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Martin Storey's collection of 25 brilliant knits is a floral fiesta. It has every kind of flower-inspired design for you and for your home, from bags with applique flowers to garments, accessories, cushions and throws with either textured or colourwork flowers or flower embroideries, all in our brilliant colour palette.

Associated Products: Kid Classic, Kidsilk Haze
Associated Publications: Lacy Knits

Hearts and flowers cushion in three shades.

Associated Products: Handknit Cotton

This easy fitting cardigan has scattered flower motifs. It uses Handknit Cotton and was the members exclusive pattern for August 2004.

Unfortunately an error has occurred with Stepped Flowers Stole from Kaffe Knits Again. Please find the corrections below. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience that this may have caused.

Associated Products: Pure Wool DK
Associated Publications: Kids Learn To Crochet

These fabulous flowers are fun and quick to make in just a few simple, stripy round of double crochet.

Unfortunately an error has occurred with Flower Toggle Hat from Designs for Kids: Handknits and Things. Please find the corrections below. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience that this may have caused.

Associated Products: Kidsilk Haze
Associated Publications: Lacy Knits

Lacy, lightly-beaded June flower stole, adorned at each end with small creamy blossoms with contrasting trim.

Associated Products: Cotton Glacé

This stunning intarsia cardigan uses Cotton Glace and was the members exclusivepattern for March 2003.

Associated Products: Alpaca Colour, Mohair Haze

The Rowan Design team are bringing a touch of glamour to Red Nose Day with a free pattern for this fun headband. The red nose sits on a crocheted flower motif using Mohair Haze (wool and mohair) and the nose is knitted using Alpaca Colour (alpaca and cotton). If a headband isn't your thing then why not add a pin to make a stylish brooch.

Associated Products: Wool Cotton
Associated Publications: Knitting Pretty

Knit this homeware flower garland from Knitting Pretty. A design by Martin Storey using the wonderful soft blend Wool Cotton DK (wool and cotton), extra flowers can be added and can be strung together to make a little garland to hang on or over a doorway.