Prim & Propple Doily
|Sugar and Cream - Kelly Green|
This worsted weight, crochet doily is perfect to use as a hot pad with your teapot.
Measures 9 inches in diameter
I ball worsted weight cotton yarn
Size G crochet hook
Ch 4 and join with a sl st in beg chain.
Round 1: Ch 4 (counts as 1 dc, dc 17 in ch circle, join with slipstitch in top of beg dc. (18 dc)
Round 2: Ch 3, popcorn in st at base of ch, *ch 4, skip one st, popcorn in next st, repeat from * around, sl st in beginning st. (9 popcorn sts)
Round 3: ch 1, sc 5 in each ch 5 loop. Sl st in beg st.
Round 4: *Ch 5, sl st in 3rd sc, ch 5, sl st above popcorn. Repeat from * and slip st in beg st.
Round 5: *Chain 5, sl st into 3rd ch (mid arch), then ch 5, sl st in sl st of previous row. Repeat from *, sl st in beg st. (18 loops)
Round 6: Sl st to middle of loop, *ch 5, sl st in middle of next loop. Repeat from * around. (18 lps)
Round 7: Repeat round 6
|Peaches and Creme - Key Lime Pie|
Round 9: Ch 1, *sc in next lp right next to popcorn, 2 dc in sl st, sc in next lp right near next popcorn. Repeat from * around. Sl st in beg st.
Round 10: *Ch 4, sl st in 3rd dc, ch 4, sl st between sc sts. Repeat from *. Sl st in beg st.
Round 11: Sl st to center of next lp, *ch 4, sl st in next lp. Repeat from * around to last ch 4 & join with sl st in beg st.
Round 12: Repeat round 11.
Round 13: Sl st to center of next lp, *ch 5, sc in next lp. Repeat from * around ending with ch 5, sl st in beg st.
Round 14: Sl st to center of next lp, *ch 1 sc in same lp, dc in sc (valley), ch 3, dc in same sc, sc in lp near top. Repeat from * to end of round. Break yarn and weave ends.
|Peaches and Creme - Sea Mist|
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Very pretty. I love variegated yarn, too.ReplyDelete
Thanks! I recently ran across this and the bath mat pattern and realized I'd forgotten to post them.Delete
Your doily is very lovely and the color is wonderful... I also just notice your Tulip Stitch cloth. I am going to give a go. Thanks for sharing your patterns. I would also like to wish you and your family a Very Happy Easter Holiday. hugs JudyReplyDelete
Thank you, Judy! I hope you enjoy the Tulip Stitch Cloth.ReplyDelete
Your doilies are so nice! My mom made an afghan using the popcorn stitch and I love it.ReplyDelete
Have a great weekend!
Thanks, Vicki! I bet your mom's afghan is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Toni, The yellows and greens remind me of my Nana who lived in Jackson, Mississippi. Very pretty work and tension on your yarn. I have never made a doily...but I am working on some booties :)ReplyDelete
Thank you, Jacqueline! I hope you'll post a picture of the booties when you're finished with them.ReplyDelete
Oh, nice doily! Thank you very much for sharing, I love those popcorn stitches and how they make the fabric thick enough to hold a hot teapot. Needless to say, I have to give it a try even if I don't have a teapot! (I am a tea bag user) ;-)ReplyDelete
Happy Resurrection Day!
Hi Alhana! I use some loose tea, but I'm a teabag user, too! It's all good. *chuckles* Glad you like the doily.ReplyDelete
I can't comment on the bathmat post, but I would love for my daughter to make one of these...how long do you suppose it would take to knit this up?ReplyDelete
I knitted this bath mat in a few weeks working on it for a while each day. It knits up fairly quickly since it's made holding two strands of yarn together. I hope your daughter enjoys knitting it. :)
Oh~ that is beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
Teach me to crochet... puhleeeze? :)
I'm working on this and have run into a couple of problems. It may just be me but......ReplyDelete
In Rnd 9 do you sl st in the loop on each side of the popcorn and work 2 dc in the sl st?
And in Rnd 10 it says to sl st in 3rd dc but there aren't 3 dc groups in Rnd 9 and it says to sl st between the sc sts and there aren't 2 scs together in Rnd 9 so I'm confused. You can reply to me at butterflycrochet at gmail.com.
Wanda, just follow the directions in US stitches and it will be fine.ReplyDelete