By K W Warburton, The Reluctant Spoonie

Over on my Instagram, I have a crochet tutorial series designed for those with a chronic illness. They are slow-paced and fully captioned. In the first series, we make this cute crochet daisy and the free pattern is included in the videos.

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If you are already familiar with the basics of crochet, you can get the free crochet pattern for this daisy by watching this Crochet with Me YouTube video. Please subscribe to my YouTube channel if you haven’t already.

Crochet with Me: Daisy (free pattern included)

Paced Crochet Tutorials

Each stitch is shown 3 times, twice at normal speed and once in slow-mo. You can pause the video at any time. I use US crochet terms.

Lesson 1: Slipknot and chain

In the first lesson, we learn the basics of crochet including the slipknot and chain stitch. You will need some yarn and a crochet hook.

Lesson 2: Single Crochet

In this lesson, we learn the single crochet stitch and work in rows.

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Lesson 3: In the round

In this lesson, we learn how to make a magic ring and work in the round to make the centre of our daisy. You will need some yarn, a crochet hook and a stitch marker. If you don’t have a stitch marker, you can use a safety pin or scrap yarn to mark the beginning and end of your round.

Lesson 4: Completing the daisy

In this lesson, we learn the double crochet stitch and bring together all the techniques that we’ve learned in previous lessons to complete our crochet daisy.

crochet daisy

I hope you enjoyed making this crochet daisy with me. Please subscribe to my YouTube channel for more crochet videos!

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