Doily

Free Crochet Pattern: Wisteria Doily

Kathryn White is an amazing thread work designer. Just look at the incredible points of these triple picots in the lovely Wisteria Doily which she’s done for Red Heart yarns. You’ll be using size 10 cotton thread for this design and I was especially excited to see these fabulous colors. This is my first time […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Hearts Doily

This beautiful little doily, or table mat, is just perfect for a Valentines Day gift. It’s just adorable and, when finished, is only 10″ across, making it small enough to frame easily. Imagine how nice it would be to make three or more of them and spread them across the center of a table as […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Country Christmas Doily

I’m sure you’ve seen the incredible thread work of Elizabeth Ann White of BellaCrochet. She’s been published numerous times and is now making her work available on the internet. What I like most about this pattern is that Elizabeth has taken a vintage doily pattern and interpreted it with her own style. I’ve read through […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Blue Rose Doily

Originally published in the March 2003 issue of Crochet! magazine, the publisher has now made this beauty available free to download on their free patterns website. This Blue Rose Doily was designed by Rosanne Kropp in size 10 thread. It’s an excellent opportunity for you to try out a bit of Irish crochet. If you’re […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Ordered Diamond Doily

This beautiful art is the work of Grace Fearon. As hard as it it to believe, this is one of her very first designs! Yes, indeed. And, in less than a year, her work has reached levels that I usually don’t see in designers until they’ve been working for years and years. Each of her […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Trick or Treat Doily

Have you visited Bella Crochet yet? Elizabeth Ann White, owner of Bella Crochet, is a pro at creating fabulous crochet patterns for you. Her work will literally knock your socks off! Elizabeth formerly worked at Annie’s Attic as a tech editor and later, book coordinator, so you can be certain that her pattern writing skills […] Read more…

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