I just love Daisies. I thought why not crochet some Daisy Flowers to create a crochet barrette. It was perfect timing too because my daughter was having a end of the year party at her daycare. In the tutorial I’ll show you how to make a Crocheted Daisy flower large and flat enough to be used on a beanie or used as a barrette. This is a two layered flower.

 

You can find more flowers under the category FLOWERS

 

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Crochet Daisy Barrette Pattern and Tutorials

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Crochet Daisy Barrette - Free Crochet Pattern

 

For this project you will need:

HOOK: 3.5 mm hook or size E hook for the US

YARN: I used worsted weight yarn, 4 ply US, 10 ply AU

Each Skein was – 100 grams / 3.5. oz or 240 meters / 262 yards

 

ABBREVIATIONS

ch = Chain

sl st = Slip Stitch

SC = Single Crochet

 


 

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THE TUTORIALS:
RIGHT HANDED VERSION

LEFT HANDED VERSION

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To Start:
Ch 4 sl st into beginning st to form a ring

 

 

 

Round 1
ch 1 and sc 12 into ring (12 sts) ch 1 and cut your yarn. Change to petal color.

 

 

 

Round 2 (change colors for petals if you want)
*ch 6 and Then put two quadruple crochets leaving the last part of the quadruple crochet un worked in the same stitch.

 

Then put two quadruple crochets leaving the last part of the quadruple crochet unworked in the next stitch.

 

Ch 6 and sl st into same stitch. * Sl st into following st and repeat petal.

 

When you have your 6 petals completed sl st into beginning st, cut your yarn leaving a tail long enough to be worked in with a tapestry needle.

 

 

 

 

MAKING YOUR SECOND MIDDLE PIECE

 

Round 1
ch 1 and DC 12 into ring sl st into beginning st and ch 1 cut your yarn. (12 sts) change colors

 

 

 

Round 2 (change colors for petals if you want)
*ch 6 and Then put two quadruple crochets leaving the last part of the quadruple crochet unworked in the same stitch.

 

Then put two quadruple crochets leaving the last part of the quadruple crochet unworked in the next stitch.

 

Ch 6 and sl st into same stitch. * Sl st into following st and repeat petal.

 

When you have your 6 petals completed sl st into beginning st, cut your yarn leaving a tail long enough to sew your flower pieces together and to sew it onto your project.

 

When sewing your two pieces together, lay the flower on top of the other, but off center it so the petals don’t align with the ones from below.

 

And when sewing it on to a project I recommend sewing the back petals down leaving the top ones alone.

 

Also another thing you could do with you flower is sew yourself a place to slip a barrette through.

 

 

 

Crocheted Daisy Flower on lilly 2 - 1

 

 

 

 

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Crochet Daisy Barrette - Free Crochet Pattern