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Crochet Daisy Flower

Create a beautiful daisy flower using the art of crocheting. With just a few simple stitches and some colorful yarn, you can bring this delicate flower to life. Start by making a magic ring and then work your way around, adding petals in a circular pattern. Experiment with different yarn colors to customize your daisy and make it truly unique. Crocheting a daisy flower is a fun and relaxing way to express your creativity and add a touch of nature to your home decor or accessories. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced crocheter, making a daisy flower is a rewarding project that can be completed in just a few hours. You can use your finished daisy as a decorative embellishment for hats, bags, or even as a standalone piece to brighten up any room. The possibilities are endless when it comes to crocheting daisy flowers, so let your imagination run wild and enjoy the process of bringing this classic flower to life through yarn and crochet hooks.

Materials Needed:

Yarn:

  • YarnArt Jeans: This brand of yarn is available in many stores and online retailers.
  • Color options:
    • No01 – White: For the petals and flower center.
    • No88 – Yellow: For the flower center.
    • No82 – Khaki: For the stem and leaves (optional).

Yarn amount:

  • The pattern specifies 50 grams of each color, which should be enough for several flowers, depending on their size.

Crochet hook:

  • 1.5 mm crochet hook: This size suits YarnArt Jeans yarn and will create a delicate and detailed flower.

Additional materials:

  • Wire with a 1.5-2 mm diameter: This wire is used to stiffen the stem and leaves (optional). You can substitute pipe cleaners or craft wire.
  • Stuffing material: Polyester or holofiber stuffing is recommended to fill the flower head.

Abbreviations:

  • inc (increase): Create an additional stitch, usually by crocheting two stitches in one spot.
  • MR (magic ring): Method to start a round project without a hole in the center.
  • rnds (rounds): Repeated circles of crochet stitches.
  • sc (single crochet): Basic stitch, inserting hook, yarn over, pulling through both loops.
  • dc (double crochet): Taller stitch than sc, creating a taller and looser fabric.

Step By Step Pattern

Stem:
1 rnd: 6 sc in MR (6);
2-16 rnds: 6 sc (15 rnds across 6);
17 rnd: BLO – inc * 6 (12);
18 rnd: (2 sc, inc) * 4 (16);
19 rnd: (3 sc, inc) * 4 (20).
Fasten off and cut yarn.

Leaf:
1 rnd: Chain 10.
Work across the sides of the chain.
Start from the 2nd stitch from hook:
3 sc, 5 dc, 5 dc in the last stitch.
Across the other side of chain –
5 dc, 2 sc, sl st (24).
Fasten off and cut yarn leave a long tail for sewing.

Flower core:
1 rnd: 6 sc in MR (6);
2 rnd: inc * 6 (12);
3 rnd: (1 sc, inc) * 6 (18);
4-5 rnds: 18 sc (18);
6 rnd: (1 sc, dec) * 6 (12);
7 rnd: dec * 6 (6).
Fasten off and cut yarn.

Petal:
Make 5 the same details.
1 rnd: 6 sc in MR (6);
2 rnd: inc* 6 (12);
3 rnd: (2 sc, inc) * 4 (16);
4-6 rnds: 16 sc (3rnds across 16);
7 rnd: (2 sc, dec) * 4 (12);
8 rnd: (1 sc, dec) * 4 (8);
9 rnd: Fold the piece in half and crochet through both edges 4 sc. Fasten off and cut yarn leave a long tail for sewing.Take a piece of wire twice the length of the stem.Fold it in half and wrap it with plaster. Insert the wire into the stem. Use a wooden stick to add filler. Sew the core, petals and leaf to the stem.

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