It’s been over 120 years since this crochet doily pattern was published which is good news for us because that puts it firmly in the public domain. This vintage doily consists of a central flower medallion and is surrounded by leaves and petals. I’m working on the pattern and know that the central crochet flower is quite pretty and could easily be used alone.
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Wonderfully looped and stylized vintage crochet doily pattern. It uses only three stitches but it still looks like it might pose a challenge to even experienced crocheters.
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Our first Easy Doily Pattern was truly a Crafty Tipster original pattern. Our second easy crochet doily is a vintage design where I’ve rewritten the pattern and added instructions on how to begin and end each row to make it easier for beginning crocheters.
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Great vintage crochet motif with picots. I updated the pattern to include how to finish each row and share what it looks like using both crochet thread and 4-ply yarn.
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Olive Squares is another vintage crochet doily pattern I’ve found. The original pattern designer suggests using this pattern to make a counterpane. To me, the pattern is interesting enough to be made into a doily or pillow cover.
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The Flower Stand doily is one of several patterns from The Lady’s Album of Fancy Work. This pattern, along with a number of others was first published in 1850.
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The Mat for Flower Vase is one of several patterns from The Lady’s Album of Fancy Work. This vintage crochet doily pattern, along with a number of others was first published in 1850.
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The D’Oyley is one of several vintage crochet doily patterns from The Lady’s Album of Fancy Work. This pattern, along with a number of others was first published in 1850.
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When designing this easy crochet doily pattern, The Crafty Tipster wanted to keep the counting and fussy stitching to a minimum to make it easier for first-time doily makers and a quickie pattern for more experienced hookers.