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Daisy Puffagon Tutorial

Daisy Puffagon Tutorial
Any yarn you wish to use. I’d recommend using one hook size down from the recommend hook size for your yarn. This pattern is written in UK terms. American terms are given below in bold. WRITTEN PATTERN: Abbreviated instructions can be found at the end of the tutorial. JOIN AS YOU GO: Find out how to join the Puffagons as you make them with the 'Joining Daisy Puffagons' tutorial. I'm quite pleased with how 'seamless' I managed to make these look. I like to start of these little puffs with a magic loop. So, assuming we've now all got a magic loop, let's begin. First of all, make 1 chain and then make 6 double crochets (dc) into the loop. Once that's done we need to close up the circle. So take the waste end of the yarn (not the one still attached to your yarn ball) and pull it up until the stitches form a circle. It should look like this (left pic). Cut your yarn and using your hook, pull the end of the yarn until the end comes through the stitch. So now it should look like this. Now make 1 chain.

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