Crochet Doily (Fiber Art)

As it is December, have to crochet something in snowy white and decided upon doing a doily which I can finish fast.  As all my previous doilies are round-shaped, thought of doing a differently shaped one and came across this elegant diamond-shaped doily.  The pattern is from a Japanese magazine “Elegant Crochet Lace”, Doily No. 25.

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Crochet Doily (Fiber Art)

Beautiful lacy crochet doily…I have made several doilies with cotton crochet thread and I wanted to try my hands on the 3-ply acrylic yarn…so my first attempt with a 3-ply acrylic yarn…as I didn’t want the doily to lose its lacy charm, I decided to use 1.5 mm hook….even though it came out pretty good, I still prefer the cotton crochet yarn for the doilies…now I can see how much of a difference the yarn makes to doilies…

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Pattern:  The pattern is from the magazine Ondori Crochet Lace, Doily #29.

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Field of Violets Doily

Pattern was published in the magazine Decorative Crochet #8, designed by Kasuko Ichida.  It is exactly like what the designer says in the note “In addition to being beautiful, this doily is an ideal sampler piece for practicing a variety of stitches” :)…

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Wild Garden Rose Doily

I made this doily by looking at the “Dublin Garden” doily picture, originally designed by Dot Drake and published in “Crochet Wishes and Wonders” by House of White Birches in January 2000.  I made a slight variation in the the final edging round. Though it may not be exactly like the original one, I liked the fact that it does look somewhat similar.

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Telephone Cover

This is one of my oldest projects which I now use as a cover for my telephone 🙂 …The pattern is from the magazine Magic Crochet issue #78.  The jasmine flowers as a lacy border make it look classy and elegant.

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Here is the graphical pattern for this 🙂 …

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Mini Crochet Doily -3

As my current projects are still in “work in progress” mode, thought of sharing one of my old doilies, which I did while learning crocheting 🙂 …looking at these, I feel contented that I have progressed a lot in crocheting 🙂 …my stitches have become more neat and clean, my projects are getting better and accurate shapes, and I’m able to understand the pattern much more clearly 🙂 …but still have a long way to go…

The pattern is called “A Touch of Irish Doily” by Jacqui Cunningham and it is available for free here in Ravelry or download this pdf document A Touch of the Irish Doily.

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Extravagant Doily – Crochet

This is one of the best doilies that I have worked on. The doily is so well designed with intricate stitches that will inspire you to work on and on, rounds after rounds, and you don’t want to stop until you finish the last line, it is so gripping 🙂 …

The pattern is from Leisure Arts #3588 Extra-Special Doilies by Mary Werst.

Extravagant Doily

Extravagant Doily

Extravagant Doily

Extravagant Doily

 

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