Thursday, January 29, 2015

Honeysuckle Doily, Free Vintage Pattern






Here is another doily made from a vintage pattern. I used size ten crochet cotton thread and 1.25 mm steel hook. My doily came out 20 inches in diameter. I changed the colors after Round 12, Round 20, and Round 24.



As I was crocheting this doily, it ruffled quite a bit. But once the doily was finished and blocked, it turned out perfectly flat and beautiful!




 
Rnd 1: Ch 10, join with sl st to form ring, ch 1, 16 sc in ring, join with sl st in first sc.
Rnd 2: Ch 6, [tr in next sc, ch 2] 15 times, join with sl st in 4th ch of ch-6. (16 ch-2 sps)
Rnd 3: Ch 1, sc in joining, [ch 4, sc in next tr] 15 times, ch 2, hdc in first sc to form last lp.
Rnd 4: Ch 1, sc in lp just formed, *ch 5, hold last lp of each tr on hook, 5 tr in next ch-4 lp, thread over and through all 6 lps on hook (5-tr-cl), ch 5, sc in next lp, rep from * around, end with ch 5, hold last lp of each tr and dtr on hook, 5 tr in next lp, dtr in first sc, thread over and through all 7 lps on hook. 
Rnd 5: Ch 1, *sc in tip of tr-cl, ch 11, rep from * around, join with sl st in first sc.
Rnd 6: Ch 1, *sc in joining, *[sc, ch 5] 5 times in next lp, sc in same lp, sc in next sc, rep from * around, end with [sc, ch 5] 5 times in last lp, sc in same lp, join with sl st in first sc.
Rnd 7: Sl st to center of next lp, sc in same lp, *[ch 5, sc in next lp] 4 times, ch 3, sc in next lp, rep from * around, end with ch 1, hdc in first sc to from last lp.
Rnd 8: Ch 5, 4-dtr-cl in lp just formed, *ch 7, skip next ch-5 lp, sc in next ch-5 lp, ch 5, sc in next ch-5 lp, ch 7, skip next ch-5 lp, 5-dtr-cl in next ch-3 lp, rep from * around, end with ch 7, join with sl st in tip of first dtr-cl.
Rnd 9: Ch 16, *dc in next ch-5 lp, ch 13, dc in tip of next dtr-cl, ch 13, rep from * around, join with sl st in 3rd ch of ch-16.
Rnd 10: Ch 1, sc in joining, *[sc, ch 5] 5 times in next lp, sc in same lp, sc in next dc, rep from * around, join with sl st in first sc.
Rnd 11: Rep Rnd 7.
Rnd 12: Ch 5, 4-dtr-cl in lp just formed, *ch 6, skip next lp, sc in next lp, ch 5, sc in next lp, ch 6, skip next lp, 5-dtr-cl in next ch-3 lp, rep from * around, end with ch 6, join with sl st in tip of first dtr-cl.
Rnd 13: Ch 12, *dc in next ch-5 lp, ch 9, dc in tip of next dtr-cl, ch 9, rep from * around, join with sl st in 3rd ch of ch-12.
Rnd 14: Ch 1, sc in joining, *ch 5, [sc, ch 5] twice in next lp, sc in next dc, rep from * around, end with ch 2, dc in first sc. (96 lps)
Rnds 15-19: Ch 1, sc in lp just formed, *ch 5, sc in next lp, rep from * around, end with ch 2, dc in first sc.
Rnd 20: Ch 1, sc in lp, *ch 5, 5-trb-cl in next lp, [ch 5, sc in next lp] twice, rep from * around, end with ch 5, join with sl st in first sc. (32 tr-cl)
Rnd 21: Sl st to tip of next tr-cl, ch 16, *dc in tip of next tr-cl, ch 13, rep from * around, join with sl st in 3rd ch of ch-16.
Rnd 22: Rep Rnd 10.
Rnd 23: Sl st to center of next lp, sc in same lp, *[ch 4, sc in next lp] 4 times, ch 3, sc in next lp, rep from * around, end with ch 1, hdc in frist sc to form last lp.
Rnd 24: Rep Rnd 8.
Rnd 25: Ch 1, *sc in tip of dtr-cl, ch 19, rep from * around, join with sl st in first sc.
Rnd 26: Ch 1, sc in joining, *[ch 5, skip next 3 ch, sc in next ch] 4 times, ch 5, sc in next sc, rep from * around, end with ch 2, dc in first sc.
Rnd 27: Ch 1, sc in lp just formed, *ch 3, sc in next lp, [ch 5, sc in next lp] 4 times, rep from * around, end with ch 2, dc in first sc.
Rnd 28: Ch 1, sc in lp just formed, *3 dc in next ch-3 lp, sc in next ch-5 lp, ch 5, sc in next ch-5 lp, ch 7, sc in next ch-5 lp, ch 5, sc in next ch-5 lp, rep from * around, end with ch 2, dc in first sc.
Rnd 29: Ch 1, 3 sc in lp just formed, *sl st in next [sc, 3 dc, and sc], 5 sc in next ch-5 lp, 7 sc in next ch-7 lp, 5 sc in next ch-5 lp, rep from * around, end with 2 sc in first lp used at beg of rnd, join with sl st in first sc.
Rnd 30: Ch 3, [2-dc-cl, ch 3, 3-dc-cl] in base of ch-3, *ch 1, [3-dc-cl, ch 3, 3-dc-cl] in center sc of next lp, ch 1, [3-dc-cl, ch 5, 3-trc-cl, ch 5, 3-dc-cl] in center sc of next lp, ch 1, [3-dc-cl, ch 3, 3-dc-cl] in center sc of next lp, rep from * around, end with ch 1, join with sl st in tip of first dc-cl, fasten off.

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43 comments:

  1. Wundervoll & Danke!
    Liebe Grüße zu dir, Manja ♡

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  2. Hola Olguita!! que hermosa!!! bella y delicada besitos.

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  3. Очень нежная, красивая салфеточка!!!!

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  4. So sweet and romantic. Clever you.
    Hugs

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  5. Ольга, салфетка очень красивая!

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  6. So-so pretty! I love the pink and white. Just gorgeous.

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  7. Un bellissimo centrino!
    Bye, bye Elli

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  8. It's beautiful, very pretty. :) xx

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  9. It looks wonderful with the colors you selected. Very soft and feminine. Very pretty!
    xx Beca

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  10. Thankyou for sharing the pattern :)) it is so pretty in the colours you have chosen.. hugs pat :))

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  11. This doily is GORGEOUS! And a great tip for blocking.
    I would love if you shared this at our Yarn Fanatic Linky Party. The next one goes live tomorrow (Monday) around noon.
    And don't forget to enter the giveaway while you're there!
    Alexandra
    EyeLoveKnots.blogspot.com

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  12. So pretty Olga! Thank you for joining Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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  13. Wow this is so gorgeous and you did a beautiful job making it Olga! It looks so pretty with the vase of flowers!

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  14. This AMAZING! I love it. :) So far I have made the small pink doily (my very first!!!) and I am about to finish the doily from Anabelia. I am having so much fun. I LOVE this site. I have skimmed your entire blog and I am so excited that I don't have ANY doilies at all, so I can build a stash. I also am going to try to make two small ones for Mother's day for my mom and my mother in law. It is a big goal for me as I have 6 children and I crochet in snippets of time here and there. I started on bookmarks and after making over 100 I am branching out into doilies. Thank you for all of the patterns that you post!!!

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  15. yes would love a video i cant figure out what it mean to do in a lp??

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  16. tigger, lp means "loop" I think.

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  17. Have just started this lovely doily and there appears to be something missing in row 4 only one asterisk so then it does not make sense, unless it is me! Would appreciate your comments please

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    1. Hi Emma,
      Yes, you're right, there was a mistake in round 4. I just fixed it. Hopefully, there are no mistakes/typos anymore. But if something doesn't make sense in the following rounds, let me know.
      Happy Easter!

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  18. How do I download these patterns?

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  19. Hi, me again, I am on the 29th row and there appears to be another mistake right at the beginning after the 3 sc in loop just formed. I am very happy with the "almost" finished doily it is just beautiful

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    1. Hi Emma, I just checked Rnd 29. No, it's exactly how it is in the original pattern.
      You are supposed to make sl stitches into sc, then into each of next 3 dc, and in next sc. Is that what you are having trouble with?

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  20. Oh, now I understand, sorry for being so thick, I just could not understand that it meant sc into all of those
    Thanks so much now I can finish it.

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  21. What does (16 ch 2 sps) mean on round 2?

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    1. It means this round will have sixteen ch-2 spaces.

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    2. Oh bless you! I can now continue!

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  22. Hi Olga,
    First off I would like to say this doily pattern is Beautiful! I would love to finish it but I am stuck on the beginning of Rnd 21. On Rnd 20 I end with a sl st and then to start Rnd 21 I sl st in tr-cl, is there suppose to be a chain in between the sl sts? Thank you Please let me know Thanks again

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    1. Hi Crystal,

      Here I am looking at my doily and trying to figure out what problem you have in Round 21.
      So you start that round with ch 1, sc in same loop. And when you end that round, you sl st to that 1st sc, not the tr-cluster.

      When you start Round 21, you need to sl st to the top of the next tr-cluster. (because I used pink for that round, I simply attached the thread to the tip of that tr-cluster).

      I hope this makes sense.

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    2. Thank you so much that makes sense. When I was changing color I wasn't ending the white on my last sl st of rnd 20 I was pulling the pink threw the sl st and then trying to sl st in the cl tip. So thank you again now I can finish this beautiful doily1

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  23. Also in Rnd 20 is it 5 dtr-cl or is it suppose to be 5 trb-cl? thanks

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    1. At the end of Round 20 you will have 32 treble clusters (each cluster has 5 trebles finished together).

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  24. I would love to know what type thread you used. This is what makes this doily so Beautiful!!!

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  25. Don't know why I can't get it, but I have no idea what the end of round 3 and all of round 4 are trying to tell me to do.

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