April Flower of the Month: 8 Daisy Crochet and Knitting Patterns
We had our first little hint of spring back in February when we featured the violet as our flower of the month, then came the daffodil in March. I think it’s safe to say we’re in the full swing of spring because April’s flower of the month is the daisy. To celebrate, we’re bringing you some of our favorite crochet daisy patterns, plus some daisy knitting patterns, too!
Craftsy’s designers can help you place daisies everywhere. You’ll see crochet daisy patterns perfect for your kitchen, including a hot pad. There are daisy knitting patterns for apparel and even amigurumi. Whether you knit or crochet, we’re sure these daisies will bring a much-needed touch of spring into your life.
Photo via Craftsy member Lyubava Crochet
Crochet daisy pattern
What would you do with this pretty crochet daisy flower? The possibilities are endless! There are five different daisy designs included in the pattern, so you can vary your petals depending on how you use the crochet daisy pattern. Sew them onto clothing as embellishments, or string them to make a pretty garland. They also make great wedding and baby shower decorations.
Photo via Craftsy member fluffandfuzz
Knitted daisy hair accessory
Knit a daisy, sew it to a pin and — voila! — an instant hair accessory. This free pattern from designer fluffandfuzz (yep, I said FREE!) makes not only a hair accessory, but could also be a brooch or any other type of embellishment you’d like.
Photo via Craftsy member Doni S
Crochet daisy jar cozy
This jar cozy adds instant color to any room. Wrap it around a vase, or alter the pattern to fit mason jars or other glass bowls. Go traditional and stick some flowers in the vase, or use it as craft-supply storage cleverly hidden by the cozy.
Oh, and did I mention that the daisy jar cozy pattern is free?
Photo via Craftsy member Martha Johnson
Knitted daisy hat
This knitted daisy has a different look than most of the other daisy knitting patterns in our roundup. Knit a daisy using i-cords that wrap to form the pretty flower around the border of the brim.
Photo via Craftsy member pamstinnett
Crochet daisy granny square
I can’t pass up the opportunity to share a granny square, especially when there’s a crochet daisy involved. Close your eyes and picture a group of these daisy granny squares all lined up. Is it a scarf? A blanket? A headband? Whatever it is, it’ll be perfect for spring!
Photo via Craftsy member cheezombie
Knitted summer daisy amigurumi
Gather those yarn scraps in bright, pretty colors to knit this daisy amigurumi. Make a group of daisies that mimic a field of blooms, or just make one little plush one to hang out on a desk or in a windowsill.
Photo via Craftsy member cchant
Crochet daisy hot pad
This hot pad is crocheted with a double thickness for ultimate protection from hot pots and pans. And wouldn’t this be pretty hanging on your kitchen wall when it’s not in use?
Photo via Craftsy member BrownieKnits
Knitted daisy wreath
A foam core makes this daisy wreath super simple to knit up. Knit a daisy made of i-cords and attach it to the garter-stitch base. You can even add more daisies if you’d like. (In our world, there can never be too many knitted daisies!)