Daisy crochet pattern
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The pattern below shows the instructions to create the crochet daisy pattern.
Crochet Daisy Pattern
Yarn: cotton thread in colour A= white, colour B=yellow
Crochet hook: 1.75mm
Details of components:
– Petals – white, long and narrow.
– For the centre of the flower, I’m going to use a covered button, 25mm diameter.
Start: using B and 1.75mm hook, make 25ch and join with sl st in ring, change to A
NOTE: The ring of chains should fit on the edge of the button. If your button is different in size than the one I used, you’ll need to adjust the number of ch and the number of petals you make.
Make 25 petals in ring:
R1: (11ch and turn back towards the ring with 10 sl st, 1sl st in ring)x25.
For a fuller flower, crochet another row of petals at the back of the ring. Don’t try to make it look too perfect. Nature didn’t make every petal the same size, so work the petals on 10, 11, 12ch, alternating.
Attach ring to the edge of the button and the daisy is ready. I made some french knots as sepals and of course a beeeee…. 🙂
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