Daisy Pen Topper
This is my pattern for a crochet Daisy Pen Topper. This is a really cute little flower that will brighten up your stationery in no time. It can be made in any colours you wish! This is a small and simple project that is great to give as gifts.
This pattern has been tech edited and tested.
Daisy Pen Topper – Free Crochet Pattern
Yarn: Any DK in Yellow, Green, and White
Hook Size: 5mm/H-8 US
Other Materials: Yarn needle, stitch marker
Skill Level: Easy
Finished measurements: 2” height, 2” width.
Gauge: 20 sc stitches to 12 rows = 4”
Abbreviations: Ch(s) = chain(s), Sc = single crochet, Sps = spaces, DK = double knit, RS = right side, WS = wrong side, rep = repeat
This pattern is written in US terminology.
Beginning ch-1 does not count as a st, unless noted.
Slip stitch to first stitch of each round to join, unless noted.
The number in brackets at the end of each round [i.e. (6 sc)] is the number of stitches you have made.
Use stitch marker for stem, moving up as you work to mark your round.
The Daisy Pen Topper is crocheted in two parts and then sewn together.
Color Key: Color A = Yellow, Color B = White, Color C = Green
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How to make the Daisy
Round 1 (RS): With Color A, make a magic ring. 6 sc in magic ring, join (6 sc). Fasten off.
Round 2: With Color B, sc in each around, join (6 sc)
Round 3: Ch 3, sc in same, *ch 3, sc in next, rep from* 5 times, ch 3, join to 1st ch of beginning ch-3 (6 sc, 7 ch-3 sps). Fasten off, weave in ends.
How to make the Stem
Round 1 (RS): Working in continuous rounds now and throughout, with Color C, make a magic ring, 6 sc in ring, place marker, move marker up as you work (6 sc)
Round 2: Skip 1, sc in next 2, skip 1, sc in next 2 (4 sc)
Round 3: Sc in each around.
Rep Round 3 until Stem measures 1 ½” or desired length, join.
Fasten off, weave in ends. Sew closed end of Stem to middle of WS of the Daisy.
You now have a Daisy Pen Topper! Thank you for choosing my pattern.
This pattern was published in the April 2021 issue of Pattern Pack Pro from Happily Hooked Magazine.