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Daffodils of Spring

By: Rachel Borello for interweave.com
Daffodils of Spring
Daffodils of Spring

These lovely crocheted flowers have a bit more detail and pizazz than your average floral pattern - so why not wear them as pins? Daffodils of Spring are sure to put a spring in your step!

Intermediate

Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

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

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Daffodils are a sure sign of spring. Our downtown has them along the route at the entrance of the park and I always enjoy seeing them and really disappointed when they leave. If I take the time to make these, I can determine when to put them away until the next season.

Growing up in the front and the back yard we had an area that would spring forth with daffodils at the start of spring. I always loved to go out and sit among them and enjoy the beauty. I have never been any good at growing anything so I typically tend to go for the artificial variety. Here is an opportunity to have daffodils that are not plastic but still not dependent on me for survival.

You know u have 2 use your own skills

@crocheting4me,have just tried this pattern and you are right it doesn't make sense, I have changed a couple of rows and now have a petal shape, here is what I did, First 7 rows as pattern, Row 8 - Sc in 1st st, sc2tog, sc1, sc2tog, sc in last st. Row 9 - Sc2tog, sc1, sc2tog. Row 10 - Miss 1st st, sc2tog, fasten off. This gives me a perfect petal shape and now I would just sc around the edges as pattern says but only 10 sc's on each side. Hope that is of some use? Pam, x

anyone else having trouble with the pattern for the petals? i have tried several times and the pattern is not coming out shaped right and not like the pictures. i am a high intermediate crocheter so i do not think it is a skill issue.....anyone else? i would love to finish this.

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