Crochet Daisy Chain Scarf





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 Small amounts of soft worsted weight yarn in colors of your choice

 Size G hook

Sewing needle & thread


  • Ch 3, 15 dc in 3rd ch from hook
  • Join with sl st to top of 1st dc, fasten off.
  • Join next color with sl st (continue by working over ends of previous round & loose end new color to hide these loose ends)
  • (Dc, 2 tr, dc) in next st, sl st in next st:  Repeat around, forming eight petals with a sl st in betwen each one. 
  • Fasten off and weave in ends.
  • Attach daisies by holding right sides together & using needle & thread to sew two petals of each daisy together to form a chain.


Each daisy is about 3 inches across, I used 21 daisies, for a scarf about 64" long.

The scarf pictured above was made with 100% cotton saucy yarn by reynolds in colors 396, 800, 292, 130

When choosing colors for my scarf, I used the center color of each daisy for the petal color of the next one.  This of course, is a personal choice, but I like way way the colors of each flower blends in with the next.  This seems to make the color scheme flow more smoothly. 

For example...

I started with a white daisy/yellow center, followed by

a yellow daisy/mauve center, then

Mauve daisy/blue center, then

blue daisy/white center, which connects with the first one

white, daisy/yellow center, repeating these for the length of the scarf.

I also prefer to make these flowers in sets of four in the order listed above and join them as I go.