Free earrings crochet pattern - Spring Daisy

Free crochet earrings pattern – Spring Daisy

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Everything is so beautiful – The flowers are blooming, the sun is shining. Spring is here.

I felt inspired to make Daisy earrings. They are big, green and beautiful. 🙂 I am sure they will not get unnoticed.

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By the way, this Daisy earrings pattern can also be used as the front side of the Earbud holder pouch. You can find the rest of the pattern here: Earbud holder – Free crochet patternCrochet Daisy earrings - free pattern

DAISY – Innocence, Purity, True love

Bellis perennis is a common European species of daisy. Bellis may come from Bellus, Latin for “pretty,” and perennis is Latin for “everlasting.”

The name “daisy” is considered a corruption of “day’s eye,” because the whole head closes at night and opens in the morning. The phrase “as fresh as a daisy” originated from this, signifying that someone had a good night’s rest.

Daisies symbolize innocence and purity. This stems from an old Celtic legend. According to the legend, whenever an infant died, God sprinkled daisies over the earth to cheer the parents up.

In Norse mythology, the Daisy is Freya’s sacred flower. Freya is the goddess of love, beauty, and fertility, and as such, the Daisy came by symbolize childbirth, motherhood, and new beginnings. Daisies are sometimes given to congratulate new mothers.

Daisy’s are composite flowers, meaning that they actually consist of two flowers combined into one. The inner section is called a disc floret, and the outer petal section is called a ray floret. Because daisies are composed of two flowers that blend together so well, they also symbolize true love.

The Daisy, and its meaning, also inspired renowned authors and poets throughout history. Shakespeare used a daisy chain in Hamlet to represent Ophelia’s innocence. Wordsworth also praised the Daisy in his famous poem “To The Daisy.”

They are also the April birth month flower. So if you know someone who has a birthday in April, these Daisy earrings would be a perfect gift. 🙂

Now, let’s go to the pattern.Crochet Daisy earrings - Free pattern



  • MR ~ Magic ring
  • SC ~ Single Crochet
  • INC ~ Increase
  • SL ST ~ Slip Stitch
  • ST ~ Stitch(es)
  • FO ~ Finish Off
  • *(….)* x 4 ~ Repeat the whole sequence four times
  • {16} ~ the number of stitches in the round


• Earrings : 2,5″ or 6,5 cm (round)Free crochet earrings pattern - Spring Daisy

The pattern:

If you are not familiar with the tapestry crochet technique, please, read How to do tapestry crochet post How to do Tapestry crochet – Pictures and a Free Coaster Pattern fist.

  • R1: MR, 8 yellow SC. Pull the ring together and continue to work in a spiral. {8}
  • R2: Introduce green (G) and white (W) yarn. You make 8 INC over the yellow tail from the first round: *INC (W, G)* x8 – This means Increase 8 times with one white SC and one green SC. {16}

If you want to see the photo tutorial on how to make the color change, you can find it here: Crochet earrings free pattern – Flower with hearts.

  • R3: all in white, but pull the green yarn under the stitches *(1 SC, INC)* x8 {24}
  • R4: *1SC G , 1 SC W, INC (W,W)* x8 {32}
  • R5: 3 SC W, *(INC (G,G), 3 SC W)* x7, INC (G,G) {40}
  • Crochet earrings free corchet pattern - Spring Daisy
  • R6: *4 SC W, INC (G,W)* x8 {48}
  • R7: 4 SC W, INC (G,G), *(5 SC W, INC (G,G))* x7, 1 SC W {56}
  • R8: *3 SC W, 1 SC G, INC (G,G), 2 SC G* x8 {64}
  • R9: 1 SC G, *(1 SC W, 2 SC G, INC (G,G), 3 SC G)* x7, 2 SC G, SL ST and wave in the ends.

If you want, you can make a border around the earrings. I think that the Crab stitch would look amazing. If you don’t know how to make it, you can find out here: How to crochet Crab Stitch – Step by step tutorial

Here is the graph of the Daisy earrings:

Crochet Earrings free pattern - Spring Daisy

Congratulations, you have finished The Daisy Earrings. I hope you
like my pattern, if you have any questions, feel free to contact me or
write a comment below.

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4 thoughts on “Free crochet earrings pattern – Spring Daisy

  1. hello I read your article, And I like your topic, I myself use to crochet, This article is wonderful in so many ways, Its something for young and old. It also brings back crocheting, You show different patterns to do. and its free to get started. You give good information on how to start. 

    1. Thank you for your comment. I am glad you like it. I try to make it understandable and interesting for all, the beginners and more advanced crocheters. Thank you.

      Have a beautiful day, and enjoy crocheting.

  2. Such a lovely crochet you did! Is that heavy to be worn as earrings? The graph of the Daisy earrings looks amazing. Do you design the graph before making the real crochet? It looks so interesting.  I have a friend likes crotching too, her IG is axelia_dreams, maybe you gals can exchange some crochet ideas. I browse through your other crochets too, I really like the chipmunks, they are so cute. Good details info for those who like to make crochet, let me share your post to my friend too!

    1. Hi. Thank you very much. The earrings are not heavy, so they are comfortable to wear.

      Yes, I make the graph before I start to crochet, but I sometimes change it in between if I don’t like how it looks.

      Thank you for showing my page to your friend, I hope she will like it too.

      Have a beautiful day.

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