Saturday, 4 August 2012

Doily Round up

Hi Girls, I am sure all of you are looking forward to the weekend especially those of you who have full time jobs. Yeah... I remember the feeling. But ever since I have become a SAHM my feelings about the weekends has changed. Because you see I was "Born to crochet, Forced to cook"..... okay, just joking there! In fact on Sundays we have really special lunches which always includes fish as my hubby is a fish gourmand.

A big hug to Carina from Carinas Virkning and Lizzie Kate at Grandma's Grapevine. Welcome aboard.

Oh God! Another week is coming to an end. So many patterns, so little time. I am adding the finishing touches to a crochet purse. So, today I will let my doilies do the talking. This is a round up of all the doilies that I have already spoken about somewhere on the blog, just to have them together in one place.

So here goes.










That is all for today. I know you must be busy with your plans for Sunday.  Do let me know if you were playing hooky and share the pics. 

See you later, crocheters
Love xxx


14 comments:

  1. Your doilies are beautiful - I really like the pink variegated one. Have a great weekend. :)

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  2. Incredible artisan pieces of crochet...you must be very proud of all this!

    Keep well

    Amanda :-)

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  3. Your doilies are all so pretty. I haven't done anything with crochet thread yet, and certainly would go crazy with such detailed patterns. My attention span is very short the older I get. :) Have a great week. Tammy

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  4. Oh, what a great parade of doilies! Love them all.

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  5. Hi Sangeetha!!
    Very beautiful crochet pieces are nice and special!
    Thank you for visiting my blog and for your lovely comments!
    About my tableclothes now.I sell them i don't make them only for personal use!I am very happy you liked them!
    Kisses Sophie..

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  6. Oh my, Sangeetha. Those are so pretty. I can remember my Mom making doilies. She loves the pineapple pattern and has made bunches of that pattern. She even made both my sister and I a crocheted tablecloth. It is so delicate and pretty. Unfortunately at the time I had a rectangle table and now I have a round one. Oh well, I may have another rectangle table in the future or I can pass it on to one of my kids. Have a great weekend!

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  7. A big Thank you to all my dear friends for your kind comments.
    Love xxx

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  8. "Born to Crochet, Forced to Cook" - YES! Although I love cooking, it does take away from crochet time. :)

    Amazing doily collection! You're very talented.

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  9. Wow they're all gorgeous! I couldn't choose a favourite if I tried! Maggie xx

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  10. That's a pretty collection. Sangeetha, looking forward to sew more and more beautiful doilies like this from you. Keep going.

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  11. Lovely lovely doilies dear Sangeetha!
    I liked the variegated pink one the best tho ;)

    Thanks for visiting me and your lovely comments. Hand made by mom frocks are the best aren't they? Waiting to see your hex-blanket he he ;0)

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  12. Ek se badkar ek! They are all lovely. And quite unique too. Wonderful crochet:)

    Aishwarya

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  13. So many really lovely pieces! Beautiful :)

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