Crochet doilies might seem old fashioned, but they are a great way to add personal touch to your home and make your space feel special. There is a reason people recycle vintage crochet patterns. Here is a great pattern for you to try. It is rather simple and the final product is still undoubtedly beautiful. It is crocheted with cotton thread size 10 and a 2 mm crochet hook. Its size (unblocked) is 17,5 cm (about 7 inches) in diameter. I didn’t block my doily, but you certainly could block yours.
Crochet doilies might seem old fashioned, but they’re a great way to add soft texture and a little boho touch of style to your home. There’s a reason people recycle vintage crochet patterns. Add one to a shelf display, table arrangement or your dresser to make your space feel special.
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Next time you don't know what to give as a gift, make your friends and family a couple useful, Old Fashioned Potholders! An easy introduction to crochet patterns, potholders are beautiful, functional and they only improve with age!
If you like old fashioned things, I hope you like to make this Spiral Lace Doily. This is a beginner-friendly crochet lace doily pattern made with worsted weight cotton yarn. The finished size is 10” diameter. If you are new to crochet, see the step by step photo collage at the end of the post. During these summer times, you can make this doily to decorate your dining table and home. This doily also great as a table mat too.
These mini wall hangings have a vintage crochet doily style, but when worked in strong colors and with a few tassels added, they look anything but old-fashioned. One looks great on its own, but a grouping makes it extra special!
Give it a try to make this shell stitch round doily. It’s easy to make with no budget. To add some beauty to your home decor, make these lovely doilies. In fact, you can match the color scheme of your doily with the decoration of your home or room. You need cream cotton yarn, rosemary peaches, crochet hook, yarn needle, and scissors. patternprincess