I have never learned to sew but I can crochet. When I was a young girl a neighbor of mine taught me the basics of crocheting. She taught me how to make blankets and circular pot holders. I haven’t crochet since I was a girl, but decided to see if I could remember how it is done.The first thing that I made was a useless pot holder. I call it useless because I used a stitch called a double crochet throughout the entire pattern which resulted in a rectangular cloth with gaps every half inch or so.
Next I tried to remember the circular pattern. I chained six, and then completed my slip stitch to connect my circle. I continued with a double crochet all around, resulting in a ruffled circular fabric. Again useless.
Finally I looked on the internet for some crocheting instructions because; as you can see my memory was getting me no where fast. Finally I stumbled upon the perfect pattern for an apron. I had no idea that an apron could be created from yarn and at the same time be fashionable. I’ve included a link to the Daisy Apron instructions. Below you can view my completed work. It took me ten days to complete it. I plan to make many more and some for friends as well. I think it would be a great gift.
4 thoughts on “Crochet Daisy Apron”
That is really cute! I might have to make one. 🙂
Wow thats nice!!!Where did find that pattern at?
i love the apron. you’re very talented. i sewed on a button one time and did the happy dance for 2 days. i sure wish i could sew, crochet, something!!!!!!!