Crochet daisy patterns. Crochet patterns: diagrams and description
Crochet daisy patterns. Crochet patterns: diagrams and description

Knitted flowers are used to create napkins, jewelry, artificial plants, topiaries, etc. At the same time, simple flowers with a simple description are popular. Masters currently offer a wide variety of crochet daisy patterns.

Flat flowers

From these daisies you get a napkin, tablecloth, top, blouse, bag. They will perfectly decorate pillows, bedspreads, any clothes. Their size depends on the circumference of the core and the length of the petals. To get a delicate look, use fine yarn. If you need to increase the size of the chamomile without changing the pattern, just take thicker threads. Made from thick yarn, the flowers hold their shape but look fabulous.

So, how to crochet a camomile:

  • take yellow thread;
  • make a chain of five loops;
  • knit twelve double crochets (CCH);
  • next, alternate "loop" columns (the same number) with two loops;
  • attach white thread;
  • over the loops of the previous row, tie an arch of 18-20 loops;
  • fill the arch with columns (connecting, single crochet, CCH and the penultimate knit single crochet, finish workconnector);
  • do the same with the rest of the arches.

Now sew the floral elements together or tie them with connecting loops.

crochet daisy patterns

Crochet patterns for brooches

Use thin threads (cotton Semenov yarn, "Iris"). Knitting begins with petals.

  • Cast on twelve stitches and one more lifting stitch.
  • Knit twelve single crochet (SC) on them.
  • Tie the resulting petal with connecting posts on all sides.
  • Cast on 13 stitches again and knit a petal.
  • Create sixteen stitches.
  • Further, crocheting each petal at the base, knit with connecting posts and close in a circle.
  • Knit the next rows in the same way, shortening the stitches and filling in the circle.
  • Now knit the core of RLS from yellow yarn (connect two circles by filling with padding polyester).
  • Sew a circle onto the petals.
  • Also sew the same circle with petals for the bud.

Now move on to crochet the leaves. Diagrams and sheet description:

  • Knit twenty-two loops of RLS.
  • Tie the sheet with “waves”: a connecting column, two RLS and one with a crochet.
  • Next, repeat the waves throughout the petal.
  • Knit three petals for a bud and a flower.
  • crochet daisies

Collecting the brooch

We continue to crochet. Daisies in a bud are collected from two circles with petals(also twelve). For a bud, the yellow middle is not filled with padding polyester, it remains flat. A wire is attached to the middle from the side of the sepal.

From green yarn with single crochets, knit a circle in size with a camomile core. Pull the sepal through the wire, sew it with the flower so that the petals fold into a bud. You tie the stem with columns, fastening it with a leaf.

For an open flower, also knit a round sepal. Sew two sheets with a bud on the wrong side, and attach the petals on the face. Glue the pin to the sepal. Adjust the bud and the brooch is ready.

Please note that the petals and leaves keep their shape, they can be starched, fixed with PVA (grease with plenty of glue from the inside and leave to dry in a certain position), sew in a thin wire, knit from thick yarn. Choose your way.

how to crochet a chamomile

Crochet Daisies: patterns and description

Decorative flowers are a little different. Cast on ten stitches for the flower. Next, knit sixteen sc. In the third row, alternate sixteen "cap" columns with two loops. It is on the loops that the petals will be knitted separately according to the scheme:

  • three SSN;
  • along the edges of the slingshot (two columns with one base), in the middle of the CCH;
  • slingshot (P), three bars, P;
  • seven columns without slingshots;
  • knit two rows unchanged;
  • along the edges of the sheaf (two columns with one top), in the middle three CCHs;
  • sheaf, column, sheaf.

Socrochet the whole chamomile, sepal master class:

  • close eight loops in a circle;
  • dialing sixteen CCH;
  • knit sixteen P;
  • alternating P with three CCHs;
  • now take turns knitting a slingshot and four columns;
  • form twelve sheaves of five columns.

It will take seven sheets: three small and medium, one large. For a large sheet, cast on six loops (including three lifting loops). You knit two columns with a crochet. Flipping the work.

crochet patterns and description

Knitting leaves

We continue to consider how to crochet a daisy.

  • Make a slingshot, a "loose" column, R.
  • Flip knitting.
  • Dial R, three SSNs, R.
  • In the fourth row, alternate the slingshot with the column.
  • Further again, slingshots go along the edges, and in the middle there are nine CCHs.
  • In the sixth row, knit two slingshots along the edges and nine columns between them.
  • From the seventh row, form a branch of the sheet. You knit three R, a single crochet, eleven CCH, two R.
  • Turn the work over and make the second branch (three R, RLS).
  • Next, knit two "cap" columns, P, seven columns, R.
  • In the ninth row you make two P, eight CCH, two slingshots, a column.
  • Turn the work over, knit two Rs at the edges and thirteen CCHs between them.
  • Do the next row in the same way, only in the middle of seventeen CCH.
  • The twelfth row beginswith two slingshots, twenty-two CCH and ends with R.
  • In the next row, along the edges are P and twenty-six CCH.

Sheet pattern from 14th to 21st row

Continue crochet chamomile.

camomile crochet master class
  • From the fourteenth row, knit each branch separately. Start from the left side. Do R, ten dc, sheaf.
  • There are sheaves along the edges, nine CCHs in the middle.
  • In the sixteenth row, make a sheaf, single crochet, sheaf, six dc.
  • Next comes a sheaf of four columns, CCH, R, again a column with a slingshot.
  • Finish the branch with a sheaf of five columns.

Return to the fourteenth row. You make sheaves along the edges, in the middle there are five CCHs. You knit the next row in almost the same way, only you replace the sheaves with slingshots. In the sixteenth row, knit a sheaf, six columns and a slingshot.

In the seventeenth row, there are slingshots along the edges and seven columns between them. Knit the next two rows in the same way, increasing the number of columns by two (9, 11). The twentieth row begins with a sheaf of five columns. Do ten columns and a slingshot.

The next row starts with a five-column sheaf, slingshot and ends with five columns.

crochet daisies

The end of knitting a large sheet

In the twenty-second row you make a simple sheaf, a column and a three-column sheaf. End the branch with a sheaf of three columns.

Return to the fourteenth row to make the right edge of the sheet (look at the fourthcrochet pattern photo of daisies). You make a sheaf, five CCHs, a slingshot. Knit the fifteenth row without changes. Next, you collect a sheaf, two RLS, a connecting loop, again two RLS and a sheaf. Finish with a sheaf, a single crochet and a connecting loop.

The middle sheet consists of twenty rows. From the first to the seventeenth row, knit like a large leaf. In the eighteenth row, knit the left edge according to the large sheet pattern, and start the middle branch with a sheaf of four columns, end with ten CCHs. Next, you collect the same sheaf, a slingshot, two CCHs, a slingshot. Finish the middle sheet with a sheaf of four columns. A small sheet consists of sixteen rows (read the crochet patterns of daisies in the fourth photo). Work begins with three loops.

Small sheet: diagram

  1. Three SSNs.
  2. Same row.
  3. Along the edges of the slingshot, in the middle 1 CCH.
  4. There are three SSNs between the slingshots.
  5. Increase the number of columns by two (only 5 CCH).
  6. There are already seven bars in this row.
  7. There are nine CCHs between the slingshots.
  8. Slingshot, ten CCHs, two slingshots.
  9. Two slingshots, sc, sheaf, nine dc, two slingshots.
  10. Two slingshots, sc, sheaf, eight dc, two slingshots.
  11. There are two slingshots along the edges, ten CCHs between them.
  12. Two slingshots, ten SSNs, slingshot.
  13. At the edges of the sheaf, between them there are seven CCHs.
  14. Two sheaves from each edge, two CCHs in the middle.
  15. At the edges along the sheaf, in the middle there are two CCHs.
  16. Sheaf of four CCHs.
  17. shawl crochet chamomile

Further all the detailsstarch, glue to the stem, get a bouquet of daisies. These flowers will decorate any product. You can make a potted plant, or you can crochet a shawl. Daisies are tied with a net and decorated with a fringe.

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