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Darling Daffodil Crochet Pattern

By: Amber M. from
Darling Daffodil Crochet Pattern
Darling Daffodil Crochet Pattern
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Sometimes keeping flowers alive can be difficult when you are on the go. This is why learning how to crochet flowers can be such a stunning and simple solution. Once you finish hooking a crochet flower pattern, the bloom will never wilt or die. Just an hour or so of crochet time gives you endless floral love. The Darling Daffodil Crochet Patterns makes a love spring crochet project and is actually pretty easy to crochet.

In the Designer's Words: "A simple flower can also be a great decoration and a handy candy holder! Who would have thought? With this daffodil inspired flower, you can create a gorgeous table design that would be super cute all Spring line. Need something else for Easter decorating? Look no further!"


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeHeight: 2.75" Width: 8" (petal to petal)

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This is really cute, but you might want to double the size of it if you want to make a candy holder. From the picture it looks like only four Starburst candies could fit in the center... with a flat yellow portion, it could be a cool coaster, though!


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