How to Crochet Daisy Flower

Do you want to take your crochet skills to the next level? Learning how to crochet a daisy flower is an easy and fun way to add beautiful texture and subtle color accents to any project. With just a few simple steps, you can create intricate shapes with delicate petals that will look like they came from a professional crocheter’s workroom.

How to Crochet Daisy Flower

At the end of this blog post, you will have mastered making a gorgeous daisy flower for decoration or as part of another project! In addition, learning how to make these daisies allows for endless creative possibilities – whether it be on hats, bags, sweaters or even blankets! So grab your hooks and yarn so we can get started on learning how to crochet daisy flowers today.

How Do You Crochet Easy Daisy?

Crocheting an easy daisy flower is a great way to add a bit of beauty and texture to any project! To crochet an easy daisy, you will need the following items: yarn, a crochet hook, scissors, and a measuring tape.

To begin, ch 6 loops onto your crochet hook. Then close the loops together with a slip stitch, creating a circle. Next, chain four and make a double crochet into the center of the circle. Follow this up with another chain four and then make three treble crochets into the center of the circle. 

Use a Measuring Tape

This will form the daisy’s petals. Continue repeating these steps until you have created eight petals for your daisy flower. To finish off, join all of your petals together by making one slip stitch at the end of each petal.

Congratulations! You have now successfully crocheted an easy daisy flower! This simple pattern is perfect for beginners and can easily be used to embellish hats, scarves, blankets, or any other project you have in mind.

10 Methods on How to Crochet Daisy Flower

1.  Choose the Right Yarn

The first step in learning how to crochet a daisy flower is to choose the right yarn. A worsted-weight yarn will work well for this project. You will also need a size G or H crochet hook. 

If you are planning to crochet a larger flower, choose a thicker yarn and hook.

While cotton yarn is recommended for this project, you can choose to use any type of yarn that will provide the desired look and feel. Although any color of yarn can be used, white or yellow yarn will create the most realistic-looking daisy flower.

Any Type of Yarn

2.  Make a Slip Knot

To start, you will need to make a slip knot on your crochet hook. To do this, take the tail end of your yarn and make a loop. Then, insert your hook into the loop and pull the yarn through. This will create a new loop on your hook, which is now considered the “active” loop.

If you need more help making a slip knot, there are plenty of videos available online to help guide you. Although this step may seem small and insignificant, a slip knot is necessary for any crochet project. However, don’t worry if it takes a few tries to get the slip knot right! In crochet, practice makes perfect.

3.  Chain Stitch

Next, you will need to do a chain stitch. To do this, simply wrap the yarn around your hook and then pull it through the active loop. This will create a new loop on your hook, which is now considered the “active” loop. Repeat this step until you have created a chain that is about 12 inches long. To finish, cut the yarn and pull it through your last loop.

If you have done this correctly, your chain should be tight and secure. Though it may take some practice to get the tension just right, with enough patience you will be able to create a perfect chain. Make sure to leave a tail of at least 6 inches after you’ve finished your chain. This will make it easier to attach the daisy flower later.

4.  Single Crochet Stitch

Once you have created your chain, it’s time to start working on the actual daisy flower. To do this, you will need to do a single crochet stitch into the second chain from your hook. To do this, insert your hook into the second chain from your hook and then wrap the yarn around your hook. Next, pull the yarn through the chain and then through the active loop on your hook. This will create one single crochet stitch.

Using a Single Crochet Stitch

5.  Double Crochet Stitch

For the next row of stitches, you will need to do a double crochet stitch into each stitch across. To do this, insert your hook into the next stitch and then wrap the yarn around your hook twice. Next, pull the yarn through the stitch and then through both loops on your hook. This will create one double crochet stitch. Repeat this step until you have reached the end of the row.

6.  Triple Crochet Stitch

For the next row of stitches, you will need to do a triple crochet stitch into each stitch across. To do this, insert your hook into the next stitch and then wrap the yarn around your hook three times. Next, pull the yarn through the stitch and then through both loops on your hook. 

Wrap the Yarn Around Your Hook

This will create one triple-crochet stitch. If you’re having trouble, refer to the video tutorial for a visual demonstration. To complete the Daisy Flower, continue to repeat steps 5 and 6 until your desired size is achieved. Congratulations! You have now made a beautiful crochet daisy flower.

7.  Slip Stitch

To finish off the daisy flower, you will need to do a slip stitch into each of the stitches across. To do this, insert your hook into the next stitch and then wrap the yarn around your hook once. Next, pull the yarn through both loops on your hook. This will create a slip stitch. Repeat this step until you have reached the end of the row.

Once you have finished the slip stitch, cut off your yarn and weave in any loose ends. Additionally, you can add a chain stitch into the center of the daisy flower to secure it further. To do this, simply insert your hook into the center of the daisy and pull a loop of yarn through it. Then just make a regular chain stitch and cut off the yarn when you are done.

Cut of Your Yarn

8.  Finish Off

Once you have finished your daisy flower, it’s time to finish off your work. To do this, chain two and then make one single crochet into the same stitch as the last slip stitch. This will secure your work and give it a neat finish.

Fasten off by cutting the yarn and pulling it through the last loop on your hook. Your daisy flower is now ready to be used for decoration or given as a gift. Enjoy your creation! To learn more about crocheting, consider taking classes or watching tutorials online. With practice and patience, you’ll become a crochet expert in no time!

9.  Connect the Petals

Now it’s time to connect all of the petals together. To do this, simply make one slip stitch into each of the stitches across the bottom of the daisy flower. This will create an invisible seam that connects all of the petals together. To finish off, cut your yarn and pull the end through the last loop that you made to secure it.

Although this may seem intimidating, once you’ve done it a few times, it will become much easier. You can now move on to the next steps and create a beautiful daisy flower masterpiece. To make your flower even more special, consider adding a stem and leaves or using different colored yarns to make it unique. Have fun, and happy crocheting!

Fasten Off by Cutting the Yarn

10.  Weave in Your Ends

The last step is to weave in your ends. To do that, thread a yarn needle with the end of your yarn and sew it into the back of the flower. Make sure to secure the yarn in multiple places so that it doesn’t come undone or unravel over time.

Once you’re done weaving in your ends, trim any excess yarn and snip off your yarn needle. Congratulations! You’ve just completed a crochet daisy flower. You can use it to decorate clothing, accessories, or anything else you can think of! Have fun and get creative!

Conclusion

Crafting can be a great stress-relief activity for busy days, and daisy flowers are a great way to start. Try out the steps from today’s blog post, and remember that practice makes perfect – after all, anything worth having is worth working hard for!

If you still need help with your daisy flower, don’t hesitate to reach out; all crafters have needed help at some point in their lives. Here’s hoping everyone out there takes on the challenge of learning how to crochet Daisy Flower and finds success with all of their crafty endeavors!

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Jennifer Branett

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