It doesn’t matter if you forget to water these flowers, crochet flower making part 2: daisies

I have found memories of making daisy chains when I was younger, and whenever I see them outside it still makes me smile. I couldn’t quite decide on what type of crochet daisy to do so tried out a couple of different ones, and I’m still not too sure which I like the best! You could make bunting out of these, or use them to add some nice detail to a tablecloth on the corners or in the middle. Think I will make some more of all the different types and use them on a tablecloth I have been thinking about making – another project to add to the list!

Daisy pattern 

4mm hook for all Daisy’s

Daisy flower

Starting in yellow

Make a magic ring, ch1

Round 1: 5dc into ring

Round 2: 2dc into each dc

Change to white

Round 3: (*dc, ch5 slip stitch into second chain from hook and then the remaining 3 chain stitches, slip stitch into the stitch at the base. Repeat from * into same stitch, so there are two petals in the same stitch). Repeat ( ) around.

Fasten off


…….

Wider petal daisy flower – make 2

In yellow

Make a magic ring, ch1

Round 1: 5dc into ring

Round 2: 2dc into each dc

Change to white

Round 3: *dc, ch7, treble into 3rd chain from the hook and then the remaining 4 chain stitches, slip stitch into the stitch at the base, dc into next stitch. Repeat from *around 4 more times

Fasten off

– Sew the two together with petals offset form each other

 …..

12 petal Chain stitch daisy

In yellow

Make a magic ring, ch1

Round 1: 6dc into ring

Round 2: 2dc into each stitch, repeat around

Change to white
Round 3: *dc ch12 dc into same stitch, repeat from *around

Fasten off

 …..
8 petal chain stitch daisy

In yellow

Make magic ring, ch1

Round 1: 4dc into ring

Round 2: 2dc into each stitch repeat around

Round 3: *dc ch10 dc into same stitch, repeat from * around


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