Thursday, January 16, 2014

Apple Doilies

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Let me guess.  You woke up this morning thinking "gee, I'd love to look at a doily to really get my day going!"  Well my friend, you are in luck. Here's a cute and quick little doily that I made two of (one in the color "natural" and the other in white) for Christmas.  They went to two fabulous ladies who have an apple decor in their kitchens.

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For the crochet specifics, I used size 10 crochet thread, a 1.65 mm hook, and the pattern that can be found here. (Ravelry pattern page here.)

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These little doilies were pretty quick to crochet!  The only time consuming part was sewing in the ends from the color changes, but it was well worth the final result!

Hope you all are having a great week!

13 comments:

  1. So nice to see your doily work again, Kate! These are two stunners! What a coincidence that two ladies you know have an apple decor in their kitchens. They must have been thrilled with your gifts. They are so beautifully made and I especially like the one with the white thread which looks so fresh against the red and green of the apples!

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  2. That's an awesome doily, Kate !! :) thanks for sharing!!
    Did you join green color separately for each apple?

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  3. They're both very nice. I'll bet the two ladies love them. :)

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  4. Very pretty :-) I've been wanting to make some doilies. Thanks for the inspiration.

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    1. Thanks! I'd love to see any doilies you make! I can never get enough doilies!
      Kate :}

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  5. Oh! These are gorgeous! If I could makes these I do not think I would have a job stopping. Fantastic work.

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  6. Oh my goodness. Yes, these are quite lovely, and just the inspiration I needed. I'm not very good at crochet. I wish I had paid attention to my mother who could do it with her eyes closed. Nice job! Aloha

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    1. Thank you!! I think crochet is one of those things that takes just a little practice, but in no time you find you can do it without thinking!
      Happy crocheting!!
      Kate :}

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  7. Es Preciosooooo!!! Gracias por compartir enlace del patrón.
    Besos y a tejer!!!

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