Double Layer Daisy Crochet Pattern

simple flower crochet pattern

Here's another crochet flower pattern.  This one is a little bit more involved and turns out much bigger (2.5 to 3 inches in diameter) than my tiny little flower.  It's cute to attach on a hat or glue to an alligator clip to be worn in the hair or on a headband.  It also makes a great embellishment for totes, purses, and blankets.  

So here it is.  I suggest watching this about back post crochet stitches prior to starting if you've never done a back post single crochet.  

Materials:
-Small amounts of worsted weight yarn
-H crochet hook
-Yarn needle for finishing off

Pattern Notes:
BPSC- Back Post Single Crochet 

Let me just make a suggestion!  Before you get scared reading the directions, get out a hook and some yarn and just give it a try.  It really is easier than it reads.  


Directions:
Chain 2.
Round 1: Work 10 SC into the first chain.  SlSt in the top of the first SC.  (Change color after this round if you'd like a different color center).  Gently pull tail to tighten.
Round 2: *ch 2, skip 1 SC, SC in next stitch*  Complete four times.  ch 2, skip 1 SC, SlSt in the first chain 2 space to join.  (total of 5 chain 2 spaces)
Round 3:  Ch 2, 4 DC, SlSt in the same ch 2 space. *SlSt, ch2, 4 DC, ch1, SlSt* in each remaining chain 2 space.  You will have 5 petals when you finish this round.  
Round 4:  Ch 1, *BPSC around the post of the SC on round 2.  CH 3.* Complete 5 times.  Sl stitch in the first BPSC to make the last ch 3 space.  
Round 5:  *SlSt, Ch 2, 5 DC, ch 1, SlSt* in each ch 3 space.  You should now have a second row of petals behind the first. 

15 comments :

Sarah @ Sarahndipities said...

What a sweet little flower!! Great pattern!

Lauren said...

Thanks, Sarah! If you make anything, I'd love to see it! Post a link if you can!

Elizabeth(Lisa) said...

Thanks Lauren ;) I had been looking for a really cute double flower pattern. Here is the link to the item I used this pattern on! Have a great day! (I linked your info to it on facebook and tweeted it too)

http://www.etsy.com/listing/69640345/raspberry-sherbet-childs-crocheted

Have a great day!,
Lisa

Lauren said...

Thanks for the link! It looks great! Also appreciate the links on FB and twitter! Looks great!

Ana Silva said...
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Ana Silva said...

Thank you so much for this tutorial! Here's a link to the flower being used I made it red/white/blue for Independence day =0)
http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.242639359081305.75904.100000057270767

3J4 Kreations Bowtique said...

Hey there, just wanted to let you know that I used this flower pattern for my crochet wallets and wanted to show you how it turned out. thanks a bunch!! http://3j4kreationsbowtique.com/item_3/Brown-Wallet.htm

Angie - treasuresfortots@gmail.com said...

Thank you for the pattern! I made on, slightly altered, and shared on my blog. I've linked back to this tutorial and your other fabulous ones too!

http://treasuresfortots.blogspot.com/2011/10/double-crochet-flower.html

DaisyFroggey said...

I love your crochet flower! I tried others but none compare to yours! Thanks for sharing this with us.

Courtney said...

Love this flower! I have used it several times now. I added a third row of petals to the back this last time by using the same bpsc + ch method from the second row. I increased the number of ch sts between each bpsc to 4 and the number of dc for each petal to 7 and its perfect.
Thanks for the awesome pattern!

Nicole said...

Thanks for sharing this great pattern! I used it on a hat for my daughter: http://awesomeglad.com/?p=362

Liina said...

This is my favourite flwer pattern! Thank you so much:) Greetings from Estonia:)

Erica Bevitt said...

Love this pattern! Thank you so much! I used it on a headband for my daughter and it looks great!

lovetosavewithcoupons said...

First flower pattern I have been able to understand and make.

Vera said...

So cute and easy.

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