Hello and welcome to Daisy Farm Crafts! I’m Tiffany and I live in Arizona with my husband of 33 years. I first learned to crochet when I was a little girl, but I didn’t really start making projects until my youngest daughter Annie was in and out of the hospital for epilepsy and I needed something to keep my hands busy and my mind calm.
A few years after Annie had brain surgery, I continued to crochet and my daughters encouraged me to start sharing pictures of what I was making on Instagram. At the time, I had no idea that such a fun and loving community of crocheters existed online and I was so excited to find other crochet friends.
I created a website where I could write down and share the patterns for everything I was making and daisyfarmcrafts.com was officially born.
All of our crochet patterns are available for free on this website. We also sell some of our patterns on Etsy as PDF downloads, and we have a lot of patterns and stitch tutorials on our Daisy Farm Crafts YouTube Channel. If you finish a project using one of our patterns, please take a picture and tag it on Instagram using #daisyfarmcrafts. Each Sunday we share these posts into our stories. (It’s our favorite day!)
Thanks for being our crochet friends!
The Daisy Farm Crafts Team
The Grandkids/Crochet Models
We have been so excited to see our website grow and see so many of our projects made by you! We love sharing your work made from our patterns on Instagram. Use #daisyfarmcrafts on your finished project so we can see. (Must have a public Instagram account.) If you are on Facebook, come and share a picture to our page.
Are you an Etsy seller and wanting to sell blankets made from our patterns? The answer is yes! We just ask that you use your own photos and credit the pattern in your post.
Need help with your project? Try joining the Daisy Farm Crafters Group on Facebook. At this time, we are so sorry but we no longer can answer emails helping you to learn how to crochet or help you with crochet questions but the group has lots of information specific to Daisy Farm patterns and you might find your question already answered.