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Knitting in 2013 – New beginning!

I’m in the “knit all the time” mind frame these days . I have knitted a bunch of flowers, please check out the pictures. However I’m kind of stuck and need some help. What can I do with these knitted flowers? What kind of things can I make with these flowers. The one thing that comes to mind is headbands, but I need more ideas friends.

Any and all suggestions are welcome. Please help!

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  1. I have been soliciting ideas from my Etsy fellow crafters and blog readers for what craft items can I create with the knitted flowers that I made last week (http://www.thethinthread.com/2013/knitting-in-2013-new-beginnings/).

    I have been soliciting ideas from my Etsy fellow crafters and blog readers for what craft items can I create with the knitted flowers that I made last week. You can see the knitted flowers here (http://www.thethinthread.com/2013/knitting-in-2013-new-beginnings/).

    Several of my amazing fellow crafter on Etsy (from the team – http://www.etsy.com/teams/11425/miss-marples-knitting-club) responded to my question and gave wonderful suggestions. Here are some of them -

    1. Emily (http://www.etsy.com/shop/Girlpower) suggested the following:
    lapel pins,
    flower brooches,
    pendants,
    bracelets,
    scarf trim,
    belt decoration,
    curtain tie backs,
    scrapbooking,
    appliques.

    2. Susan Gillespie (http://www.etsy.com/people/susanjg) who has a shop on Etsy (http://www.etsy.com/shop/OdysseyofThreads) suggested the following –
    decorations on bags,
    hats,
    bracelets,
    clothing,
    pins by themselves,
    earrings,
    bouquets,
    gift decorations.

    3. Lizette Venter who runs the shop (http://www.etsy.com/people/lizettev) gave the following ideas- sell the knitted flowers as it is.

    4. Sandy (http://www.etsy.com/people/sanjj) gave the following simple but awesome ideas – how about buying a cheap flower pot, pencil holder, etc. and adding 1 for decoration to a flower pot.

    5. Karen (http://www.etsy.com/people/karennelson899) who herself has created stylish and artistic knitted items (check her store http://www.etsy.com/shop/Oothatsnice) suggested that these flowers will look great as brooches, keyrings or added to other knitted items.

    I’m so thankful to all the crafters for such wonderful ideas. It’s great to be part of such an inspiring and sharing community of crafters.

  2. Will look great as brooches, keyrings or added to other knitted items, check this out
    https://www.etsy.com/listing/116411247/flowered-green-tea-cosy