Two vintage crochet doilies on a table.

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I’m a craft designer and author of hundreds of articles and reviews about crocheting and other crafts. I search out and present novel approaches to classic patterns and techniques to encourage you to try something new. I’m delighted that so many of you read my posts and that I can contribute to promoting our crochet community. I’m interested in crafts, interior design and love traveling and sitting next to a campfire. I live with my husband and three kids in the Rockies.

Even though they’re a crochet classic, lacework doilies are as popular as ever among those in the craft. They are great for showing off your crochet skills, or for decorating in your home or office. In particular, bare surfaces of side furniture – sideboards, credenzas, shelves and the like. They’re an easy way to fancy up your rooms.

Shamrock Soiree Doily Free Pattern

With St. Paddy’s in just a few days, there’s not a whole lot of time to get out your inner Irish. This shamrock soiree doily is just the thing to really get your home into the spirit of the holiday. This is not a difficult pattern, and if you have the green yarn, you have this well in hand. The resulting doily is a beautiful, lacy item that will grace any interior, on St. Paddy’s and year round.

Skills: Easy        Designer: Julia Hart

Shamrock Soiree Doily Free Pattern

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Shamrock Soiree

Dawnglow Doily Free Crochet Pattern

The Dawnglow doily is a beautiful piece of standalone crocheting that will be an absolute gem of a decoration on top of a sideboard or coffee table. This intricate, lacy pattern is a wonderful example of how an easy to work up project can result in a spectacular item that will be a cherished piece of decoration for your home.

Skills: Easy        Designer: Julia Hart

dawnglow doily free crochet pattern crochet pattern

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Dawnglow Doily

Flower Wheel Doily Free Crochet Pattern

The flower wheel doily is a classically inspired modern pattern with a radial arrangement of flowers on a lacy background. It’s a super attractive tabletop or sideboard decoration that will go equally well with any decor you have, be it modernly minimalist, or classically frilly. It’s almost mandala-like appearance gives it an air of serenity and it’s intricate shapes will give you a great sense of achievement. A link to the free pattern is below photos.

Skills: Easy        Designer: Erangi Udeshika

Flower Wheel Doily Free Crochet Pattern

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Flower Wheel Doily



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One Comment

  1. I have a question, if anyone would care to answer. I have rediscovered crochet after many years of being a bread-winner. This includes making doilies which can ge quite intricate and it is also difficult to find the appropriate threads. When people see what I’ve made they ‘want one’! But for me, each project is a trial and error adventure. I feel exploited and my heart is just not in it to crochet doilies for everybody. Am I the only one with thos dilemma?

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