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Frilly Quick Knit Flower

Frilly Quick Knit Flower

The Frilly Quick Knit Flower is a modified pattern of Denice Johnson’s by Dedi Boyer. With Denice’s permission we are publishing the pattern again with the slight change to get this look.  Send of photos of your flowers and we’ll feature them here. Thanks Denice & Dedi! -Kristen Mangus


Frilly Quick Knit Flower

Design by Denice Johnson, adaption by Dedi Herold Boyer

The frilly quick knit flower is something that you can throw together fast when you’re short on time and have little yarn to work with.


Knitting Loom: 

24 peg round loom (Small Round loom LG Large Gauge 5/8″)


Yarn: Medium weight in any color



Knitting tool

Tapestry needle

Accent glass beads or glassy button for sparkle!



K – Knit stitch


Pattern note:

Use one strand throughout the entire project, pattern is worked in the round.



E-wrap cast on 24 pegs, work in the round

Rounds 1-6:knit to the end of round

Round 7: knit peg 1, knit peg 2, place the stitch from peg 2 on peg 1 and knit over

place yarn over peg 2, knit peg 3, knit peg 4, place the stitch from peg 4 on

peg 3 knit over. Repeat for the remainder of the row.

Round 8-9: repeat round 7

Rounds 10-115: knit to the end of round

Round 16: bring up cast on row and place on pegs, knit one row



Using gathered bind off, bind off all pegs.

Tighten and tie string end and cut. This will be the bottom of the flower.

Give the flower a little tug at picot edges.

Secure flower at the middle with the accent button to your project.

©2015 GoodKnit Kisses

We hope you enjoyed the Frilly Quick Knit Flower for the loom.  Be sure to post a photo on social media and tag @GoodKnitKisses to spread the loomy love!

Happy Looming!!  -Kristen


Frilly Quick Knit Flower Pin image

Frilly Quick Knit Flower is based off of this video tutorial

Change to video: On row 7 repeat it two more times instead of once as video states for the Frilly Quick Knit Flower version by Dedi.

Video loom along tutorial courtesy of permission by Denice Johnson.  Thank you Denice!