Crochet daisy patterns offer a delightful and charming way to infuse a touch of nature into your crafting projects. These patterns typically involve creating intricate daisy motifs using various stitches and techniques, resulting in a vibrant and eye-catching design.
Crocheting daisies can be a rewarding experience for both beginners and experienced crocheters, as they often combine basic stitches like chain, single crochet, and double crochet to form intricate petals and centers. These patterns can be used to create a wide range of items, from blankets and scarves to accessories like headbands and coasters.
Whether adorning a project or standing alone as a focal point, crochet daisies bring a touch of the outdoors and a sense of whimsy to the world of crochet.
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1. Daisy Applique
This is a great pattern as you’re given 2 patterns in one – a larger version and a smaller one. Both can be easily used in applique format and are easy and quick to make too!
2. Cute Daisy
This cute daisy is great for beginners as the pattern is clearly written and provides images throughout to help you understand each step of the pattern.
The pattern can be easily customised to make different flowers and there is even a link by the designer to create a small leaf that you can attach to your finished daisy!
3. Two Daisy Flowers
This is another pattern that provides two designs in one. The difference this time is that one daisy has 12 petals and the other has 6.
4. Daisy Coasters
This is a great summer or spring crochet project – daisy coasters to decorate your home and make tables look cute!
The pattern is available as a free downloadable PDF and has great, clear instructions as well as clear and useful pictures to help show the stitches.
5. Double Layer Daisy
This adorable daisy is so easy to make and stands out from some of the others on this list due to its double layering of petals, its bobble centre and little green leaf.
6. Quick and Easy Daisy
This easy crochet daisy flowers are so quick to make you could make a bouquet of them in no time!
The pattern requires you to have knowledge of how to form a magic circle, but the designer very usefully links a tutorial on how to do this. The resulting flower is cute and can be made many times over in no time.
7. Daisy Flower
This daisy is a great pattern for beginners as it uses simple amigurumi stitches to form the flower, stem and leaf. The designer has even given tips on how to add more or less petals to your daisy flower!
The clear instructions and photos will help you make a daisy perfect for a crochet bouquet in no time.
8. Realistic Daisy
This pattern is similar to the last in that it has a stem, however this pattern requires some DIY through the use of wire and green florist tape to create the stem for the crochet daisy.
9. Daisy Granny Square
This granny square is easy to make and the pattern is very easy to follow along with. The resulting granny square has many uses whether for a blanket, hat or even as coasters.
You could easily customize the pattern to make other flowers or your favorite color combinations.
10. 3D Daisy
This pattern uses different textures and weights of yarn to create a 3D daisy. The centre is DK yarn so it pops out more. The petals are made with a a thinner yarn to create delicate daisy petals.
11. Dasiy Bag
This stunning daisy bag is made using granny squares joined together. The resulting bag looks amazing!
The pattern can easily be customized to make bigger and colors can be adapted to your favorites or to display a different type of flower.
12. Daisy Bucket Hat
This is yet another daisy granny square made into something useful, but this time its a bucket hat. The pattern is easy to follow and has useful pictures on how you make the squares and join them at the end.
The pattern colors can again be easily be customized to suit you!
13. Daisy Blanket
This daisy granny square blanket is great for any beginner as making a square is easy to learn and the pattern provides great instructions on how to do this as well as providing pictures on how to do so as well.
With it being made up of squares you can make this blanket as big or as small as you want/need!
14. Smiling Daisy Pillow
This pattern can be found as a downloadable PDF. The pattern makes use of chunky yarn making this crochet daisy pillow super quick to work up!
15. Beginner-Friendly Daisy Coasters
This daisy coaster is slightly different from the last one as it is more rounded in shape and doesn’t require you to sew or crochet each individual petal for the daisy flower.
16. Chunky Daisy Pillow
This chunky daisy pillow looks so cute and can be easily customized so you can choose your own colors or even make it as a different flower.
The chunky yarn allows you to quickly work it up too!
17. Daisy Keyring
Everyone loves a no-sew pattern and when it is as cute as this daisy keychain then there’s no time to lose in making it!
The smaller size and no-sew aspect of this pattern means you can quickly work this up in no time!