Another Flower Pattern (6 petals)

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Here’s another flower I created this weekend. I love the larger center, lack of gaps, and ease of this double-layer daisy.
For those of you who are scared of new stitches, there’s no back post single crochet!
Grab the following items and give it a try:
Small amounts of worsted weight yarn, 2 colors (I used Sugar ‘n’ Cream Robin’s Egg Blue and Tangerine)
F crochet hook (unless you crochet loosely, then I’d suggest using a G hook)
Yarn needles
Something to embellish
Notes: BLO means work in the back loop of the stitch only. FLO means to work in the front loop.
Ch 2.
Round 1: 6 SC in the first chain. Don’t slip stitch to join.
Round 2: 2 SC in each stitch around (12 in all). Sl st in BLO of the next stitch.
Round 3: We’re creating the back row of petals first. *Ch 3, skip 1, sc in BLO of next stitch.* Five times. Ch 3, sl st in first ch 3 space to join.  You should now have 6 ch 3 spaces.
Round 4: Ch 2, 5 dc, ch 2, sl st. Work *Sl st , ch 2, 5 dc, ch 2, sl st* in each of the remaining ch 3 spaces. You should have 6 petals. Cut yarn.
not much to look at yet
Round 5: Join your second color yarn in any of the front loops that you left unworked. *ch 2, skip 1, sc in FLO of next stitch* five times. Ch 2, sl st in the first ch 2 space to join.

Round 6: Ch 2, 4 dc, ch 2, sl st. Work *Sl st , ch 2, 4 dc, ch 2, sl st* in each of the remaining ch 3 spaces. You should now have 6 petals in front of your original row of petals.
I attached my finished flower to a simple, double-stranded headband using a small felt circle and hot glue.  
My finished product looks like this.  I love how the ribbon closure makes these headbands adjustable.  This headband will fit my 1 year old or a 6 year old.  This headband will be available in the Daisy Cottage Designs shop when we reopen!
Please put a link back to this pattern if you share or sell an item using this. 

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  1. Adorable!!!

  2. This is so cute! Love the colors and the looks of the flower.

  3. Cute flower and sounds easy to do. Will use red and purple to embellish my Red Hat chapeaus. Thanks for the clear pattern and photos.

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  5. very good explanations , I will try it myself tonight when I go home… Thanks very much for sharing…

  6. Thanks for sharing. I will pass this pattern on because it is sooo versatile.

  7. How do you "join" the second color?

  8. Kelliejo, I join with a slip stitch in one of the front loops that has been left unworked.

  9. I am new to this. What size yarn do you use?<br />Thanks

  10. hi – how do you attach the ribbon to the ends to tie closure. How long do you make the braided band? Thanks!!

  11. Alexis: I use a 100% cotton worsted weight yarn. <br /><br />Brenda: I use hot glue to attach a ribbon to the ends, then I wrap a small piece of ribbon around to make it look more finished. <br /><br />I don&#39;t know an exact measurement, but I would make it about an inch smaller than the smallest head you want it to fit, if that makes sense. Make the ribbon pretty long on each side so it&#

  12. Thank you so much for sharing your pattern. Love how it looks and love how easy and fast it was to make!

  13. Hi! When you say &quot;Don&#39;t Slip stitch to join&quot; then do we just do a regular SC? Also, unless it says specifically to go under the BLO or FLO, I assume that means we are to go under both? Thanks! Love this pattern!

  14. OMG! THANK YOU! <br />I have done TONS of different flower patterns and all of them end up being very complex and i end up hating the flower once i am &quot;finished&quot;. <br />This pattern was SO easy and it made an extremely cute flower! I just wanted to thank you so much for your time and effort put into this flower/pictures/explanation. <br />If i ever post a picture of my completed flower

    • Thanks, Brittany! I&#39;m glad you were able to use it and found it easy to follow! :)

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  16. Love, love, love! I&#39;m going to use these to bless some very sweet girls at my church! &lt;3

  17. Hi again Lauren, I tried to send you an email a while back about this but can you (or anyone else here) give a tip or steps on how to best join the other color? I&#39;ve tried it a few different ways but doesn&#39;t seem to be joining correctly. How do you do it?

  18. This is a lovely and easy pattern! Thanks so much for posting it.

  19. Just love your patterns. Definitely will keep an eye on your work. New follower.

  20. Thank you for this pattern!! I grab my yarn and needle and the first time I got it pretty close. Like Greg and Mimi from above post, I didn&#39;t know how to attach second color. I didn&#39;t do anything until the end. I just let the end hang loose until the end, but this wasn&#39;t a good idea. Next time maybe I should just tie it on somewhere.

  21. terrific very easy and effective changes look completely if you use different colours thank you so much i LOVE it only started doing crochet this Summer and still learning so finding something so easy is great<br />

  22. Just pinned:) For my grandbabies!<br />

  23. I just made one of these using grey and teal yarns. Love it!! So cute and so fast to make, this is definitely one of the best flower patterns I&#39;ve seen so far. Thank you!!

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  25. love this tutorial and flower, Ive been looking for a flower for baby beanies thanks

  26. susie vee says:

    Just made this flower for a hat and will be using it a lot more! Thanks for sharing your ideas and crochet talent:) Enjoy your ideas!