Never did a man's fedora seem so feminine but when Roxy clipped her favorite felted flower to the hat band. She would wear one knitted flower tucked behind her ear in shades that matched her lipstick, or clip it to the lapel of her mannish coat. One flower inspired the neckline of her dress or decorated her patent leather high heels. If she had worn flip flops. . . There would have been a single one in the center of each.
Inspired by the costumes and characters in Chicago and a man's carnation boutonniere, Roxy's favorite felted flower is one that dresses up the plainest frock, bag, or cloche . . . and makes you look twice. Just like Roxy herself.
Intrepid Intermediate: Requires knowledge of knitting and purling, increasing and decreasing, working in the round on double-pointed needles, and some simple hand-sewing.
24 stitches and 32 rounds = 4" (10cm)
Per flower: 16 yds (14.5m)
Size 6 (4mm) double-pointed needles (set of 4)
Noni sparkle rivets
Locking stitch markers
Noni flower clips
Pictured flowers were made with Stonehedge Fiber Mill Shepherd's Wool in Berries with Noni Sparkle Rivets in black.
No errors have been reported for this pattern.