always active. :o))

  7. Amei, tudo muito bonito e eu não conhecia essas rosas. Valeu

  8. Is iontach go deó an suíomh seo. D’fhuair mé an-chuid éolas ar cniotáil … Go mór mór d’foghlaimh mé , cionas bláthanna a dhéanamh. Go raibh mile maith agat, This is a great site. I got lots of information on knitting and I also learned how to make flowers. Thank you.

  9. Thank you for such a beautiful flower. I am going to make 1 or several.

  10. thank you so much going to do some of these and knit some tiebacks and sew them on for my grandaughters nursery x

  11. Thank You so much for sharing this wonderful flexible pattern. It’s just what I was looking for for the top of tea cosies.

  12. This is she most beautiful, neat ,well done flower knitting pattern I could find on the internet ,and it looks so similar to the real flower!
    God bless you

  13. I came across your pattern and tutorial for the dogwood blossoms and can’t wait to start them. What a great find on a dreary February afternoon. Thanks for sharing with us!

  14. Super cute! Can’t wait to make one (or some)! I thought they’d be fun as a confetti or just to sprinkle on the dining room table as decoration. Since I haven’t tried yet I’m not sure how quickly they knit but maybe as an Easter basket filler too instead of grass?!

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