Looking to crochet a cute and easy granny square this spring? Look no further! These modified daisy granny squares are only three rounds, can be used with classic granny squares, and have an adorable daisy flower at the center. They’re the perfect crochet project for spring!
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Are you ready to crochet a granny square that’s perfect for spring? Perhaps one with an adorable yellow daisy at the center?
Follow along to learn how to make the modified daisy granny square, and soon I’ll share a free pillow pattern you can make with your daisy squares! [Update: head here for the daisy pillow pattern!]
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Ha, maybe not, but I paired it with a lighter yellow and two shades of gray and the daisies came out dope AF if I do say so myself!
I made a pillow with mine and will be sharing the tutorial soon, but today is all about the daisy granny squares themselves! [Update: head here for the daisy pillow pattern!]
The inspiration for the modified daisy granny square pattern was an afghan block called Julia’s Flower, from MoCrochet. Julia’s Flower is a larger granny square, but I loved the center! I’d seen other daisy squares online, but they seem to be puffy, and kind of textured. These daisy squares lay flat.
Each square is only three rounds, and the final round is the same as classic granny squares, so you could easily rotate between daisies and classic squares in your project. It also means the daisy squares can be connected using the join-as-you-go technique, which is what I used on my daisy pillow.
That’s enough back story, right? Are you ready to rock? First, check your crochet stash or hit up JoAnn Fabrics for supplies!
ch = Chain
dc = Double Crochet
sl st = Slip Stitch
YO = Yarn Over Hook
dc2tog = Clusters of 2 Double Crochet
dc3tog = Clusters of 3 Double Crochet
Check out the video tutorial!
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