Daisy Collection

Crochet | DK

Daisy Collection – Patterns (2079) (2080) (2081) (2082)

Materials:

Oddments of yellow and white DK yarn. Size 3.75mm or 4mm crochet hook. Wool needle for sewing in ends

Tension / Gauge:

Tension is not crucial for this pattern. If finer or thicker yarn is used with a corresponding size of crochet hook, the daisy will be smaller or larger.

Simple Daisy Instructions:

With yellow yarn, magic loop  (or ch 4, join to start with ss to form ring)

1st round: ch 1, dc 9 into loop, join with ss to start

2nd round: Change to white yarn, *(ch 7, join top of next dc with ss) repeat until end of round

Cut yarn, draw in centre of flower in yellow, sew in ends.

Small Simple Daisy Instructions:

With yellow yarn, magic loop (or ch 4, join to start with ss to form ring)

1st round: ch 1, dc 9 into loop, join with ss to start.

2nd round: Change to white yarn, *(ch 5, join to top of next dc with ss) repeat until end of round.

Cut yarn, draw in centre of flower in yellow, sew in ends.

Large Simple Daisy Instructions:

With yellow yarn, magic loop (or ch 4, join to start with ss to form ring)

1st round: ch 1, dc 10 into loop, join with ss to start

2nd round: Change to white yarn, *(ch 9, join to top of next dc with ss) repeat until end of round

Cut yarn, draw in centre of flower in yellow, sew in ends.

Double Daisy Instructions:

With yellow yarn, magic loop (or ch 4, join to start with ss to form ring)

1st round: ch 1, dc 9 into loop, join with ss to start

2nd round: Change to white yarn, *(ch 5, join to front loop of top of next dc with ss) repeat from * until end of round,

3rd round: without breaking yarn continue behind the round of petals just worked in this way **(ch 5, join to back loop of top of next dc with ss working behind first row of petals) repeat from ** until end of round

Cut yarn, draw in centre of flower in yellow, sew in ends.

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