Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Crochet Daffodil Ornament or Embellishment

While these little Crochet Daffodil Ornaments don't want to photograph well, they sure are cute! I wanted to add some to my Easter tree and started with the free pattern HERE. But the flowers were getting too big for my tree, so I had to do some tweaking...
The yellow was my first one and I shortened the trumpet by leaving out round 3, 
and completed it through round 6. Using an F hook through round 6 the flower is approx 2 3/4".
I winged the white one. The good news is, this is a small project and if you're not happy with how it's turning out you can easily rip out some stitches and start over. 
I plan to add a few more to my tree.

Have a happy day:@)

29 comments:

  1. Well those are very cute Easter decorations for your tree. Happy Spring decorating.
    Ann

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  2. These are SO cute, Lynn! They would be darling tied to a gift as well.

    XO,
    Jane

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  3. Oh, these are beautiful! You're so talented!
    ((hugs))
    -Heather
    www.stringtownhome.com

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  4. Those are adorable! I think you could do a lot of different things with them, like tie them to pipe cleaners and make a bouquet of them standing tall.

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  5. Those are pretty cute. Blondie hit it right on. They would be great on a package.

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  6. Those are really nice - you not only can cook - you can crochet too. Sandie

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  7. I am loving all your crocheted items! xo

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  8. Thanks so much for the shout out, Lynn!
    That was so nice of you and I didn't even have to bribe you! LOL
    I still can't crochet, so I will keep watching you turn out these little cuties. :)

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  9. A wonderful way to welcome spring! I had some real ones peeking through my snow this week. :)

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  10. Those are so precious and the good news for me is..I can actually crochet, so I can really make these. Yippy!!!! Thank you so much. xo

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  11. You are one crocheting lady....love these....wish I knew more about crocheting than making a 100 mile long chain. lol

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  12. I love daffodils, these are so cute. xo

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  13. Hi Lynn,
    Well done. They make a cute Easter decoration. Thank you for sharing.
    Best greetings, Johanna

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  14. Darling! These would be sweet as hair accessories for little girls! Happy Spring~

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  15. Love your crocheted daffies Lynn! I can imagine how cute your blooming Easter tree is :)

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  16. Too adorable ! Love narcisus!Thanks so much for sharing.
    Have a fabulous week!
    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft
    www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

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  17. Oh aren't they adorable! I wish i could crochet....Christine

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  18. These are so fun and cheery and perfect for Spring. I'm looking forward to my daffodils blooming...some day when it finally warms up around here.

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  19. You ALWAYS find the neatest little things to crochet!

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  20. What pretty ornaments for your Easter tree. You are one talented, crafty lady, Lynn! I love seeing all your fun projects.

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  21. Very cute, Lynn! They are adorable :) I just wish they were growing in my garden right now!

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  22. I'm off to look at the pattern and see if there is ANY way in the WORLD I can figure out how to make these! They are the cutest thing I've ever seen! Just precious! Happy Spring my friend!

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  23. this is really pretty. i should really start to learn how to crochet

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  24. So very beautiful I have to learn how to crochet.Just so I can have these daffodils!!
    Thank you,
    Vicki :)

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  25. Oh I love these! Just in time for spring. Thanks for sharing at Hookin On Hump Day!

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