Daisy crochet pattern in Irish Crochet Style
The following flower pattern is based on an antique Irish crochet motif from Priscilla Irish Crochet Book No.1, published by The Priscilla Publishing Co., Boston, Massachusetts in 1912.
How to Crochet a Daisy in Irish Crochet Style?
- crochet cotton Size 5 colour A orange multi, Size 5 colour B = white.
- 1.75 mm steel hook.
Flower Crochet Pattern
Prepare a 52 inch long 2-strand padding cord by folding in half a piece of thread colour B.
Start: wrap 5 times working thread colour A around a pencil, pull loops off
R1: cover with 12sc, join with sl st, turn. Change to colour B, join in the padding cord, fasten off A
R2: make 12sc on the padding cord alone, turn
R3: make 1sc in each of the 12sts from R2, 1sc in the ring, turn
R4: make 1sc in the first 8sts from R3, skip the rest 4sts and make 4sc on the cord alone, turn.
Repeat R3-R4 until you have 12 petals. Fasten off colour B. Join the first and the last petal with a needle and thread and sew a small ring in the centre.
Wind the working thread 14 times around a 2mm steel hook, slip off the loops and cover with 20sc.
That’s all! The flower crochet pattern is ready!
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