Heavenly Flower Doily Free Crochet Pattern

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This elegant doily will be a perfect addition to your coffee table, dining room or kitchen. You can make them in any color you want. You can even mix a few hues to get an even more glorious look. Don’t forget to share your work in our Facebook Group The link to the pattern is below. Enjoy!

Skills: Easy  to Intermediate  Yarn: Coats India Anchor Mercerised Knitting Cotton Designer : Ramalakshmi Pasumarthy

Heavenly Flower Doily Free Crochet Pattern
photos: Ramalakshmi Pasumarthy
Heavenly Flower Doily Free Crochet Pattern
Photos: Momackenzie

Heavenly Flower Doily –  visit the free pattern site



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8 Comments

  1. This doily is absolutely gorgeous!! You are so talented!!! I can’t crochet with thread & envy you. Letting your pattern out for free is so good of you.

  2. Virginia Watts says:

    I made this doily with yarn because my eyesight won’t let me use the smaller thread. I am 88 years old . I made it in all white and it is just beautiful and I am well pleased with the pattern. Thank you so much for posting the pattern. Virginia Watts

    1. Ramalakshmi Pasumarthy says:

      Thank you so much for the encouragement Virginia Watts

  3. Ramalakshmi Pasumarthy says:

    Thank you Debbie. You could make a small rug using 4 cotton yarn.❤

  4. This is such a beautiful doily and I would love the free pattern, but I can’t figure out how to get it. It keeps showing the pictures but no pattern. Please help

  5. Linda McDuffie says:

    I also would love the free pattern for this beautiful doily, but can’t figure out how to get it. Please help!

    1. A link to the pattern is at the end of the post.

  6. Cynthia hammett says:

    Hey. The original is beautiful! But I have a problem, I do ok until round 14, but then it starts closing up on itself. You can’t keep having rounds with 112 stitches and keep a perfect circle. What am I missing ?

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