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These daisies are super fun to make and really easy for beginners! I make mine into super cute earrings like these, but they can also be used for other things such as patches…

Crochet daisy applique

What I used:

  • Yellow and white yarn

  • 4.50mm hook

Your daisies size depends on the yarn weight and hook size, the above is what I used to get the size in the pictures. Each comma in the pattern instructions represents a new stitch, the brackets indicate that the crochets are going in the same stitch.

An image of the tools needed for this project


Single Crochet (SC)

Slip Stitch (SLST)

Treble Crochet (TR)


Start by making a magic loop, or CH4, SLST into first stitch to make ring.

Make 10 sc in the loop.

Pull on the short tail to close the loop and SLST into the first single crochet to make the small circle. Don’t cut the tail as you will need to use it to secure the yellow part later.


(CH1, SC), then add 1 SC in each stitch until you reach the end.

You should have 15 stitches all together.

SLST into the first crochet, this part can look a little confusing if you’re a beginner, see the images below:

Cut the yarn, and leave a tail to tie with the one you left in the first round. The tails that are left can be crocheted around as you do the petals to make it extra secure.

Back of the middle part
Back of the middle part


Take your white yarn and tie it onto any of the stitches on the edge then CH4

the next stitch make TR4 and (CH4, SLST), (SLST, CH4) this makes the end to the first petal and starts the next one.

(TR4, CH4), SLST, (SLST, CH4)… repeat until you have 5 petals.

When you reach the last chain slip stitch into the base of the first petal and trim the white yarn. Tie the two white tails together – for extra hold I put a blob of textile glue on the knot and tie the tails together again, pressing to make sure the glue adheres before trimming the tails.

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