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Crochet Boho Daisy Garland

Create your very own handmade bohemian-inspired daisy garland with crochet techniques. This DIY project allows you to personalize the colors and sizes of the daisies, giving you the freedom to design a unique garland that suits your style and space. Crocheting the daisies gives them a delicate and intricate look, adding a touch of whimsy to any room or event. The crochet boho daisy garland is a versatile decoration that can be used for various occasions such as weddings, baby showers, or simply to add a pop of color to your home decor. You can hang the garland on walls, mantels, or even drape it along tables for a charming and festive touch. With just a few simple materials and some basic crochet skills, you can create a stunning daisy garland that will brighten up any space and bring a touch of bohemian flair to your surroundings.

Notes about the Pattern

In this pattern you will be working in the round and it's just one round!! (Yep so quick!)

You will be creating 5 petals per flower and creating 15 total flowers in any combination of colors your heart desires.

Stitches and Techniques

Magic Circle

CH - Chain

SS - Slip Stitch

TC - Triple Crochet


For All Options:


Tapestry Needles


-- Some optional items if you decide to block your daisies --

Spray Starch

T Pins

Blocking Boards


#4 Worsted Weight Yarn (Knit Picks Dishie) or 1.5 Wrap Thread

5.00 mm H - Hook

#3 DK Weight (Premier Yarn Bamboo - held double)

5.00 mm H - Hook

#5 Chunky Weight Yarn (Bernat Softee Chunky - light weight super bulky yarn)

6.00 mm J - Hook

#6 Super Bulky Weight Yarn (Woolease Thick & Quick)

8.00 mm L-Hook

Let's Begin

Magic Circle

[CH. 3, 2 TC, CH. 3 SS into the magic circle] REPEAT [...] 4 MORE TIMES

Cut the working yarn and pull the magic circle yarn tight to close the circle.

No need to weave in ends just tie a double overhand knot to finish the flower.

Create 14 more flowers


Blocking the daisies can give the garland a more finished look.

Lay the daisies out on your blocking boards and use the pins to shape the daisies and keep the daisies in place. Spray each daisies with spray starch. If you have a spray starch that creates a rouch finish you will want to lay the daises upside down. That way it doesn't affect the apparence of your garland.

Leave until completely dry


You will want to cut your jute rope to the length of 56".

Using your tapestry needle run the jute rope through several loops of yarn on the back of each daisy. Make sure that it is evenly hanging on the rope.

At each end tie a small loop using an overhand knot. This will create an easy way to hang your garland.

I hope that you love your daisy garland!


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