CROCHET PATTERNS (Crochet Flower Pattern #7 Daisy) – 365 Flowers Bouquet Project

 

Daisy crochet pattern

365 Flower Bouquet Project – PATTERN DIRECTORY,  the landing page of my blog contains links to all the crochet flower patterns I've designed so far.

If you are familiar with Ravelry and you’d like to have a go at my patterns, join us at 365 Crochet Flowers Bouquet on Ravelry!

Louise’s choice for the day is a daisy… inhabited by a bee. Check out her amasing macro photography on http://louisedocker.com.au/  or on Louise Docker Photography Facebook page!

The pattern below shows the instructions to create the crochet daisy pattern.

Inspiration

 Daisy

Crochet Daisy Pattern

Daisy crochet pattern

INSTRUCTIONS:

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.

Daisy materials

METHOD:

Petals

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.

Daisy petals Daisy crochet petals

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…. :-)

Crochet Daisy back Daisy with french knots

Daisy crochet pattern Daisy crochet pattern with crochet bee

 All photographs and pattern instructions are the copyright of Meli Bondre. All patterns are for your personal use only.

Happy Crocheting!

_Camelia

 

About Camelia

Irish based knitwear designer
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10 Responses to CROCHET PATTERNS (Crochet Flower Pattern #7 Daisy) – 365 Flowers Bouquet Project

  1. Katerina says:

    This project for one flower every day is incredible!!!! So beautiful and generous!!! Thank you so much, I realy hope you follow through!!!

    • meli_b says:

      Thank you, Katerina. So far, so good. I managed to get through the first week, but realised it will take much more time per day than I thought… but I do enjoy it a lot!

  2. Thelma says:

    These are so beautiful but must take a lot of your time designing them so I’m sure if you cann’t do one every day we will understand Thank You

    • meli_b says:

      That’s so kind of you, Thelma. It took a few days to figure out when to make these patterns during the day or night?…and I did them mostly in the night for a while … then my husband told me he’ll start to hate flowers :-( so, I had to rethink this and now I’m creating them mostly during the days. Unfortunately, that eats into my working hours, which is not financially healthy. We’ll see how it goes, but for now, I’m simply thrilled with the response I get from people. THANK YOU!

  3. Cindy says:

    So pretty……Thank you.

  4. Annette McKitrick says:

    Thank you so much for all the wonderful flower patterns. You are a very kind and generous lady to share these with us. I just adore flowers and love to crochet them. I think they are one of God’s special masterpieces. They remind me of the beauty of the human soul. I tell my family to give me flowers anytime “just because”. After I am gone don’t bother. I won’t be here to enjoy them!! Wishing you flowers “just because” you are you!

  5. Nancy says:

    Hi Camelia, what a beautiful design! I would love to know how to make the beeeee! as well – any chance you could post the pattern?

  6. Liz Albert says:

    I have been waiting to get a range of crochet thread colours for my Christmas (2012), and have now done my first flower from your patterns (Zinnia). Can’t say I found it easy, but after lots of pulling out and trying again, I have made it! Clearly, I’m a bit too much of a novice still, but I will persevere. Thank you so much for your generosity of spirit, and your wonderful creativity.

  7. I just loved all your flowers. They are so beautiful. I am going to make them for clips and headbands for my granddaughters.They want to wear dresses all the time. There ages are 6,5,two are 4, one 7months and 10 and 13 years old.I am into a lot of crafts, knitting and crocheting. I had done all kinds of craft but I had to down size. The thing that Imissed the most is arranging flowers.Thea Collins

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