Deer Daisy Woodland Crown


It’s almost fall!!! Fall reminds me of growing up in Pennsylvania. Deer hunting, bonfires and the last wild flowers of the season all picked for my mommy. That is if the deer didn’t eat the daisies first. Wearing it makes me feel like an earthy princess. I hope you feel lovely in it too!


Deer daisy Woodland Flower crown
Yarn=RHSS(red heart super saver)
Treble crochet

For band-
Using two strands of RSS,
Ch 100. Or however many it takes to wrap loosely around head TWICE.
Slst to form ring

Set aside for flower placement and twist instructions


Flowers- make 12
Ch4 Slst to join ring
Ch2, 8sc in center
Ch2 (counts as first dc), treble in same sp, dc in same sp
Slst in next sp
Dc,treble,dc in next sp
Slst in next
Repeat til five petals. Ending with Slst in bottom of ch2. Fasten off
For pollen center-
Take strand about 4inches long. Fold in half. Knot at the fold twice. Slip the ends through the center of the flower. Use the two ends to fasten flowers on to headband. Snip extra yarn.

When I fastened the flowers on, I twisted the two strands twice in between each flower sequence.

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  1. cute right up my grand daughter’s “alley” she’s always been a Fashionista…do you have a Print version ? so I could print out and file? thanks


    1. I’m in the process of setting up pdf format on my site but for now the only option I have for you is to copy the link and head over to and it automatically puts it in off format for you. I’m so sorry for the inconvenience. I’m self taught so it’s taking longer to set up than I would like 😦


    2. You get get a program called CutePDF Writer that you can download for free (I believe). When you download it, then go to your web browers print option, choose “CutePDF Writer” as the place you want to print to and it will bring up a window asking where you want to save it too. Hope this helps.


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