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Hi everybody! Yes, I'm back and want to congratulate all of you with a new 2013 year! And finally I'm returning to irish crochet tutorials and with a holiday season I have some spare time to picture and describe everything, that I usually do half asleep.
Today I made a most popular in modern irish crochet lace daisy flower. This flower is frequently used by russian masters in their work because it is very flexible. Yo can make it with a different number of petals, make them longer and thicker by adding treble stitches and co on. Today I'll show the classic version with 9 petals.
So we make a 9petal flower. The center of this motive will be made of 18 double crochet - 2 for each petal. If you want to increase the number, simply double the amount. Once you have this number, divide it by 3, this will give us a beginning chain. In my case I have 6 chain stitches that I lock in a ring.
Place a leftover yarn over the chain ring and work over it. This will add a volume and fix it at the same time. Do 17 treble crochet. Finish a row with a slipstitch.
The next row will increase the bump in the middle. Work 18 dc
Cut the thread about 4 inches long and fix it in a motive. Add a white thread and do 14 chain
Skip the first chain from a hook and do 2 dc, 1 dc with a yarnover, 4 treble stitches, 1 dc with a yarnover, 3 dc. We have two chains left
Skip one stitch from center, do 1 dc into a next one.
The next and following petals use 13 chain stitches
Other petals are done just like a first one. Finish with a slipstitch into a first chainstitch of the beginning petal. Right now we have a fancy novempus.
The following row starting in the base of the first treble of a petal. Do slipstitches over the edge
Do 4 slipstitches and 1 chain
And work dc to the top of a row
Do the dc into a one stitch
And continue dc until we reach the last treble of a petal. To move to a next element, make 1 chainstitch and continue binding of other details.
Finish the row, cut and fix thread into a motive.
We have a daisy with an outstanding center