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How to Crochet a Daisy Bookmark

Updated August 4, 2023
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Crochet this beautiful Daisy Bookmark and never lose your page again! With this pattern you’ll be able to make this to the size that suits your needs by simply doing more or less crochet flowers, making a perfect bag charm or keychain. Why not make a larger daisy chain and make it into a cute hairband? This beginner friendly project makes a beautiful gift for friends, family, teachers and little bookworms too.

A daisy crochet bookmark in a chain with a tassel on the end in yellow, white and green yarn pictured beside a pink notebook with 'notes' on the front and a white pen on top.
Daisy Bookmark

what will I learn?

In this blog you will learn how to crochet a daisy with a few basic stitches and then join more flowers to create this adorable daisy chain inspired bookmark. There’s also a video tutorial to help guide you with this make if you’re not confident with written patterns yet. I recommend you follow the written pattern and the video at the same time to help learn how to read a pattern.

If you’re not sure about double crochet, half treble crochet and treble crochet stitches, you can click the names of them in the terms and abbreviations section, which will take you to the step by step video tutorials.

I have also included a tools and materials section with links, so you know where to go shopping for everything you need to complete the project.

At the base of this post, I have suggested other floral projects to get your hook into after you complete this one, and some floral stitches you could try when making your next project.

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PaintBox Cotton DK

terms and abbreviations

This pattern is written in UK terms

  • Skip Stitch(s): sk st(s): Skip indicated stitch or chain.
  • Skip Space(s): sk sp(s): Skip indicated space.
  • Slip Stitch(s): ss(s): Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, then pull through stitch and loop on hook.
  • Chain(s): ch(s): Yarn over, then pull through.
  • Double Crochet(s): dc(s): Insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, you will have two loops on the hook. Finally, yarn over, pull through remaining two loops.
  • Half Treble Crochet(s): htr(s): Yarn over, insert hook into stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, you will have three loops on the hook. Yarn over and then pull through remaining three loops.
  • Treble Crochet(s): tr(s): Yarn over, insert into stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, you will have three loops on the hook. Yarn over, pull through two loops, yarn over, then pull through remaining two loops.
  • Double Treble(s): dtr(s): Yarn over hook twice, insert into stitch, yarn over, pull up a loop, you will have four loops on the hook. Yarn over, pull through two loops, you will have three loops on the hook. Yarn over, pull through two loops, yarn over, then pull through remaining two loops.
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Crochet Daisy Bookmark laid on top of the Bella Coco Crochet Book
Crochet Daisy Bookmark

crochet bookmark pattern

first daisy

  • With Colour A working into a magic ring.
  • Round 1: Ch 3 (counts as tr), work 11 tr in magic ring. Join with ss to top of beginning ch-3. Fasten off and pull magic ring tight and then sew in the ends. <12 tr>
  • Join colour B in any sp between tr of round 1 using a ss.
  • Round 2: Ch 1 (counts as dc). Work (htr, tr, dtr, tr, htr, dc) in same sp as join. *skip a sp, (dc, htr, tr, dtr, tr, htr, dc) in next sp; repeat from * 4 more times. Join with ss in initial ch-1. Finally, fasten off and sew in the ends. <6 petals>
A Crochet Daisy Bookmark laid on a marble background alongside a wooden crochet hook and 3 yarn cakes in green, white and yellow.
Crochet Easy Bookmark

additional daisy (make 3)

  • With Colour A working into a magic ring.
  • Round 1: As row 1 of First Daisy
  • Join colour B in any sp between tr of round 1 using a ss.
  • Round 2: Ch 1 (counts as dc). Work (htr, tr, dtr, tr, htr, dc) in same sp as join. [Sk sp, (dc, htr, tr, dtr, tr, htr, dc) in next sp] twice. *Sk st, (dc, htr, tr, dtr) in next sp. Remove hook from working loop and insert hook from front to back into 1st bottom dtr of previous daisy. Pick up working loop from the current daisy and pull though for a ss to join. (Tr, htr, dc) in same sp as previous sts; repeat from * once more, this time working into the second bottom dtr from previous daisy. sk sp, (dc, htr, tr, dtr, tr, htr, dc) in next sp. Join with ss in initial ch-1. Finally, fasten off and sew in the ends. <6 petals>
Crochet Daisy Bookmark alongside a wooden crochet hook, 3 wooden beads, a yellow, green and white yarn cake and the Bella Coco Crochet book.
Crochet Bookmark

tassel

  • With Colour C and a 7.5cm piece of card.
  • Wrap yarn around card 20 times and then cut yarn on bottom edge of card.
  • Cut a 10cm piece of yarn to use as the ‘hanger’. Insert this into the folded edge (top) of the tassel so that the ends are even and then tie a knot to fasten into place.
  • Cut a 20cm piece of yarn and wrap around the top of the tassel around 1cm down from the hanger. Keep wrapping around until you are happy with the size. Secure and hide end by weaving down through the centre of the tassel and then trim ends of tassel to your preferred length.
  • Finally, thread a wooden bead onto the hanger (optional) and attach tassel to the last daisy between the bottom two petals using the hanger and then hide ends by weaving them down through the bead and centre of the tassel.

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Learn how to Crochet a Daisy Bookmark

Crochet this beautiful Daisy Bookmark and never lose your page again! With this pattern you’ll be able to make this to the size that suits your needs by simply doing more or less crochet flowers, making a perfect bag charm or keychain.

Materials

  • Paintbox, Cotton DK (light weight/#3), 100% Cotton, 50g (1.7oz), 125m (137yds) 1 ball in Daffodil Yellow (Colour A), Light Champagne (Colour B) & Pistachio Green (Colour C).

Tools

  • Crochet hook: 3.5mm/ US E-4
  • Scissors
  • Darning needle
  • 10cm Tassel maker or 7.5cm piece of card.
  • 15mm wooden bead (optional)
  • Lobster claw clasp (if making a bag charm)

Instructions

    1. With Colour A working into a magic ring.
    2. Round 1: Ch 3 (counts as tr), work 11 tr in magic ring. Join with ss to top of beginning ch-3. Fasten off and pull magic ring tight and then sew in the ends. <12 tr>
    3. Join colour B in any sp between tr of round 1 using a ss.
    4. Round 2: Ch 1 (counts as dc). Work (htr, tr, dtr, tr, htr, dc) in same sp as join. *skip a sp, (dc, htr, tr, dtr, tr, htr, dc) in next sp; repeat from * 4 more times. Join with ss in initial ch-1. Finally, fasten off and sew in the ends. <6 petals>
    5. With Colour A working into a magic ring.
    6. Round 1: As row 1 of First Daisy
    7. Join colour B in any sp between tr of round 1 using a ss.
    8. Round 2: Ch 1 (counts as dc). Work (htr, tr, dtr, tr, htr, dc) in same sp as join. [Sk sp, (dc, htr, tr, dtr, tr, htr, dc) in next sp] twice.
    9. *Sk st, (dc, htr, tr, dtr) in next sp.
    10. Remove hook from working loop and insert hook from front to back into 1st bottom dtr of previous daisy.
    11. Pick up working loop from the current daisy and pull though for a ss to join. (Tr, htr, dc) in same sp as previous sts; repeat from * once more, this time working into the second bottom dtr from previous daisy.
    12. sk sp, (dc, htr, tr, dtr, tr, htr, dc) in next sp.
    13. Join with ss in initial ch-1. Finally, fasten off and sew in the ends. <6 petals>
    14. With Colour C and a 7.5cm piece of card.
    15. Wrap yarn around card 20 times and then cut yarn on bottom edge of card.
    16. Cut a 10cm piece of yarn to use as the ‘hanger’. Insert this into the folded edge (top) of the tassel so that the ends are even and then tie a knot to fasten into place.
    17. Cut a 20cm piece of yarn and wrap around the top of the tassel around 1cm down from the hanger. Keep wrapping around until you are happy with the size. Secure and hide end by weaving down through the centre of the tassel and then trim ends of tassel to your preferred length.
    18. Finally, thread a wooden bead onto the hanger (optional) and attach tassel to the last daisy between the bottom two petals using the hanger and then hide ends by weaving them down through the bead and centre of the tassel.

Notes

This pattern is written in UK terms.


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