Thursday, 3 January 2013

Mustard Doily

Hello beautiful people. A tour through Blogdom shows that everyone is busy with their "first project for 2013". And that is really good news, because it means we are going to have a wonderful crafty year ahead.

I finished weaving in the ends on my Mustard Doily and here it is: Ta - Da



I have used Bliss Knitting cotton and a 2.00 mm crochet hook. I chose this pattern as I wanted a fast and small project. Well, it has turned out to be 17 inches in diameter....hardly small!!

This year I plan to try my hand at Tunisian crochet and hopefully I should ...before the year ends.

See you soon. Looking forward to some lovely projects from all of you.
Here is some inspiration for you... LOL.

via Facebook

Haha... I hope Hubby is not reading this.
Take care and happy crafting.

Love xxx


13 comments:

  1. Nice doily and neatly done! My guess about that new year image is that you must have shown that image to your hubby ;)

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  2. Beautiful doily Sangeetha. :)

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  3. Very pretty doily this is! I too want to try my hand at Tunisian crochet, but somehow get sucked up in just crochet projects :)

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  4. Very pretty doily Sangeetha. Very neat work too.

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  5. Such a beautiful job! I really love the color too :)

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  6. the doily is beautiful, Sangeetha:) good start of the year!
    love the resolution too, hehe.
    just wanted to ask if you could suggest any cotton yarn, available in India,for a slouchy cap..i'm quiet puzzled whether i can find it here or not.

    Have a nice day!:)

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  7. Wow Sangeetha, this doily is a dream! Gorgeous ♥
    Can you tell me where you got the pattern from? Maybe I'm just blind ;-)
    Happy new year to you!!

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  8. I definitely would not consider your doily a simple project. Looks pretty detailed to me. It's very pretty! I always choose to do crochet over housework. Best wishes, Tammy

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  9. Happy new year and thank you for the nice comment! Lovely doily :-)

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  10. Wow ! Sangeetha, that looks really beautiful.

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  11. Olá Sangeetha, muito obrigada pela visita em meu blog. Também adorei conhecer seu trabalho, já estou te seguindo e voltarei sempre para conferir as novidades. Sobre o bolero independente do fio ou da agulha que você usar eu sugiro que você faça mais carreiras em volta para modificar o tamanho da sua peça. Neste link você vai ver esse bolero em tamanho G http://amagiadocroche.blogspot.com.br/search/label/Bolero%20Laos. Dá para ter uma noção de como fazer os aumentos, espero ter ajudado. Um abraço e feliz 2013.

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  12. Wow the doily looks absolutely beautiful ! Love it :)

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