This is one of our crochet flower collection-lovely crochet daisy. With some basic stitches, we can make lovely daisy flowers. Even you are just beginners, you can make beautiful crochet flowers with our free daisy pattern. In addition, we also offer a video showing the whole process in details. Happy crocheting!

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We will cover how to make daisy flower, daisy buds and daisy leaf to make a lovely crochet daisy with stem. If you don’t plan to make a crochet flower bouquet, you can use the single crochet daisy flower as a decoration of other project for example on a hat.

In addition, we have lots of free crochet flower patterns on the blog. This crochet daisy flower can match well with many other flowers. You can pick some to crochet a flower bouquet. The crochet flower bouquet can be used as a gift for important holidays.

The daisy crochet pattern is an ideal project for crocheters of any skill level and an excellent opportunity to learn and practice various crochet stitches using the basic double crochet, half double crochet, single crochet, and slip stitches.

Meaning of daisy

Daisies represent purity, innocence, and new beginnings. Incorporating the daisy crochet pattern into your projects lets you infuse these beautiful and uplifting sentiments into your handmade creations.

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Gifting Ideas and Uses

The crochet daisy opens up a world of gifting possibilities.

  1. Consider making a bouquet of crocheted daisies and presenting it as a heartfelt gift.
  2. Create delicate daisy earrings or a brooch for someone special, allowing them to wear the beauty of spring wherever they go.
  3. Incorporate daisy motifs into blankets, blouses, or even denim jackets for a personal touch. You can also attach to bags, create wall hangings, or dreamcatchers; the possibilities are endless.

Color variations

Although white and yellow are the most natural colors for a crochet daisy, feel free to explore your color palette, we found pink, purple and even orange yellow color matches well for crochet daisy.

We provide 86 colors of cotton yarn for you to choose from. What are you waiting for, crocheters? Grab your hooks, select your favorite yarn, and let’s begin this amazing crochet adventure together.

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Starter Kits

We have made you a beautiful crochet daisy starter kit which included everything needed for homemade daisy. With this package, you can make a daisy bouquet containing 8 daisies.

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Materials

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  • Yarn – yarn of three colors, cream, green and custard yellow
  • Hook – 2/2.5mm
  • Flower Rod – 16 inches long x 0.08 inches diameter (40cm x 2mm)
  • Iron wire – 0.4mm or 0.5mm diameter
  • Stitch marker
  • Darning needle
  • Pair of scissors
  • Polyfill
  • Hot melt adhesive

Difficulty

Advanced intermediate

Stitches

  • Double crochet – dc
  • Half double crochet – hdc
  • Single crochet – sc
  • Slip stitch – ss
  • Treble crochet – tr

Abbreviations

  • ch – chain
  • st – stitch

Notes

  1. The pattern is written in US terminology
  2. Place a stitch marker at the beginning of each round so you do not miss your starting point.
  3. Additional notes are indicated in italics

Step by Step Crochet daisy flower pattern

How to crochet daisy Flowers: (Make Three)

Daisy Flower Stamen:(Make One light yellow and One Green)

  • Start with a magic ring, ch1
  • R1:  work 6 sc in magic ring, ss. (6)
  • R2: ch1 *2sc in each stitch* repeat **5 times, ss. (12)
  • R3: sc 12 . 1 ss to finish .(12)
  • Cut and leave a small tail
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Adding Wire to Daisy Stamen

  • Step 1: Fold the iron wire into half
  • Step 2: Pick a piece of scrap yarn and tie it over the wire
Crochet Daisy Pattern|hookok
Crochet Daisy Pattern|hookok

Join the Two Stamen

  • Step 3: Insert the wire through the green stamen facing up, with the folded part and the scrap yarn resting inside the cup. Pull the tail through the center. Then place the yellow stamen over the green covering the scrap yarn, ensuring they are perfectly aligned.
  • Step 4: Starting at any point, insert hook through both stamen and join cream yarn
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Notes: Watch the video for more details.

Daisy Flower Petals

  • R1: *ch4 of the chain, 1 tr in the same st, then ch 4, ss 1 into the next st*, repeat ** 11 times; 12 petals in total. cut and weave in ends
Crochet Daisy Pattern|hookok
Crochet Daisy Pattern|hookok

Note: When the petals are hooked to the 10th flower petals, the stem can be assembled first, or some filling cotton can be added before the petals are hooked and sewn together.

Crochet Daisy Pattern|hookok
Crochet Daisy Pattern|hookok

Make two daisy Flower Buds

  • Using the white yarn to make a magic ring, ch3
  • R1: 9dc into the magic ring, close the ring, ss, cut yarn, leaving two tails (9)
  • R2: Join green yarn,ch2,  hdc9, ss
  • Closing the bud
  • R3: ch1, *1sc, sc2tog* repeat ** 2 times cut and leave a tail
Crochet Daisy Pattern|hookok
Crochet Daisy Pattern|hookok
  • Add wire (see steps 1 and 2 under the stamen) and insert the tip into the bud, tucking in all the tails, leaving only the green tail visible. Using a darning needle through back loops, close the opening tightly and weave in ends.
Crochet Daisy Pattern|hookok
Crochet Daisy Pattern|hookok

Make two daisy Leaves

  • Using the green yarn ch13
  • R1: sc into the 2nd sts from the hook, add iron wire, sc11,3 sc in last st, do not turn, working on the other side of the ch, sc11, ss
  • R2: ch1, sc2tog, *ch2, ss into the base of the same st, ss in the next stitch,1 ch* repeat ** around the leaf on both sides, ss
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How to assemble daisy flower with a long stem

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Notes: Watch the video for more details. Following are detailed steps

  • Step 1: Align the two buds and the first flower together on the rod, wrap the yarn for about an inch.
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  • Step 2: Align the second and the third flower, continue wrapping. When joining the flowers, ensure they are aligned on opposite sides for aesthetics.
Crochet Daisy Pattern|hookok
  • Step 3: Then wrap down and add leaves to the right positions.
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  • Step 4: Until the end of the rod and use hot melt adhesive to attach the yarn ends.
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Afterthought

We love you will love our crochet daisy pattern and made some great daisy flowers. Next, you can try to explore more color options or further crochet some of the other flowers including rose, lavender, and some of your favorite flowers to make a lovely crochet bouquet.

You can use it as a decoration of your home or wrap it as a bouquet. We have a video showing our crochet flower arrangement with daisy and rose.

Happy crocheting!

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How to Crochet Daisy

Learn how to crochet daisies with this beginner-friendly tutorial.
5 from 17 votes
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Type: Crochet bouquet, crochet flower
difficult level: middle
Keyword: crochet daisies, crochet daisy

Equipment

  • hook 2/2.5 mm
  • scissors
  • stitch marker
  • Darning needle

Ingredients

  • Yarn cream, custard yellow for the flower, green for leaf
  • Flower Rod 16 inches long x 0.08inches diameter (40cm x 2mm)
  • Iron wire 0.4mm or 0.5mm diameter
  • Fiberfill
  • Hot melt adhesive

Instructions

How to crochet daisy Flowers: (Make Three)

    Daisy Flower Stamen:(Make One light yellow and One Green)

    • Start with a magic ring, ch1
    • R1: work 6 sc in magic ring, ss. (6)
    • R2: ch1 *2sc in each stitch* repeat **5 times, ss. (12)
    • R3: sc 12 . 1 ss to finish .(12)
    • Cut and leave a small tail

    Adding Wire to Daisy Stamen

    • Step 1: Fold the iron wire into half
    • Step 2: Pick a piece of scrap yarn and tie it over the wire
    • Join the Two Stamen
    • Step 3: Insert the wire through the green stamen facing up, with the folded part and the scrap yarn resting inside the cup. Pull the tail through the center. Then place the yellow stamen over the green covering the scrap yarn, ensuring they are perfectly aligned.
    • Step 4: Starting at any point, insert hook through both stamen and join cream yarn

    Daisy Flower Petals

    • R1: *ch4 of the chain, 1 tr in the same st, then ch 4, ss 1 into the next st*, repeat ** 11 times; 12 petals in total. cut and weave in ends
    • Note: When the petals are hooked to the 10th flower petals, the stem can be assembled first, or some filling cotton can be added before the petals are hooked and sewn together.

    Make two daisy Flower Buds

    • Using the white yarn to make a magic ring, ch3
    • R1: 9dc into the magic ring, close the ring, ss, cut yarn, leaving two tails (9)
    • R2: Join green yarn,ch2, hdc9, ss
    • Closing the bud
    • R3: ch1, *1sc, sc2tog* repeat ** 2 times cut and leave a tail
    • Add wire (see steps 1 and 2 under the stamen) and insert the tip into the bud, tucking in all the tails, leaving only the green tail visible. Using a darning needle through back loops, close the opening tightly and weave in ends.

    Make two daisy Leaves

    • Using the green yarn ch13
    • R1: sc into the 2nd sts from the hook, add iron wire, sc11,3 sc in last st, do not turn, working on the other side of the ch, sc11, ss
    • R2: ch1, sc2tog, *ch2, ss into the base of the same st, ss in the next stitch,1 ch* repeat ** around the leaf on both sides, ss

    How to assemble daisy flower with a long stem

    • Step 1: Align the two buds and the first flower together on the rod, wrap the yarn for about an inch.
    • Step 2: Align the second and the third flower, continue wrapping. When joining the flowers, ensure they are aligned on opposite sides for aesthetics.
    • Step 3: Then wrap down and add leaves to the right positions.
    • Step 4: Until the end of the rod and use hot melt adhesive to attach the yarn ends.

    Video

    Notes

    1. The pattern is written in US terminology
    2. Place a stitch marker at the beginning of each round so you do not miss your starting point.
    3. Additional notes are indicated in italics

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    8 Comments

    1. 5 stars
      Loved making this Daisy bunch. The instructions were adequate and the finished flower was adorable. Will be making more!

    2. 5 stars
      I really enjoyed making these 😃 I think possibly the star for the repeat section is in the wrong position on the leaf instructions, but I managed to work it out from the video. Thanks for a lovely pattern.

    3. 5 stars
      Hello, you make great instructions and the flowers look really good, thank you. Kind regards from Molly