Confirming the old adage that big things come in small packages, the compact volumes of this ongoing series offer crafters an easy outlet for their passions—be they for fiber arts, sugarcraft, polymer clay, glasswork, papercraft, or jewelry. Emphasizing the simple fun of crafts, each concise resource includes 20 fast-to-finish, easy-to-do projects that always focus on a single subject or theme. Novelty crafters working on a budget will find new inspiration and much fun working through the 20 step-by-step crochet patterns in this resource. Featuring an array of sumptuous flowers accompanied by full crochet instructions, each finished piece can be affixed to a host of objects ...© 2013 Jan Ollis / Search Press · Reproduced with permission.
With yellow crochet cotton, make a slip ring.
Round 1: 1 ch, 8 sc (UK dc) into ring, pull end to close ring and remove hook.
Re-insert hook from back of work into first sc (UK dc) loop with a ss.
Round 2: change to white crochet cotton, *3 ch, ss into back of each of these 3 ch, ss into next base sc (UK dc)*, repeat from * to * 7 times, making 8 petals all together.
ss to centre and tie off the ends.
Follow the instructions for the single daisy up to the end of round 2.
Round 3: work into base ss between petals 1 and 2 of round 2, *sc (UK dc), 3 ch, ss into back of each of 3 ch to base ch*, repeat from * to * 7 more times.
sc (UK dc) to centre and tie off the ends.
Make seven daisies (some single and some double). Thread the green ribbon through the looped silver necklace and tie it in a knot at ?the back. Stitch daisies on to the ribbon at regular intervals.
Who could resist this pretty necklace made with hand-crocheted daisies? Alternatively, make them into a stunning hairband or bracelet.