Make some bright crochet daises and use them to make a pretty crochet daisy wreath! This wreath will bring some color to your world even if spring hasn’t made an appearance yet. The post contains affiliate links, which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support!
Happy weekend friend! We are off to get dirty and enjoy the beautiful sunshine, but I wanted to share this adorable Crochet Gerbera Daisy Wreath pattern with you before we head off. This pattern is a lovely weekend project, and you could have a bright, pretty wreath on your door by Sunday morning.
Last week I shared these pretty Gerbera Daisies, and I knew they would be perfect for a fun, springtime wreath.
CROCHET GERBERA DAISY WREATH
Start by making several Crochet Gerbera Daisies. You can find a full tutorial here. I made 11 total for my wreath. Be sure you don’t skip the blocking step when you finish your flowers! You want your flowers to lay flat and pretty, and blocking fixes the intense curl they have when you finish crocheting them.
Once your flower are done, set them on your wreath the way you would like them to lay. They look very pretty overlapping. You can glue them in place with your hot glue gun. Be sure to put a small dab behind the petals in the top front, as gravity will pull on them when your wreath is hung, and they will want to flop down.
Next, wrap your burlap ribbon around the remaining bare wreath. Glue it in place on the back.
How simple was that?! Those bright, pretty colors make my happy. I love how it looks next to my door.
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