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Knitted Poinsettia DONATIONWARE knitting pattern

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Knitted Poinsettia is an original knitting pattern by June Gilbank.

This decorative poinsettia is knitted flat using only basic stitches, so even a beginner at knitting can tackle it. The poinsettia is about 3.5″ (9cm) in diameter, and would make a lovely tree ornament, or a pretty table decoration, gift topper, or brooch.

Yarn: small quantity of worsted weight yarn in red, green and yellow

Needles: 4 US/ 3.5mm knitting needles (straight, circular or DPNs will all work equally well)

Size: approx 3.5" (9cm) diameter. (Your gauge and yarn choice will affect the finished size slightly.)

This Knitted Poinsettia pattern is Donationware - the instructions are available to view online for free, but if you like it please consider sending me a donation to show your appreciation:

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