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Ah! I see. But, being a slightly pedantic sort of person, surely, daisy patterns made that way are not crocheted in the true sense as was suggested: Quote... a daisy maker... that you use to make crochet daisies ...That form of construction is more like the "pin art" of the 1970s, where pictures were formed by winding thread around small nails / pins hammered through a paper template (which was later removed) and into a wooden base usally first covered with black felt [but not to be confused with the "3D pin art" of the 1980s that appears to be making a comeback in some places].
... a daisy maker... that you use to make crochet daisies ...
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