Calendula Daisy crochet pattern Irish crochet style
Calendula, also called Pot Marigold is a herbaceous plant from the daisy family.
Its name comes from the Latin kalendae, which means meaning first day of the month, on the presumption that calendulas bloom at the beginning of most months of the year.
How to Crochet a Daisy flower in Irish Crochet Style?
Daisy crochet pattern (Calendula)
- crochet cotton Size 10 colour = white.
- 1.75 mm steel hook.
Details of components
- multi-petal flower with raised centre.
Crochet Flower Pattern
Crochet flower centre
Start: using 1.75mm steel hook, make 3ch, join with sl st, 2ch
R1: make 8dc in the ring, join with sl st in 2nd ch from end of R1, 2ch
R2: make 2dc in each dc = 16dc, join with sl st, 1ch
R3: 1sc in each dc = 32sts, join with sl st. Continue with the petals.
R1: (1sl st in next sc, 12ch, skip first 2ch, make 1dc, 8tr, 1dc, sl st in next sc in the ring) x 16 petals. Fasten off leaving a long tail.
Crochet Stem and Leaf (2pcs.)
Start: using 1.75mm steel hook, make 25ch
R1: skip first 2ch, make 2dc, 3tr, 4dtr, 3tr, 2dc, 1sl st, 1ch, (skip the last 8ch) turn
R2: sc in all the sts = 15sc, pivot, 2dc in the st on tip of leaf, 2dc, 3tr, 4dtr, 3tr, 2dc, 1sl st, sc in the 8ch from the start left idle. Fasten off.
Make 2 pcs.
Thread a needle with tail left at petal work. Pick up stitches (sew) on top of every second st from R3 of flower centre. Pull thread slightly to give the centre a raised appearance.
Secure thread, then stitch one leaf at back of flower at the edge of centre. Stitch the second leaf on the stem on the first leaf’s stem.
This is it! Daisy crochet flower pattern in irish crochet style is ready!
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