Daffodil Pattern


"On the 1st of March it is St Davids day the Patron Saint of Wales! I feel he always gets a little over shadowed by good old St Patrick whose day is two weeks later. So to celebrate my Welsh heritage I decided to create a little Daffodil pattern, the national flower of Wales, for you all to enjoy! Use it in bunting, as an appliqué, in the middle of a granny square or how ever you like."


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • yellow DK cotton
  • orange DK cotton
  • Green DK cotton

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One of my other hobbies is creating cake decorations, so Im usually pretty critical of how unrealistic crocheted flowers tend to be. These, however, are just wonderful! The designer has definitely captured the shape of a basic daffodil. Change up the colors to create narcissus, too. The only thing I would change is to elongate the leaves a bit for a truer form.

Yes, let's celebrate all nationalities. St. Joseph is for the Italians and the Polish. Many Catholic parishes have a ST. Joseph table, like a pot luck with many braided breads, on March 19. And the Polish wear red and white.

Lovely pattern to recognize St David's Day. Thanks for sharing it!


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