Joy of Spring Doily

from Crochet With Attitude

Joy of Spring Doily Pattern

$1.99

PDF Digital Download

Have you made this pattern?
Share with the Craftsy community.

Crocheting: Joy of Spring Doily
rollover image to zoom
Joy of Spring Doily Joy of Spring Doily
Joy of Spring Doily Joy of Spring Doily

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Table Accessory

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Crocheting with thread
  • Crocheting in rounds
  • STITCHES USED: Chain st (ch). Slip stitch (sl st). Single crochet (sc). Half double crochet (hdc). Double crochet (dc). Treble crochet (tc).
  • Puff stitch, shell stitch, cluster stitch (instructions provided)

Pattern Description:

This lovely little doily can be made in three spring colors as shown or make it in a color of your choosing to match any decor. The lacy pattern works up quickly and is easy for those with just a bit of doily making experience yet includes a few different stitch combinations for those wanting to try something new.

US crochet terminology. No stitch diagram.

Gauge:

First 2 rnds = 1 3/4" (4.5 cm) diameter

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 13" (33 cm) diameter

Materials:

  • DMC Cebelia crochet cotton size 10: 75 yds (70 m) #818 Pink; 120 yds (110 m) #745 Yellow; 140 yds (128 m) #210 Lilac
  • Steel crochet hook size 7 U.S. or size needed to obtain gauge

Suggested yarn:

335 yards of Lace weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

DMC Cebelia

About Designer

About Designer

CrochetCrazy on craftsy.com

I have been crocheting since I was a teenager and started designing crochet patterns several years later. I wanted to make a sweater for my daughter and I couldn't read the crochet patterns. I later taught myself to read patterns. The first pattern I sold was a square sampler baby afghan to Crochet World and I haven't stopped designing since.

I also make one-of-a-kind freeform crochet scarves ...

Read More »

Other popular patterns:

View all Crocheting patterns »