Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Miniature Doily, My Free Pattern






Here in California, the weather is still summer like, and my roses are still in bloom. 

I've been working on some fall/winter crochet projects, but I still enjoy making doilies and photographing romantic summer vignettes. 



This doily is my own creation. It measures only 4.5 inches across, and has only seven rounds. I used some leftover crochet thread size ten, and 1.25 mm steel hook.

The doily is so small that it can be used as a bookmark, or maybe as a coaster. 


Ch 9, join in ring with sl st.

Round 1: ch 1, 16 sc in ring; join with sl st to 1st sc.

Round 2: ch 6, *skip next sc, dc in next sc, ch 3* around; join with sl st to 3rd ch of beginning ch-6.

Round 3: *(sc, hdc, dc, tr, dc, hdc, sc) all in next ch-3 space* around; join with sl st to 1st sc.

Round 4: sl st to tr, ch 7, *sc in next tr, ch 7* around; join with sl st to 1st sc.

Round 5: *(sc, hdc, 2 dc, 2 tr, dtr, 2 tr, 2 dc, hdc, sc) all in next ch-7 space* around; join with sl st to 1st sc.

Round 6: sl st to dtr, ch 13, *sc in next dtr, ch 13* around; join with sl st to 1st sc.


Round 7: *ch 6, in 7th ch of next ch-13 make: (tr3tog, ch 4, sl st in 3rd ch from hook (picot made), ch 2, tr3tog), ch 6, sc in next sc* around; join with sl st. Fasten off. 


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Link Your Stuff @ Annamarie's Haakblog
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Home Sweet Home Friday @The Charm of Home,
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Craft Frenzy Friday @ Craft Dictator 

14 comments:

  1. Mała serwetka i bardzo ładna.Jest tyle resztek nici i można wykorzystać.Pozdrawiam.

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  2. Hi Olga,
    How nice to still have warm weather. Here in the east it's cold now. I love your rose and the pretty doily you have made. Thanks for sharing the pattern.
    Julie

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  3. Very pretty...thinner thread and smaller hook would make a wonderful crazy quilt motiff too!

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  4. Muy lindo gracias por compartirlo, saludos

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  5. Thank you Olga. It is really pretty!

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  6. Very pretty! Thank you for sharing. Patricia B

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  7. What a pretty doily, and such a gorgeous colour!
    Caz xx

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  8. Very pretty Olga! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

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  9. Thank you for sharing all these lovely patterns! I'm thinking of using this one with a regular yarn to make a little patchwork afghan...we'll see if it works.

    I do think there might be a typo, in Round 1-- I think it's 16 sc instead of 26 in the round.

    Thanks again!!
    Katie

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    1. Hi Katie, yes, that was a typo. Thank you so much for pointing it out. I fixed it now.
      I'd be glad to know if this pattern will work out for your patchwork afghan.
      Happy crocheting ;)

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  10. Hello! I am new to your blog and I absolutely love it! May I ask how would you join these motifs together? Is join as you go the best way to join?

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