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Daffodil Doily Crochet Pattern

Updated on October 4, 2013

Free Crochet Pattern :: Daffodil Doily

Spring is in the air with this popular vintage daffodil doily. What a breathtaking centerpiece. People can't help commenting on the beauty of this work of art. Whether you like doilies in general or not, everyone likes the artistry of this design. The daffodil motifs can be worked separately for other projects as well. How about a vase full of these beautiful happy flowers. This is one of my most popular doily patterns and I'm sharing it with you exclusively on Squidoo.

I hope you enjoy this free pattern from Vintage Home Arts. You'll find the link to the pattern down in the next section.

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Doilies Are Back

Doilies aren't just for Grandma's house anymore. Doilies are back in style and some of them you won't believe. There's a big move for black doilies and they're gorgeous, but I like them mostly for Halloween. Spiderweb doilies are great decorations for a houseful of spooks. But if you're not ready to go quite that far, just looking at the daffodil pattern should inspire you to brighten up the traditional white and off-white versions of the old fashioned doily. Any doily pattern lends itself to color. Set your imagination free. But don't forget to add a little spider to your Halloween doily.


Featured Free Crochet Pattern :: Daffodil Doily

A treat for yourself or a gift for someone special

Many people order this pattern to use the daffodil motifs in other projects, like corsages, bouquets, and bridal and shower favors. It's not just for doilies, but it sure makes an impressive one!

For the full printable pattern, simply click on this link DAFFODIL DOILY.

How to Crochet a Doily - Learn how to knit and crochet in just minutes.

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      myspace9 4 years ago

      Beautiful lens.