After receiving so many wonderful comments about my 'Maisie Flower', I decided to waste no time in sharing this pattern with you. I'm really hoping it all makes sense and that the pictorial guide gives you more help than just words. I'm sure most of you would be able to interpret this pattern from the visuals alone, but the added written instructions on each photo should make it much clearer for those who are a bit less confident.
I've tried my very best to make this as
easy to follow as possible, but should
you find any mistakes please let me know.
I'm learning too, so please be gentle! x
Just click on the images for a more detailed view.
I really hope you enjoy this tutorial,
as much as I enjoyed making it for you?!!
Bye for now
x x x
Please find below larger individual pics (just click on image)
should you require a more detailed view.
Maisie Flower Tutorial
Joining Maisie Flower Below
Maisie Flower - Multiple Joining Points Below
Cute and pretty.I think i'll be doing a dozen of this...thank you for your time :)ReplyDelete
Thank you for this beautiful tutorial! I love these Maisies :)ReplyDelete
Pretty flower and great tutorial - thanks for sharing with us. :)ReplyDelete
These are gorgeous! Your tutorial looks lovely and so well explained. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Will definitely be having a go at this sometime over the next few days.ReplyDelete
Your instructions seem lovely and clear.
Thank you for sharing :)
Lovely, clear and well written tutorial, I look forward to trying it out :) xReplyDelete
What a wonderful tutorial and so well illustrated and explained!ReplyDelete
The colourful end result is just lovely. Thank you so much for sharing!
Thank you so much for the tutorial.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing, its a beautiful tutorial.ReplyDelete
Thank you! What a beautiful, detailed, easy-even-for-me-to-follow tutorial! Your crochet is beautiful and I feel so good inside every time I visit Annie's place. :-)ReplyDelete
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. Such a beautiful flower and the tutorial was fantastic. You have blessed us all.ReplyDelete
So wunderschön,ich mag diese Farben und Formen.ReplyDelete
Liebe Grüße zu dir.
What a beautiful tutorial! Thank you so much for the time and great effort it must have taken to share this with us. Greatly appreciated, and it will be a pleasure to follow!ReplyDelete
This is an absolutely crital clear tutorial.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing, dear.I'm saving it right now.
Hi Sharron, this is a great tutorial. Thank you so much for taking the time to share your lovely Maisie flower.ReplyDelete
Hi Sharron - lovely clear and precise instructions - you've done a great job and Maisie is just gorgeous!ReplyDelete
i've been waiting for this post and have been checking your blog each day.
Thank you so very much for the effort you have put into these instructions. I will be crocheting this lovely design and I will send a little prayer up for you as I work it. Your kindness in sharing your pattern is very much appreciated.
Sharron, you are so kind and sweet preparing the pattern and taking so many photos. The flower is really pretty :) Thanks!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much! Great tutorial...well done. I've been looking at my pile of yarn left overs wondering what to make and now I know. Thanks again xxxxxReplyDelete
Very clear and easy to follow Sharron and lovely photographs too!...and I love those colours ...Thank you for sharing your lovely Maisie pattern..ReplyDelete
What a lovely pattern, and your instructions are so clear. Thank you so much for sharing. xoReplyDelete
Thank you for your wonderful tutorial. The Maisie pattern is so pretty.ReplyDelete
they look so gorgeous! I have page marked this, thank you Sharron. Perhaps I will make some coasters for my table. Enjoy the summer, Heather xReplyDelete
I love your blog....I will be back, thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Love, love, love!! So inspirational!!! Thank you!ReplyDelete
Great flowers Annie and the colours certainly are scrumptious!ReplyDelete
Divino!!! gracias, super claro. Muy generosa!!! saluditos desde Argentina. Cariños.Vicky!!!ReplyDelete
These are so beautiful and sweet!! Thank you for sharing and I look forward to making some!! Wishing you a beautiful weekend! xo HeatherReplyDelete
you have a great blog ^ ^ReplyDelete
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What a lovely pattern! Thank you so much for sharing. I love the pretty things you make.ReplyDelete
I Think I have found my next project....Thanks xxxxxReplyDelete
Thank you as always for providing great inspiration , this is my next project too!ReplyDelete
Hi Sharron. Wonderful instruction and you have a beautiful blog. I have featured your tutorial in my blog. I have used one of your photos also. This is my linkReplyDelete
Thank you so, so very much for taking the time to prepare the tutorial and sharing it and all your other wonderful projects with us. I love your blog. Thank you Sharron.ReplyDelete
Thanks you for such a great tutorial, can't wait to get started xReplyDelete
I have just stumbled upon your blog and how pleased I am that u have. What a great tute. Looking forward to spending more time here xoReplyDelete
I have just found your blog via Pinterest ~ gorgeous !!! Amazing crochet! :)ReplyDelete
I love these - thanks for sharing such a great tutorial. xReplyDelete
Hi there, Sharron - I LOVE this! Thank you so much for your generosity in sharing. What kind of yarn do you think works best for the Maisie flower? (material, thickness - something I can get in the US) - and what size crochet hook? Thanks!ReplyDelete
Love it...thank you for sharing..great blog! Happy week..:)ReplyDelete
Well I just finished my first Maisie Flower and your tutorial was so easy to follow. Thanks again, I'm loving it.
Nice tutorial. Surely I will give it a try.ReplyDelete
Such beautiful flowers !ReplyDelete
Thank Sharron for sharing the tutorial with us.
Have a lovely day :)
BEAUTIFUL tutorial!!! One of the best I've ever seen!! Thank you so very much for sharing!!ReplyDelete
Hi Sharron, I'm your newest follower I'm fascinated with your blog :)ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing this great tutorial! Would love to have you visit me sometime.
Have a fabulous
weekend and week!
Hugs and love from Portugal,
Ana Love Craft
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!ReplyDelete
I'm a brand new crocheter and I'm going to try this!
So excited about this!!
Que blog LIINDO!!! Amei!! beijosReplyDelete
Hi Annie, Thank you for a great tutorial! I do have a couple of questions though, what type of yarn do you recommend to use for this pattern, and did you use the recommended hook size? Thank you so much for your time!ReplyDelete
This is my first visit to your blog and I love it! Thanks for postiing the Maisie Flower. It is beautiful! :)
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Never, ever doubt that you are an inspiration. What you do, by way of sharing your talent, eye for color and exquisite photography is a blessing....a light that brightens up many a dark room. Thank you!! <3ReplyDelete
I to would like to know what thread you used and needle..please.. I love your tutorial.. I tried it with crocheting thread and size 7/1.needle..it's okay but in the middle it wants to stick up.. but your thread looks like yarn...ReplyDelete
Muchas gracias por el tutorial...es muy interesante y esra muy bien explicado. Un trabajo muy bonito.ReplyDelete
Hi, your work are so beautifully and well created. Youre such a generous person to share your talent. For beginner like me, I would like to seek advice from you what kind of thread and hook shall I use? And also the brand of the thread. I really like to learn. Pls help me. Thank you so much. God bless!ReplyDelete
Thank you for being so kind Agnes. I favour a 3.5mm hook for most of my work, and I used this size for the Maisie Flower. I used a cotton yarn purchased from here; http://www.handarbeitswaren.de/Schachenmayr-Wolle/Catania-Schachenmayr.html. Although there are many 100% cotton yarns available on the market that would also suit. Something that's quite fine and smooth would be preferable. Hope this helps you get started :)Delete
May I please know if thread will work as well and also what diameter the finished product has with the yarn you used?Delete
Olá! Teus trabalhos em crochê são maravilhosos,parabéns!! Muito obrigada pelos tutoriais.ReplyDelete
Moro no Brasil e também amo crochê.
Thank you so much for this lovely tutorial!!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful pattern, amazingly clear tutorial. Thank you for sharing. 💞💞💞ReplyDelete
Lindo trabalho! Obrigada pelo belo tutorial que compartilhas conosco! Um abraço carinhoso. Neuza.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing. You did a wonderful job. It's very easy to follow and the flower is beautiful.ReplyDelete
They are so prettyReplyDelete
Thank you so much for such a great job! I'm a newbe in crocheting and without your photos + comments I would never could repeat it!ReplyDelete
From Russia with love :-)
Hi Sharron, I am new to crochet and I love your photo tutorial. It is so easy for me to learn from your pictures. I want to let you know that I've just uploaded your pattern to Ravelry. I hope that is ok with you. This is definitely something I want to keep on my list of favs. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for such a great pattern. :)
I meant to add this P.S.- I learned to crochet from my grandmother and mother. The time spent with each of them is very dear to me. Thanks, again.ReplyDelete
what a beautiful place you create on your blog
thanks for sharing this pattern and the perfect tuto'
il will come back to see your new creations
Wow.. Im loving this so much .. i cant wait to start crocheting this one :)ReplyDelete
Thanx for your share-n your wonderful blog , also the artist for which you are.ReplyDelete
Un grand merci pour tous ces magnifiques ouvrages et toutes vos excellentes explications.ReplyDelete
Hi, I also live close to a lovely town with a beautiful embankment on the great Ouse. Just made he flower (fairly new to crochet) it's turned out ok, thanks to your fab instructions.ReplyDelete
I have noticed that you made another of your patterns into a block. Can you do this with your Maisie flower? I just love it!ReplyDelete
Absolutely love your Maisie flower. I notice from the comments, however, that you haven't been so kind as to let us know what type of yarn you are using. The colors are incredible and I can find nothing here in the states that compares. Please consider letting us know so we can duplicate your beautiful work. I will always give you the credit, I promise you.ReplyDelete
Hello, thank you for your kind feedback. I did mention the yarn I used in the comments. If you scroll up you'll see I replied to a comment from Agnes, and posted a link to the yarn there :)Delete
Hi , im not one for following blogs but i have fell in love with your work and colour pallettes. Do you always use the same yarn ? thankyou for sharing you beautiful creations xxxxReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing this!!!ReplyDelete
This is THE best written tutorial I have ever seen! Thank you for your clear and concise pattern. I can't wait to make a bunch of these for a gorgeous light-weight throw.ReplyDelete
Awesome work! Thank you so much for this. Can't wait to try it.:DReplyDelete
Thank you for making this tutorial! Its so well written. Im a beginner crocheter! This will be so easy to follow. I just have to find out what the UK terms are in US terms. Im new to your site. I hope you have other crochet patterns or plan to make more. Thanks for sharing. TrishReplyDelete
Witam, na imię mi Aleksandra. Bardzo dziękuję za konkretny tutorial, serwetki są bardzo ładne. Właśnie takie na wiosnę. Piękne kolory. Ślicznie ! Cały blog jest przepiękny. Serdecznie pozdrawiam. AleksandraReplyDelete
Thank you for this pretty flower pattern, I started crocheting after seeing my late grandmothers beautiful dainty crochet items I have her doillies and we both love making baby items.ReplyDelete