Crochet Pattern: Daffodil Applique

By Emilee Gettle – 5 Comments
Finally, spring is here! While it might not seem like it yet where you are living it is nice to know that winter will soon be a memory in our rear view mirror as we journey into warmer days, birds singing, frogs croaking and flowers blooming. Easter is right around the corner too, so be sure and use these upcoming days to create a few fun crafts to celebrate the holiday. This versatile daffodil pattern can be used for napkin rings, as a pin or accent to a headband. I’d love to hear how you use this pattern. Leave me a comment below!

Skill Level:

Finished Size: 2 1/2″ (6 cm) long and 2 1/2″ (6 cm) wide

Materials:
Yellow Medium Weight Yarn (approximately 10 yards)
Gold Medium Weight Yarn (approximately 3 yards)
Crochet Hook H (5.00 mm)
Yarn Needle

crochet yarn size 4

Gauge:
3 sc = 1” (3 cm)
1 row = 1/2″ (1 cm)

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Crochet Pattern: Daffodil Applique

Daffodil Petals
Round 1: ch 8, sl st in first ch to form a ring, ch 2, (sc, dc, tr, dc, sc) 6 times into ring: 30 sts
Finish off.

Daffodil Center
Row 1: ch 10, sc in second ch from hook and in each ch across: 9 sc
Row 2-3: sc in each sc across
Fold piece in half and sl st right and left hand side of the piece together to form a ring. Finish off.

Finishing
Using a yarn needle sew the daffodil center onto the petals.

Need help with this project? Jot your question below and I’ll get back with you!

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5 Comments

  1. Chandra says:

    This is a very awesome flower, I hope you won’t mind me displaying it at my local fair next month.

  2. Jade says:

    I made a very similar daffodil for St. David’s day this March 1st! Love your pattern, so simple but so beautiful.

  3. Lyn says:

    ADORABLE! :)

  4. Joyce says:

    Very sweet! It makes a great lapel pin

  5. Diana says:

    I wanted to make a daffodil for my sister, even though I don’t know what I’m doing, really. I am a rank beginner, but wanted to try this anyway. I’m very pleased how it turned out. I’m not very good at reading patterns, so my flower center came out like a little ball. I made some modifications, adding a fluted edge and then running a circle of yarn around the cylinder part to force the fluted edge outward. Cheating, I know, but it turned out rather pretty and looking similar to your example.

    I added some scraps of yellow yarn with knots at the ends as stamens and secured them from underneath.

    I hope it’s okay to post a link to it. I have a side and top-down view.

    http://dianadiehlpresents.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/daffodil_side-e1393633375742.jpg

    http://dianadiehlpresents.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/daffodil1-e1393633632325.jpg

    Thank you for posting this pattern. It was the easiest to follow of those I looked at.

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