Teeny Tiny Daisy Free Crochet Pattern

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IMAGE 167 - TEENY TINY DAISY APPLIQUE free crochet pattern

Summer is in the air and I am in desperate need of some new crochet projects!

1easy crochet daisy headband

I love crocheting small appliques in the summertime, because they’re quick and easy and don’t take too much yarn.

Since I am absolutely in love with the white summer dress that I have, I decided to create a teeny tiny daisy free crochet pattern to accessorize it!

daisy tiny crochet flower free pattern

These tiny daisy appliques take about 10-15 minutes to make if you’re relatively new at crocheting, but can be done in less time if you have more experience.

tiny crochet flower free pattern

They use some of the same basic stitches that are in my other patterns, so the skills are easily transferable. I got done enough daisies for a headband in under an hour!

diasy small crochet flower free pattern

Speaking of headband, one of my favorite things about this pattern is that the daisies can be crocheted together to make beautiful headbands!

small flower free crochet pattern

By I did a easy crochet chain to connect them together and I crocheted about2 chain stitches between them so they would have a nice space and the result is the cutest and easy flower headband ever!

flower small easy crochet headband

I get so many compliments on mine and have seen similar things retail in the store for $15-20! Since each daisy uses so little yarn, I was able to make mine for only a couple of dollars. The best part is that it can be adjusted to fit anyone’s head – even a child’s!

tiny crochet flower headband

All you do is add or subtract daisies from the chain. In addition to the headband, this spring/summer applique crochet project can be used for zipper pulls, hair clips, and the teeny tiny daisies can even be sewn to the brim of a hat!

I prefer to use cotton yarn for this free crochet pattern, because it’s so much easier to work with and feels so much nicer in the finished project.

One skein of yarn will last you a very long time if you’re just using it for this project, but you can always use scrap yarn instead.

So, whether you’re a novice or expert, this teeny tiny daisy applique free crochet pattern is the perfect project for those hot summer days!

For this project you will need to know crochet basic stitches.
How to make a magic adjustable ring, half double crochet and double crochet. If you are absolute beginner, check this out. how to make magic ring.

Let’s start with a supplies.
– I used scraps yarn

3.50mm crochet hook (you can make them bigger or smaller by using bigger or smaller size crochet hooks

Round1.
Make magic ring or adjustable ring and 5sc in ring (5 sts)

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Round2.
(Sl  st in the first stitch and  4hdc all in this same stitch)  repeat it around  at the end you will get 5 petals. The end!

See, how easy peasy is that? I hope you guy enjoy it!

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Happy crocheting!

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Jane is the founder and author of jennyandteddy.com. she love all things cute, like to baked yummy goodness. Jennyandteddy.com is a place where she can shared her easy DIY project, craft, crochet and simple life.

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