35 Free Crochet Doily Patterns

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This week’s FCPF (Free Crochet Pattern Friday) Category is: Doilies

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FCPF 35 Free Doily Patterns

1. Serendipity Hearts Doily – Dearest Debi

2. Doily Flake Ornaments by Lisa Gutierrez

3. Petite Independence Day Doily – Crochet Memories Blog

4. Sun-Flower Doily by Rhelena’s Crochet Patterns

5. Hexagon Doily by Sonea Delvon

6. Doily Hoops by A la Sascha

7. Flower Nupp Doily by Sonea Delvon

8. Pansy doily by Janet McMahon

9. Scalloped Doily by Amy Lehman

10. Pineapple Spring Delight Doily – Crochet Memories Blog

11. April Garden Motif & Doily by Sue Perez

12. Chunky Doily Pattern in Two Sizes by Kara Gunza

13. Not your Grandma’s Doily by Janette Williams

 

14. Mother & Daughter Doilies by American Thread Company

15. Rose Doily #804 by American Thread Company

16. Cluster Stitch Doily by American Thread Company

17. Double Pineapple Doily by American Thread Company

18. Two-tone Doily by American Thread Company

19. Star Center Doily by American Thread Company

20. Doily 4403 8 Point Star by American Thread Company

21. Double Pansy Doily by American Thread Company

22. Shaded Pink and Lavender Doily by American Thread Company

23. Spider Web Doily by American Thread Company

24. Black Eyed Susan Doily #D-207 by The Spool Cotton Company

25. Pink Pineapple Doily by American Thread Company

 

26. Pineapple Doily #7275 by The Spool Cotton Company

27. Crochet-A-Long Doily by Cylinda Mathews

28. Granny’s Doily by Lisa Goins

29. Tea Time Doily by Foothills Of the Great Smoky Mountains

30. Peony Doily by Mom’s Love of Crochet

31. lacy doily t-shirt yarn rug by Anneke Wiese

32. Pineapple Petals by Royal Society

33. Forget-Me-Not Doily by American Thread Company

34. Eight-Inch Doily by Jacqui Cunningham

35. Triple Rose Pineapple Doily by Vintage

 

You may also like these Vintage Doily Publications.

They are no longer under copyright and available for free online!

Lily Design Book No. 79 Doilies Shelby, N.C., Lily Mills Company, 1956, 15 pgs.
Lily Design Book No. 79 Doilies
Shelby, N.C., Lily Mills Company, 1956, 15 pgs.
Huston, Mira, ed. Centerpieces and Doilies: Home Needlework Series Boston, Home Needlework Publishing Co., 1916, 20 pgs.
Huston, Mira, ed.
Centerpieces and Doilies: Home Needlework Series
Boston, Home Needlework Publishing Co., 1916, 20 pgs.
www.antiquepatternlibrary.org pub PDF FlowerDoilies64.pdf
Star Book No. 64 Flower Doilies and a new pansy doily New York, American Thread Company, 1949, 15 pgs

Leisure Arts also has some fantastic publications available. Here are a few examples.

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23 Comments

  1. Me encanta el tejido a crochet y me gustaria que nos muestren como seguir paso a paso los trabajos y asi poder aprender gracias.

  2. I love to make pretty things and these round ups you do make it so easy, thank you!

  3. I love all traditional patterns of doilies, but many of them look like our granny’s style which I love even more. Thank you!

  4. I LOVE this group of doilies! I love to crochet doilies and use them in unique and wonderful ways! Thanks for sharing.

  5. Thank you for providing the links to the old patterns! Mahatma a gold mine!

  6. Thank you for these. I’ve just started trying my hand at making doilies and there are so many here that I can try. 🙂

  7. I love this roundup. These make great dream catchers. I have already made a couple of these and can’t wait to make some more.

  8. You are very welcome Carol 🙂 I wish there were 2 more of me !! lol Can’t wait to see it 🙂 Have a lovely day, Rhondda

  9. Thanks, Rhondda! WOW! You answer so fast! are there two or more of you – to get everything done that you do?

    I played with it a abit this morning….I think by doing single crochet around corner and gradually working up size of stitches I can do it…have to work on it more and count stitches….but what I was getting was pretty darned close to a circle…Hmmm! maybe I’ve come up with something new here!
    When I get it worked out correctly (with stitch counts, etc.), I’ll let you know.
    Thanks again for all you do and for all your work!
    You, girl, are awesome!

  10. Hi Carol,

    Thank you 🙂

    I have never tried to make a square become a circle – and I have not seen a tutorial on this before. I would probably make a 2nd project in different yarn to play with (trial and error) so as not to wreck your current project – a little more work but probably a lot less stress in the long-run 🙂 Good luck! and I’d love to see it when you are done 🙂 Rhondda

  11. Another great round-up Rhondda! Thank you again for your hard work! you are awesome!
    Here’s a question for you….I have a small (3 round) square that I’d like to incorporate into the crown of a sunhat….thanks to you and others, I’ve mastered the circle to square…now I have to figure out the square to circle! (and it’s cotton which doesn’t always unravel easily….don’t want to lose what I’ve already done….
    experimenting could mean I cannot unravel if it’s not right…
    Have you done this?