Double Layer Crocheted Flower Tutorial No. 2 by Lauren | Apr 14, 2011 | Other Posts from Daisy Cottage Designs | 15 comments This pattern has been revamped and re photographed. If you’d like the pattern, it’s available here. It’s the same pattern with some upgrades! Happy crocheting. 15 Comments Megan on Jul 28 at 6:23 am Hi Lauren. <br />This flower looks absolutely georgeous :)<br />I will be making one of these to put on my daughter's headband that I am knitting. Ina on Jul 30 at 11:05 pm very beautiful and thank you for the pattern. will post it on my blog anchellecrocht.blogspot.com when I'm finished. Ina on Jul 30 at 11:05 pm sorry it's anchellecrochet.blogspot.com LifeAsDINKers (Ava-J) on Sep 05 at 12:38 pm Thank you so much for this tutorial! 🙂 gerpie on Nov 06 at 6:47 pm Here's my version, great pattern, thanks =)<br />Would post a pic but don't seem to be able to on this page. gerpie on Nov 06 at 6:56 pm Pic sent via email! Lizaruth on Jan 11 at 1:38 am Which headband is being shown with this flower? Is it the "summer bloom headband"? I want to buy it, but I want to make sure I get the right pattern… Lauren on Jan 12 at 4:55 am It is the summer bloom headband! 🙂 Lizaruth on Jan 24 at 8:45 pm Thank you! Lauren on Jan 12 at 4:55 am This comment has been removed by the author. rolls on Jul 11 at 2:22 am thanx so much for this pattern, i made it for a headband for a newborn baby girl. everyone loved. it was my first time for the both the flower and the headband 🙂 jackie kelly on Jul 18 at 12:48 pm Do you have a pattern for the headband or is this a sale item? Thanks! I love it! jackie kelly on Jul 18 at 12:49 pm sorry, I am blind, just saw the link to the headband pattern Tammy on Jan 03 at 2:00 am Used your pattern to add a flower to an ear warmer for a little girl. You can see it on my instagram @my_muttley_crew<br /><br />Is very cute and was so simple. Thanks for the pattern! Kimberley E. Ripic on Feb 10 at 10:37 pm Help! I love your picture, but I'm doing something wrong. I sc 10 in the second chain. But when I try to do row 2, I have too many stitches left and haven't come far enough around to have five evenly spaced petals.