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Make Gorgeous Lifelike Knitted Daffodils


(Four 2-hour Zoom Classes on Wednesdays at 5pm EDT on May 11, 18, 25, and June 1)

I remember opening my studio door after some time away and saw the flowers, luminous in a vase on the window sill. I thought, "O, who brought me flowers?" I was sure they were freshly collected flowers until I walked across the room and saw that the daffodils in the pitcher were the knitted ones I had made months ago. They looked so real; they fooled me.

That made me smile.

And I have a hunch that making these daffodils will make you smile: make them for your own pleasure or to decorate a Spring table or felted purse - I have so many ideas to share with you! and lots of beautiful purse decoration styling suggestions for you to try.


Class Duration

8 hours of class instruction broken into four 2-hour results-focused sessions.


Class Date

May 11  from 5 - 7pm EDT  

May 18  from 5 - 7pm EDT  

May 25 from 5 - 7pm EDT

June 1 from 5 - 7pm EDT


Class Size

The class size will not be limited. 


What You Will Learn

  • How to adjust the needle gauge and yarn weight to create flowers that are different sizes
  • How to knit the stem
  • How to make a strong receptacle or foundation for the petals, flute, and pistil. 
  • How to knit the petals
  • How to knit the flute
  • How to knit the pistil
  • How to bead your flower
  • How to attach it to a purse or pillow
  • How to wire your flower so you can display it in a vase
  • How to make, felt, and finish the Day to Date Night Felted Purses

What You Will Get

  • 8 hours of results-focused instruction with time for your own hands-on practice
  • Life-time access to the zoom recording of the class
  • Project support: Nora is available to respond to questions about knitting and felting daffodils so you achieve daffodil success!
  • A pdf copy of the Daffodil pattern - an $8.50 value.
  • A pdf copy of the Day to Date Night Felted Purse pattern - a $10.00 value
  • $5 store credit you can use to purchase supplies for the class.


Click on the Additional Details tab below for more information about required materials.


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Pattern Difficulty

Intrepid knitters: Requires knitting, purling, increasing, decreasing, and working short rows (with no wrapped stitches).


Gauge is not important for this project. To make the flowers in the size pictured, use the recommended needle size. For smaller or larger flowers, change your gauge by going down in yarn and needle size, or up, respectively.


Yarn Requirements

Shepherd's Wool. Worsted weight in the following colors: 

For the stem, choose Lime Green

For the Flower Petals and Flute: Look at images of daffodils to get some inspiration. Petals tend to be white, pale yellow, bright yellow, even pale pink. The Flute can be the same color or at times contrasting: Choose from Spring Chick, Buttercup, Lemon Yellow, White, Creamsicle, Peach, Antique Rose, Pink, and even Zinnia Pink.


Needles and Other Materials

Size 7 (4.5mm) double-pointed needles (set)

Locking stitch markers to use as stitch holders

A large-eyed, sharp darning needle to weave in ends

26 or 28 gauge brass or copper wire for wiring the petals

A pair of scissors