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Knitted Rose Flower Pattern

This easy knitted Rose Flower pattern helps you make great embellishments on cute fashions and home décor.

Simply knit up a garter stitch swatch in 9 easy rows with the yarn over increase technique, then shape it into a rose flower.

Quickly knit up these flowers in different sizes with any yarn gauge and fiber using appropriately sized knitting needles of your choice. Selecting your favorite colors will bring your bouquet to life!

This quick knit project is perfect for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, and all year round.

Knitted Rose shapes in peach and pink color yarn

MATERIALS for Knitted Rose Flower Pattern

My roses were created with size 7 US knitting needles and worsted weight yarn. Feel free to use any size yarn and needles for your creative project.

  • Yarn in any weight and fiber of your choice
  • Appropriate sized knitting needles
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors
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KNITTING TECHNIQUES for Rose Flower Pattern

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Knitted Rose shapes in peach and pink color yarn

Knitted Rose Flower Printable Pattern

Yield: Knitted Rose Flower
Active Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour
Difficulty: Intermediate

This easy knitted Rose Flower pattern helps you make great embellishments.


  • Yarn - 42 yards of Worsted Weight in any fiber and colors of your choice


  • Knitting Needles - Size 7 US straight needles
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors


Cast On 6 Stitches

  1. Row 1: Knit All
  2. Row 2: * K1, YO * K1 (11 Sts)
  3. Row 3: Knit All
  4. Row 4: * K1, YO * K1 (21 Sts)
  5. Row 5: Knit All
  6. Row 6: * K1, YO * K1 (41 Sts)
  7. Row 7: Knit All
  8. Row 8: * K1, YO * K1 (81 Sts)
  9. Row 9: Knit All

Bind Off

As you bind off, you'll see your rose start to take shape by curling in as you are binding off.

Take one end and curl it into a rose shape.

Tack it securely together using your yarn tail and a tapestry needle.

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