Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Rose Doily (my Valentine doily)

I made this doily just in time for valentines ;)
I picked out a pattern from CPC, its the Victorian Rose Doily (pdf).
Its also the same rose doily here.
I managed to make my own design for the leaf, I like it better this way.
The finished doily center is about 5 1/4" diameter and the rose is about 2".
Materials used: crochet cotton size 8 for the doily and roses, 6-strand embroidery floss for the leaves, 1.75mm steel hook.

Here's another valentine doily.

Other free doily patterns:
Hearts Doilyfrom Crochet Memories
Romantic Pineapples Doily (pdf)from Crochet magazine
Hearts Desire Doily from Coats and Clark
Multiple Choice Doily from Coats and Clark
Pineapple Doily from Coats and Clark
Doily no. 2226 from Star Book of Doilies, 1942
Blue Bell Doily from Crochet Treasures
Easy Pineapple Doily from Crochet Treasures
Rose of Sharon Doily from Celtwich
Wild Rose Scallops Doily from Celtwich
Cosmos Doily from Celtwich
Butterfly Doily from Celtwich
Bowl and doily from Crochet Now
Candy Dish Doilyfrom Celtwich
Small Pineapple Doily from Celtwich
Rose and Pansy Doilies from Celtwich
Crochet Swan Centres Doily from Twilleys
Swan Symphony Doiliesfrom Coats and Clark
Floral Doily
Fancy Purple Doily
Pansy Doily from Celtwich
More doily links from Celt Vintage Patterns
More Doily links from Ravelry
More Doily links from Crochet Pattern Central

My other thread projects:
Flower Doily
Pineapple bookmark
Hat souvenir
Flower Frame souvenir
Baby Mittens
Baby Appliques
Ivory Shawl
Another cotton shawl
Some small projects with cotton thread

Most recent projects with thread:
ABC with flowers
Belt with little flowers
New! Crochet a Heart Souvenir

13 comments:

  1. OMG! That's gorgeous, Mimi!! I love it. I have made a few (similar) doilies to this, but they are square, or I've even made runners, too. I bought one at a 'country store' in Michigan, years ago, took it home, and copiedit. I'll have to take a picture on my digital camera. If I even have this doily with me. I know I have a picture of it though. Anyway, yours is beautiful. All those roses and leaves are a lot of work, aren't they? But worth it in the end. It's gorgeous!

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  2. oh my - that is a beautiful doily Mimi.

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  3. Thank you so much Chie, Tina and Jewels! You all put a big smile on my face! =)

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  4. That is tops on "the most beautiful doilies I've ever seen" list, Mimi! It's gorgeous!

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  5. Thanks Jaye *blushing*, maybe you've not seen enough doilies then...LOL...

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  6. Wow! that is elegant!

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  7. Thanks Fe, glad to see you back here!

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  8. Thanks, Barb! Good luck on your baby ripple afghan =)

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  9. I LOVE this but I can't open up the pdf. It goes to a wrong link and so does the second link.

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  10. Thanks for letting me know. Its still on the internet archives...I've just changed the second link.

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