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Crochet Doilies

Blooming Placemat

A sweet rectangular shape for this placemat. Made using my fav Lily Sugar’n Cream Cotton 10 ply yarn.

Pattern from Round and Round the Crochet Hook by Emily Littlefair.

Primrose Patch Rug

This was supposed to be a rug but of course my tight tension made it up far too small so it sits on the back of my armchair until I can find a suitable use for it… but I still love it.

Pattern from Round and Round the Crochet Hook by Emily Littlefair. I used teal colored Lily Sugar‘n Cream Cotton 10 ply yarn and a contrasting variegated blue and pink of the same brand.

Sweet Sunshine Doily

I just love the look of this doily with its bright colors, the use of backpost stiches and the jutting-out edging.

Pattern from Round and Round the Crochet Hook by Emily Littlefair. I used several colors of Lily Sugar‘n Cream Cotton 10 ply yarn.

Dandelion Bouquet Doily

This is a large doily and I love the use of bubble stitches to give a pop of texture.

Pattern from Round and Round the Crochet Hook by Emily Littlefair.

I used several colors of Lily Sugar‘n Cream Cotton 10 ply yarn.

Dancing Around in Circles

This was a wonderful pattern to start my doily collection. It is simple, easy, quick and just takes 10 rounds. Very satisfying!

Pattern from Round and Round the Crochet Hook by Emily Littlefair. I used several colors of Lily Sugar‘n Cream Cotton 10 ply yarn.

Blooming Coasters

You could make several of these in one afternoon. Great fun!

This pattern called to me and I made a few in a very tight tension, very satisfying.

Pattern from Round and Round the Crochet Hook by Emily Littlefair. I used a variegated color of Lily Sugar’n Cream Cotton 10 ply yarn.

A cute selection

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