Two posts in two days! I think this long bank holiday weekend is bringing some inspirational magic... To be honest I intended to draft this post and publish it when I had nothing to say, but I just can't wait!!!!!
This daisy square came about because of a free gift in a magazine. This came with an edition of 'simply Homemade' a few months ago now.
A flower loom isn't something I would probably have bought myself, but in a fit of boredom I decided to give it a try. I got onto youtube to see how it worked (as the magazine is long gone) and made a couple of flowers. I thought they were quite nice, but I didn't know what I would do with them.
Then the 'what ifs' started... you know the 'I don't like the middle of these flowers... what if I crocheted a middle?' what ifs... I think all my patterns come from 'what if' moments. So began my quest to create a flower loom crocheted square which utilised the best bit of the flower made from a loom - the petals - with a crocheted middle and an attached square. And 'Who loves ya Daisy Square' is the result!
They're a wee bit fiddly to make, but oh so worth it I think. You don't even need a fancy flower loom to make them; I found a great link to make a homemade flower loom here. So if you fancy giving them a try here's a tutorial to get you started...
Who loves ya Daisy Square
I NOW HAVE A NEW WEBSITE AND THIS PATTERN CAN BE FOUND AT -
I'm back at work tomorrow, so you may not hear from me again for some time!