After making some little bow ties over the weekend, I was in the mood to crochet flowers today. This little daisy crochet pattern is very simple – they might take three minutes to whip up. This little flower is a great beginner crochet pattern, too!
These flowers are great for embellishing hats, blankets, and bags. You may recognize them – I’ve used them to embellish the owl and monkey hats I make for a couple of years now (those patterns are available on my free patterns page). This month, though, I’m planning to make 100 bows and/or flowers to donate to Bow Dazzling. Bow Dazzling is an organization that donates hair bows to girls who are fighting cancer or other serious diseases. Check out their Facebook page if you’re interested in making a donation. I’m unbelievably excited to help spread a little cheer to girls who are going through such a rough time.
If you’d like to make some for yourself or to crochet them for charity, here’s how!
-H crochet hook
-Small amounts of worsted weight yarn
-Buttons, needle, and thread for embellishing
-Tapestry Needle/Scissors for finishing
Ch 2. Round 1: 5 sc into the first ch. Sl st into the first sc. Round 2: *ch 4, 3 tc, ch 4, sl st* in the first stitch. *sl st, ch 4, 3 tc, ch 4, sl st* in each of the remaining stitches (5 petals formed). Fasten off and weave ends.
Leave a long tail to sew the flower onto a project, or weave in the ends and make a flower hair clip by gluing it to an alligator clip.
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