I want to crochet a blanket for my soon to be 1yr old daughter. I searched for flower granny squares and found one that stood out from the others. It's a daisy and I had no idea how complicated it would be!
I mean, you have three yarns on the go for Pete's sake.
However, once I worked out the pattern, it wasn't too bad really, even for an advanced beginner. But I'm not sure I want to make several of these to sew together for a blanket. It's quite large (8 inches I think) so will either work well as a centre square surrounded by plainer squares, or I am thinking perhaps a strip of them and then plainer squares on each side. We'll see.
Either way, I'm really pleased with the result. It's quite satisfying finishing something more complex and quite pretty. If I were to do it all over again I would have liked a tighter tension, but not a big deal.
I got the pattern from ravelry, but the creator has a yahoo group with all the details and help I believe if you need it. And in exchange for such a great pattern, she asks you to make one square to send to her. She puts them together for charity. Nice.