This crochet daisy flower is another version of the daisy applique pattern I made. Wild daisy is rather small and humble but I know many love it.
The 3D crochet wild daisy granny square pattern is crocheted continually from the flower to square bed.
Materials: ( I used )
5mm crochet hook
Worsted weight yarn: yellow, white, green and light green
Note: I used chainless starting dc/tr for every first dc of each round instead of ch3/ ch4. There’s another good crochet technique to use is ch2/ ch3 then dc/ tr into same stitch ( counted as 1st dc/ tr ). In the pattern below you’ll see I simply state dc/ tr into 1st stitch for every first dc/ tr of each round, so just choose your best technique 🙂
This pattern can be made with any hook size, choose a yarn type that matches your hook. Steamblock your finished squares.
Flower: Picture No.1,2,3
Start with yellow yarn to make flower’s pistil part.
Form a magic ring, 12 dc into the ring (fasten off), total 12 sts.
Change to white yarn, crochet all into front – loop stitches only * ch 4, sc into 2nd ch from hook, 2 hdc across, sl into next stitch from first chain. * repeat ** 12 times around. Total 12 petals ( fasten off )
Square bed: Picture No. 4,5,6,7,8,9
R1: Now work into back – loop stitches behind the flower. Use green yarn, join yarn into any back – loop st, inc dc into every st around, total 24 sts, sl into 1st to join.
R2: tr, 2 dc into same st, ch 1, skip 1 st, 3 dc into next st, ch 1, skip 1 st, 2 dc into next st, tr into same st, ch 3, skip 1 st, *tr into next st, 2 dc into same st, ch 1, skip 1 st, 3 dc into next st, ch 1, skip 1 st, 2 dc into next st, tr into same st, ch 3, skip 1 st* repeat ** 3 times around, sl into 1st st to join.
R3: Change to light green yarn, dc, ch 1, *( 3 dc into next ch1-space, ch 1) x 2 times. 3 dc into next ch3-space , ch 3, 3 dc into same space, ch 1.* repeat ** 2 times. (3 dc into next ch1-space , ch 1) x 2 times. 3 dc into next ch3-space , ch 3, 2 dc into same space, sl into 1st st to join. ( fasten off and weave in end )
That’s it! What should I do next with these flower squares? Blanket, throw, bag or pillow case… whatever… If that’s in your mind, too. I think there’s one online class you might want to watch: Joining Crochet Motifs with many joining techniques and tips to learn.
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