5 Doily Afghan Patterns
Crochet these 5 Doily Afghans with Medium Weight Yarn. They will make beautiful and unique accent piece to your rooms!
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Title: Doily Afghans
Designers: Jo Ann Maxwell, Lucille LaFlamme, Sandra Jean Smith, Dot Drake & Michelle Crean
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Doily Afghans Book Review
Doily Afghans includes 5 lacy designs you can crochet with medium weight yarn. You can even wear many of these as circle shawls because the finished fiber is lacy it makes them lighter weight than regular blankets of the same size.
These afghans were created and modified from doily patterns. This brings a traditional and timeless look to the finished projects.
You can choose to crochet these in multiple colors or in one single color for a more timeless and traditional look.
The 5 Patterns Included
- Pineapple Fantasy. Difficulty: Experienced. Size: 30 inches diameter. Hook: 6 mm (J)
- Green Heather. Difficulty: Intermediate. Size: 42 inches diameter. Hook: 6 mm (J)
- Ocean Ripple. Difficulty: Intermediate. Size: 40 inches diameter. Hook: 5 mm (H)
- Pineapple Celebration. Difficulty: Intermediate. Size: 60 inches diameter. Hook: 5 mm (H)
- Circle of Stars. Difficulty: Experienced. Size: 51 inches diameter. Hook: 6.5 mm (K)
Take a closer look at the beautiful Doily Afghans here.
An assembly diagram is provided for Circle of Stars. Circle of Stars is the only Doily Afghan which requires assembly, the rest of the projects are worked in rounds.
Each pattern is written in American Crochet terms. Headings are in larger fonts and in contrasting colors to the rest of the pattern instructions. Bold font has been used to emphasize each round and important text included within the pattern. If any special stitches are used for the specific pattern, they are included in the Special Stitches section within that pattern. The recommended gauge is also included, as well as, Pattern Notes which includes helpful information for joining and starting chains.
The eBook is in full color, with images for each pattern.
Note, if you are working on the Ocean Ripple Pattern, the last 2 rounds are carried to the end of the book and can be found on page 21.
Yarns Used for the Projects
- Premier Yarns Deborah Norville Everyday Soft Worsted (Pineapple Fantasy)
- Premier Yarns Deborah Norville Everyday Heathers (Green Heather)
- Premier Yarns Deborah Norville Everyday Soft Worsted (Ocean Ripple)
- Premier Yarns Deborah Norville Everyday Heathers (Pineapple Celebration)
- Premier Yarns Deborah Norville Everyday Soft Worsted (Circle of Stars)
The basic stitch guide is provided at the very end of the eBook beginning on page 22. If you need additional help you can check out Annie’s Online Stitch Guide.
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There are 2 things that I liked about this review. You stated what brand of yarn/color was used for each afghan and the difficulty for each one. The difficulty of a pattern is important to know.
Love these doily afghans. Thanks for your review.
Thank you for this review! I have never heard of Doily Afghans until today. Very interesting.
I think these are so unique…
Loved your review on doily afghans. Easy to follow n explained well. Loved the link to hints n tips cheers
please review ripples looks lovely
It’s really beautiful! Thank you!
Those are gorgeous, I love anything pineapple. I’d like to see a review if Angels Around The World, it looks out of the ordinary.
Thank you for a wonderful review of these beautiful and lacey bed throws. They look really interesting!
I’d love to see you review the Fair Isle crochet or the Military Tartan Throws. Also the Chainlink Afghans & Pillows Crochet Pattern Book or Irish Crochet Pattern would be pretty cool too! 🙂
I have made doilys for some time and love the idea of making afghans with them. Thank you for posting a review about the book. I willbe purchasing it.