A Crocheted Daffodil Tutorial

Ok, so I’ve been going beserkΒ with the crocheted flowers lately. My excuses are as follows:

  • I like them.
  • I like winter but I’m bored with it now. I’m looking forwards to flowers, sunshine and being able to leave the house with the boys in under 20 minutes. So until the great outdoors can provide me with them, I’m making my own.
  • They’re great for using up odds and ends of yarn.
  • They are very quick to make so I’m not adding to my pile of unfinished projects, although my pile of crocheted flowers is pretty impressive on it’s own!

Here is one last little crocheted flower tutorial. This one is for a crocheted daffodil. collage crocheted daff

If you would like to download the pattern as a text only pdf you can do so here:Crocheted Daffodil Pattern

Happy St David’s Day!

A Crocheted Daffodil Tutorial

1. 4 ch, join with ss.crocheted daffodilcrocheted daffodil

2. 6 dc into ring. Join with ss. 6 stitches.crocheted daffodil

3. 1 ch, then *2 tr into next stitch* 6 times. 12 stitches.crocheted daffodil

4. 3 ch, sk st, dc into next st, *2 ch, sk st, dc into next stitch* 5 times. 6 ch sp.crocheted daffodilcrocheted daffodil

5. 1 ch, then *1 dc, 1 tr, 2 ch, ss into 2nd ch from hook, 1 tr, 1 dc* into each ch sp. Join with ss. Fasten off.crocheted daffodilcrocheted daffodil

6. Rejoin yarn. 1 dc into each tr in the middle of the flower.crocheted daffodilcrocheted daffodilcrocheted daffodil

7. 1 ch, then 1 tr into each dc.crocheted daffodil

8. 1 ch, then 1 ss into each tr.crocheted daffodil

Fasten off and weave in ends.crocheted daffodilcrocheted daffodilcrocheted daffodil

About AnnaWilson

I'm Anna and I live in Norfolk with my four beautiful boys, my husband and a three legged cat. I don't have an actual craft room due to the fact that we are six messy people living in a not very big house. I do however have a pile of unfinished projects. Thankfully there is plenty of room in cyberspace, so make a cup of tea, pull up a chair and make yourself at home! And please leave me comments! And maybe like me on Facebook :)

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