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Crochet daffodil flower pattern

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Daffodils, also known as Narcissus, are heralds of spring with their vibrant hues and delicate blooms. Symbolizing renewal and new beginnings, these flowers inspire creativity and joy. Crocheting daffodils brings the beauty of nature into your home, capturing the essence of springtime year-round.

 

Crochet daffodil flower
Crochet daffodil flower to be used in a crochet bouqet

Crochet flowers offer endless possibilities for creative expression. Transform them into charming bookmarks, stunning jewelry pieces, infusing your style with handmade elegance or assemble a vibrant bouquet, perfect for adorning tables, gifting, or even wearing as a unique accessory. With crochet flowers, the only limit is your imagination!

 

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The stitches used in this pattern for the crochet daffodil flower are:

  • magic ring
  • sl st - slip stitch
  • ch - chain stitch
  • sc - single crochet stitch
  • inc – increase: 2 sc in 1
  • dc - double crochet stitch
  • tr - triple or treble crochet stitch
  • dtr - double Treble Crochet: yarn over three times, insert the hook into the stitch, and pull up a loop.
  • picot – ch 3 and a sl st in the base

 

Materials needed to crochet daffodil flowers:

  • yarn - I am using orange and yellow cotton yarn for the crochet daffodil flower and some green yarn
  • crochet hook – appropriate size for your yarn – 3mm
  • needle
  • wire – for stem if making a flower to use in a bouquet
  •  hot glue gun – to glue the back and the wire

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Crochet daffodil flower
Crochet daffodil flower to be used in a crochet bouqet

 

Pattern for crochet daffodil flower:

Note: Start with orange and the center piece.

Note: Some stitches are done in the front and some in the back loops only.

Note: Take a good look when starting the petals so that the crochet direction is correct. If you put the orange base on your thumb you put your crochet in to start from the bottom (note picture below).

 

  • magic ring
  • R1: 6sc – 6st
  • R2: 6inc – 12st
  • R3a: back loops only {3sc, inc} x3 – 15st
  • R4-6: 15sc – 15st

 

Pattern for the crochet daffodil petals

Note: Each petal is done individually.

Note: Work your starting tail in so you will only have to sew in the end tails.

Note: 3 petals are done in front loop only, both loops, both loops, front loop only

Note: 3 petals are done in back loop only, both loops, both loops, back loop only

Note: To make the petals pretty and give them shape I used sugar dissolved in water to make it a bit stiff when it drys.

  • R3b: working in the “front loops” but watch for the direction {sc, inc} x6 – 18st, you can join invisible or continue with the first petal.
  • Petal 1: (ch3, tr) – front loop only, 2dtr picot, 2dtr, (tr, ch3, sl st) – front loop only, cut yarn skip 2 st
  • Petal 2: (ch3, tr) – front loop only, 2dtr picot, 2dtr, (tr, ch3, sl st) – front loop only, cut yarn skip 2 st
  • Petal 3:(ch3, tr) – front loop only, 2dtr picot, 2dtr, (tr, ch3, sl st) – front loop only, cut yarn
  • Find the empty back loop only before the two empty stitches and work:
  • Petal 4:(ch3, tr) – back loop only, 2dtr picot, 2dtr, (tr, ch3, sl st) – back loop only, cut yarn
  • Find the next space and work:
  • Petal 5:(ch3, tr) – back loop only, 2dtr picot, 2dtr, (tr, ch3, sl st) – back loop only, cut yarn
  • Find the next space and work:
  • Petal 6:(ch3, tr) – back loop only, 2dtr picot, 2dtr, (tr, ch3, sl st) – back loop only, cut yarn

Crochet diagram pattern for making daffodil petals

Crochet daffodil flower petal pattern
Crochet daffodil flower pattern - petals

 

Pattern for the sepal of the crochet daffodil flower – green yarn

  • magic ring
  • R1: 6sc – 6st
  • R2: 6inc – 12st
  • R3: (ch1, sc) x12
  • Cut a loooooong tail – so you will have enough to wrap around the wire.

To attach the sepal to he bloom I made a loop at one end of the wire – where the bloom is and put it through the magic ring. To make it secure I put a drop of hot glue and pushed it together.

I used a sewing needle and thread to sew the sepal to the bloom.

To wrap the yarn around the wire you just have to scroll it and secure at the end again with a drop of the hot glue.


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I also made a YouTube video tutorial on how to make the crochet daffodil flower from start to finish, what you will need and how to put all the things together.

 

A free step-by-step real-time YouTube video tutorial on how to Crochet Daffodil Flower video tutorial with FREE pattern - Crochet spring FLOWERS for decoration

 

Happy crafting

Alex xx



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