Daffodils of Spring Crochet Flowers

Apr 19, 2008
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Rachel Borello


I was inspired to make this by the spring flowers coming up in my yard. Daffodils have a really neat shape that translates well into crochet. You could sew a pin onto the back of one to make a brooch, sew one onto a tote to make a nice spring bag, or twist a green pipecleaner through the back to make a stem and stick a bunch into a vase.

Materials List

Size F US/4.0mm crochet hook
Yarn needle

Caron Simply Soft acrylic yarn in white (petals) and yellow (cup)

Finished Size

Flower is about 5" wide


Gauge is not important in this project, just be sure that the fabric is tight enough so you do not have large holes in your petals.


I crocheted these in yellow and white, but daffodils come in a wide variety of colors, so use your imagination!

The Pattern

center (make 1):
Ch 12, join to beginning to make a circle.
Sc in each of 12 chs. Do not join rounds, and work in a spiral instead, single crocheting in each stitch around until center piece is a tube about an inch long.
daf 6
(sc, hdc, dc) in each stitch around for one round to make the ruffled edge. Tie off yarn and weave in ends.

daf 5

petals (make 6):
Ch 4
Sc in second ch from hook and in each ch across - 3 st. ch 1 and turn.
Sc 2 in first stitch. sc in next stitch. sc 2 in last stitch. There should be 5 stitches. ch 1 and turn.
Sc 2. sc in next 3 stitches. sc 2 in last stitch. There are 7 stitches in this row. ch 1 and turn.
Work next 4 rows even.
Sc in second stitch from hook. Sc next two stitches together. Sc in next stitch. Sc next two stitches together. Sc in last stitch. Ch1 and turn.
Sc in second stitch from hook. Sc next two stitches together. Sc next two stitches together. Ch 1 and turn.
Sc in second stitch from hook. Sc next two stitches together. Ch 1 and turn.
Sc two remaining stitche together. Tie off yarn. You should have a petal-shaped piece as shown below.
daf 4
The edges of your petal will be rough, so join the yarn at bottom of petal. Working along the edge of the petal, pick up and sc 11 stitches. In the space at the top of the petal, sc 3 times. Pick up and sc 11 stitches down the other side of the petal. Tie off yarn and weave in ends. The edges of your petal should now be even and finished-looking.
daf 3
Sew petals together to create the back of the flower.
daf in progress 2
Sew center onto the flower, and weave in all ends.

daf in progress 1

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on Apr 19, 2008 10:08 AM

Very pretty! I agree that daffys are great for crochet. they were one of the first type of flowers I crocheted. I like your pattern.

mad for crochet!

on Apr 19, 2008 12:59 PM
Your pattern for Daffodils is wonderful. I'm always looking for small patterns that can be adapted to or are Fridgies and this is perfect for that purpose. I like very much the instructional photos you included. They are very helpful. Thank you


noisypitta wrote
on Apr 22, 2008 1:17 PM

This is a great little pattern! Well done :)

peguin wrote
on Apr 23, 2008 1:36 AM

I can't wait to try these!! Daffy's are my favorite flower, but I sure can't grow them (unfortunately--they only bloom the first spring). :( This way I can enjoy them all year long!!

margrrets wrote
on Mar 18, 2009 3:19 PM

these are lovely!

jenninbrissy wrote
on Apr 16, 2009 10:43 PM

There are gorgeous. Will have to give them a try when I have more time :).