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Daffodil / Narcissus

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With its unique and recognizable shape, the Daffodil is perfect in either minimal arrangements or fully packed yellow floral explosions and is a popular choice for table or windowsill decor.

$5.00

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Inside you’ll find a pattern diagram, instructions in American Standard Terms, and a step-by-step guide with photos (300dpi) that will show you how to crochet this beautifully delicate Daffodil flower.

The Daffodil (also known as Narcissus or Jonquils) with its unique and recognizable shape, is perfect in either minimal arrangements or fully packed yellow floral explosions and is a popular choice for table or windowsill decor.

The Daffodil is the March birth flower and the 10th wedding anniversary flower, a gift of daffodils is said to ensure joy and happiness. Throughout the World, the Daffodil is known as a lucky emblem of future prosperity.

Skill Level: Intermediate

Measurements:
(Following the tutorial and using the recommended thread)
– ~3.6” (~9-10 cm) in diameter, when open.

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Included in the listing :

1. Diagrams of all elements that makes this Daffodil blossom.

2. Instructions in American Standard Terms for all included Diagrams.

3. Detailed photo tutorials for the elements and the flower.

You do not need to be able to read crochet diagrams, the instructions are very detailed and include plenty of photos!

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By purchasing this item you will receive an immediate download link for your pattern and instructions (not a finished product). pattern is in PDF file (at high quality 300dpi).

Terms of Use :
This Pattern is my original and unique design, please do not resell or redistribute this file or the included patterns/photos.

Feel free to include the finished flower in any project that you want, either for private use or for sell. If you choose to sell your product, please include a link to the pattern (or to my shop) and mention Happy Patty Crochet as the original designer.

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