How To Crochet The Daisy Day Throw Pattern

How to Crochet The Daisy Day Throw

Let’s make your very own Crochet Daisy Day Throw that’s as lovely as a sunny spring day! It’s a soft blanket dotted with the cutest little daisies in gentle shades of baby blue sky and sunny yellow centers, all cozy and snuggled up around you. This throw is like wrapping yourself in a hug from a field of flowers. We’ve got the easiest pattern for you to follow, which means you’ll have this beautiful piece added to your crochet collection before you know it. It’s simple, it’s adorable, and oh-so-comfy – your hooks are about to create some serious magic!

Crochet The Daisy Day Throw

The Daisy Day Throw

Crochet The Daisy Day Throw Pattern


The Daisy Day Throw is a bright and happy corner-to-corner (C2C) crochet blanket that’s perfect for spring.


  • Worsted (4) weight yarn
  • Lion Brand Basic Stitch Anti-pilling
  • Baby Blue (8 skeins, 1410 yards)
  • White (4 skeins, 650 yards)
  • Lemonade (1 skein, 95 yards)
  • H/5mm Crochet Hook
  • Yarn Needle
  • Scissors


  • 4×4” = 5 squares by 5 squares

Finished Blanket Measurements

  • 48” W by 55” L


This blanket is worked diagonally using the C2C method from the bottom right corner to the top left corner.

Stitches and Abbreviations (US Terms)

  • Sq – Square
  • Ch – Chain
  • Dc – Double Crochet
  • Sl St – Slip Stitch

Pattern Legend

  • Color A – Baby Blue
  • Color B – White
  • Color C – Lemonade

The pattern is a color-coded representation where each square on the graph counts as one block of C2C crochet. You’ll start with a chain 6 to make the first block and follow with 3 double crochets for subsequent blocks, changing colors as indicated in the row-by-row instructions.

Pattern Instructions

The pattern provided below represents the rows you need to complete:

  • Row 1: ARow
  • 2: 2ARow
  • 3: 3A…
  • Row 127: B

“Row 1: A” denotes a single block of baby blue, and “Row 2: 2A” denotes two blocks of baby blue, and so on.

Within the pattern, there’s a switch from increasing blocks to decreasing blocks, signifying the halfway point of the blanket and the switch from building rows to reducing them.

Video Tutorial

For additional guidance, it is recommended to watch the video tutorial, particularly if you’re new to C2C crochet.


After completing all rows, tie off and weave in all ends to finish your project.

For the overall design, you would essentially be making blocks of “petals” using the colors indicated with color C (Lemonade) being the center of the daisies and colors A and B forming the surrounding petals and background.

The instructions above provide the basic overview, but the intricacies of the pattern, such as how to carry yarn, change colors, and manage the ends, will be better understood through the video tutorial linked in the original pattern description.


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