Daisy Flower Wall Hanging Crochet Pattern


Daisy Flower Wall Hanging
Crochet Pattern

Last month I saw a picture of a Daisy Flower and decided to draw it with my yarns and hook. The Daisy Flower Crochet Wall Hanging combines beautiful colors and an eye-catching nature design, making this the perfect project to brighten up your home. This fun crochet wall hanging uses Intarsia crochet to create a modern piece of art that’s perfect for propping you up in your Living room!

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  • Skills Level: Intermediate

  • Materials:
    Yarn: DK / Light Worsted / # 3 Yarn.
    >> Here are my Yarn suggestions:

  • Style Craft Special DK.

  • CotLin Yarn by Knit Picks & Crochet.com.

  • Bright Yarn – Cottonish Super Plus

  • Color Suggestions:
    1- White.
    2- Off White.
    3- Yellow.
    4- Light Yellow.
    5- Navy.
    6- Teal Blue.
    7- Blue Light.
    8- Blue.

  • Hooks: 3.5 mm Crochet Hook (I use TULIP Crochet Hook)

  • Notions:

1- Dowel rod or Tree Branch.

2- Scissors.

3- Darning Needle.

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Pattern Notes:

  • The Pattern is written in US terms.

  • The pattern is written as a color abbreviation.

  • The wall Hanging is worked up using the Intarsia Crochet method mixing with the Fair Isle crochet method if needed.

  • Finished Measurements: Approx. 20.5 x 11 inch / 52 x 28 cm (not including fringe or hanging thread)

  • Gauge: 18 sts x 22 rows = (4×4 inch / 10×10 cm) in Single Crochet.

  • Note: The gauge in the pattern is indicative and not mandatory. You can use any type or thickness of yarn you prefer; this will give you a different texture and a different size according to your needs.

Here, I used a gradient type of yarn for the background and chose one shade of yellow instead of two. Gradient yarn gave me a gradation look without the need to switch colors every time.

I used only four colors instead of eight and followed the same instructions of the pattern (except for changing the blue and yellow colors), and here is the result.

If you are a beginner and like the pattern, you can choose fewer colors to get the same result, do not stop being creative!

Yarn: Alize Cotton Gold for the daisy & Alize Cotton Batik for the background.

Below you will also find some suggestions that testers have implemented, and you will see how the choice of colors completely changes the final look of the project. It's wonderful isn't it.

Testers Photos

Please keep in touch and let me know if you have any questions,
concerns, or anything else you may think of!

Happy Crocheting...

This pattern is also available for purchase through Love Crafts Store with all the suggested yarn you will need to make this beauty