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Look inside 100 Flowers to Knit & Crochet (new edition)
  • Publisher: Search Press
  • Edition: BC Paperback with flaps
  • Publication: 30 September 2021
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781800920286
  • Stock: 50+
  • Size: 222x222 mm
  • Illustrations: 250
  • Pages: 128
  • RRP: £12.99
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100 Flowers to Knit & Crochet (new edition)


A collection of beautiful blooms for embellishing clothes, accessories, cushions and throws by Lesley Stanfield (Author)

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Book Description

This 15th anniversary edition of the best-selling book 100 Flowers to Knit and Crochet, with over 130,000 copies sold!

An utterly delightful collection of designs for any knitting or crochet enthusiast, it not only includes the most beautiful flowers and leaves, but also a wonderful, whimsical collection of fruit and vegetables as well as butterflies. As most of the projects use only small amounts of yarn, it is the perfect way to use up scraps, or practise using novelty yarns. You can use them to decorate clothing, hats, bags and belts, embellish home accessories, or make a beautiful bouquet as an unusual display piece.

There are so many flowers to choose from that there is sure to be something you will love, from simple spiral roses and two-tone fuchsias, to elaborate layered blooms and fabulous felted flowers. The flowers are beautifully arranged on the pages, with stitched leaves and embroidered stems, and are cross-referenced to a separate section featuring clear pattern instructions and information on yarn requirements.

You will also find plenty of inspiration for embellishing your finished flowers with beads, buttons, sequins and embroidery. In addition, there are lots of ideas for using them in a range of fun ways, from unusual jewellery to decorating gift-wrapped packages. The patterns use UK crochet terms, with a US/UK conversion chart printed on the fold-out flap.

Previously published as 9781844484034.

Table of Contents

Foreword/About this book 6

Before you begin 8
Materials and equipment 10, Crochet symbols 12, Abbreviations 14, Terminology and aftercare 15, Notes on knitting 16, Notes on crochet 18

Directory of flowers 20
Flowers 22, Leaves 42, Fruit and vegetables 44

Technical instructions 46
Knitting instructions, Basic designs 48, Intermediate designs 54, Advanced designs 62

Crochet instructions
Basic designs 66, Intermediate designs 74, Advanced designs 92

Projects 108
Project 1 : Peg bag 110, Project 2: Evening handbag 112, Project 3: Stationery 114, Project 4: Christmas gift wrap 115, Project 5: Baby's cardigan 116, Project 6: Winter scarf 118, Project 7: Summer shoes 119, Project 8: Ruffles 120, Project 9: Place settings 122, Project 10: Shopping bag 124

Index 126
Resources and credits 128

About the Author

About Lesley Stanfield

Lesley Stanfield is a freelance knitting and crochet designer who has worked on and for several women’s magazines. She lives and works in Whitstable, UK. She has written many best-selling books for Search Press including 75 Birds, Butterflies & Beautiful Beasties to Knit & Crochet, 100 Flowers to Knit & Crochet, 200 Fun Things to Crochet, 200 Fun Things to Knit, 75 Knitted Floral Blocks and The Encyclopedia of Knitting Techniques.


Monica Russel

This is a really useful book for knitters and crocheters alike who would like to embellish their knitting or crocheting or have small projects to make. The pictures inspire one to try something new.

The patterns are very  clear and I like the fact that yarn weights are given rather than affiliating projects to a particular brand. The fold  out flap with abbreviations is brilliant as a less experienced knitter or crocheter will not have to flip backwards  and forwards to find out new terminology. This would be a great book to keep in your collection. 


Nature wins, especially in needlework popularity contests. In this fifteenth-anniversary edition, veteran needleworker Stanfield (The Knitter's Stitch Collection, 2021) recaps her take on translating flowers, fruits, and vegetables into yarn. Written in UK terminology (of note to crocheters), this collection first showcases finished items, then follows with technical instructions. Those directions include yarn specifications and methods, and, for crochet, instructions for how to make up (i.e. put together) and symbols, with further differentiation into beginning,  intermediate, and advanced projects. Many of the pieces will be familiar (e.g. ladybug and acorn); others, less so (like Santolina and rudbeckia). A color portfolio of ten projects, without instructions, acts as a creative guide to using flowers and fruits for added design flourishes, on an evening handbag or winter scarf, for two examples. A standard for libraries that dont already own this classic reference.

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200 Fun Things to Knit

200 Fun Things to Knit

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The Encyclopedia of Knitting Techniques

The Encyclopedia of Knitting Techniques

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