Spring Daffodils Free Pattern and Video Tutorial

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” I wandered lonely as a cloud 

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That floats on high o’er vales and hills,
When all at once I saw a crowd,
A host, of golden daffodils;
Beside the lake, beneath the trees,
Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.”
William Wordsworth
Is it any wonder, that daffodils have inspired Wiliam Wordsworth? They are beautiful, evocative of spring and quite unmistakable. Let them inspire you as well. They translate into crochet stitches very easily, and can be turned just about into any form of crochet decoration or item. They can serve on their own as a complete accessory (brooch, hairpin, etc.) or a decorative touch on a larger item (on a bag, blanket, pillow or anything else. You could even make the into a bouquet by giving them a rigid stem (for example from a green pipe cleaner). Let yourself be inspired, and make your very own field of daffodils.
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Skills: Easy      Yarn: DK/Light worsted weight in yellow (or aran/worsted)   Designer:  Happyberry Crochet

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Is it any wonder, that daffodils have inspired Wiliam Wordsworth?
Photos: Happyberry Crochet
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