Sweet Afternoon Doily Crochet Pattern

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This is the kind of projects you want to make during summer time, easy and pretty crochet doily, Sweet Afternoon not only is a great decoration for your dinning or kitchen table, is also a pleasure and enjoyable item to crochet.
Sweet Afternoon Doily pattern include step by step written instructions and also full chart, so you can work with both or one of them if you wish.
Some special abberivations are fully explained and also if you need extra help you can contact me!

One size
Finished Size:
Circumference: 23inches (59cm)

300 yards worsted weight cotton
Shown in: Titanwool 100% Italian cotton, 100grs (244 yds)
244 yds (272mt) 100grs = 1 skein

US 2.5mm crochet hook

10 chains and 3 rows in single crochet to measure 1.5 x 0.5 inches (4.75 x 1.25cm)

Skill Level – easy/intermediate

Not matter what color cotton yarn you use for your Sweet Afternoon Doily, this project is a winner and will look just beautiful on your dinning or kitchen center table!

Start working on this pattern today!

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5 Responses

  1. Julie

    How pretty, my nan used to make a lot of these pretty doilies, I am still lucky enough to have a few of them.

  2. teresa

    It’s beautiful, and looks perfect in this color.
    Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party. Pinned.

  3. Rose

    This is a lovely doily. My mom had several of these, vintage versions, of course. They were all off-white. Then, one day, one of them accidentally went in with the red color wash. Now I have one in pink, almost identical to the one here. Anyhow, I love to crochet, and come say hello at FineCraftGuild.com one day, where I host my knitting (and crochet) adventures. Good weekend, Rose

  4. Michelle

    This doily is simply stunning! I love that doilies are being “rediscovered,” but being made with colors besides the standard off-white of my great-grandmother’s generation. Thanks for participating in the Creative Compulsions Link Up Party!

  5. Ginny

    What a beautiful doily. I am always in awe of this type of crochet project. Thanks for joining in Ginx Woolly Linx party for June.

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