Easy To Make Doily Free Crochet Pattern




At the first sight this beautiful crochet doily might appear too complicated for you, especially if you are an absolute beginner, but here on Yarnandhooks we have brought you some very helpful and easy to follow instructions including a free pattern and video tutorial with the step by step guidelines.

These directions will definitely make your crocheting process much more enjoyable and entertaining. Just follow them patiently and try to make each and every stitch according to the instructions. As a result you’ll get this kind of a pretty doily in just a short period of time.

So, let’s get down to the business. Enjoy yourself and do not forget to share your experience with us and other crafters. Good luck and happy hooking.





Materials used:

  • 100% cotton yarn – 50 grams
  • 180 metres, weight: 1 – super fine
  • A 2,5mm (C) crochet hook

The doily measures approximately 27cm in diameter.

sl st. – slip stitch, ch – chain stitch, sc – single crochet, hdc – half double crochet, dc – double crochet, trc – treble crochet, dtrc – double treble crochet, dc3tog – 3 double crochet closed together.

Ch8, sl st. into the 1st ch to form a ring;

R1: Ch2, 15hdc into the ring, sl st. on top of the ch2;

R2: Ch5 (counts as a dtrc), (ch6, 1dtrc)*15 times, ch3, 1dc on top of the ch5;

R3: ch1, 1sc, (ch6, 1sc into ch6 space of the previous round)*15 times, ch2, 1trc into the 1st sc;

R4: Ch3 (counts as a dc), 4dc, ch2, (5dc into ch6 space of the previous round, ch2)*15 times, sl st. on top of the ch3;

R5: Ch3 (counts as a dc), 4dc + 3dc )into ch3 space of the previous round) + 5dc, ch3, (5dc + 3dc (into ch3 sp.) + 5dc, ch3)*7 times, sl st. on top of the ch3;

R6: 2 sl st., ch3 (counts as a dc), 8dc, ch3, 1dc into ch3 space of the previous round, ch4, 1dc into ch3 sp., ch3, (skip 2 stitches, 9dc, ch3, 1dc into ch3 sp., ch4, 1dc into ch3 sp., ch3)*7 times, sl st. on top of the ch3;

R7: 2sl st, ch3 (counts as a dc), 4dc, ch3, 9dc into ch4 space of the previous round, ch3, (skip 2 stitches, 5dc, ch3, 9dc into ch4 sp., ch3)*7 times, sl st. on top of the ch3;

R8: Sl st., ch3 (counts as a dc), 2dc, ch3, (1dc, ch2)*8 times, 1dc, ch3, (skip 1 stitch, 3dc, ch3, (1dc, ch2)*8 times, 1dc, ch3)*7 times, sl st. on top of the ch3;

R9: Ch2, dc2tog, ch3, (1dc, ch3)*8 times, 1dc, ch3, (dc3tog, ch3, (1dc, ch3)*8 times, 1dc, ch3)*7 times, sl st. on top of the dc2tog;

R10: Ch1, 1sc, ch3, (dc3tog into ch3 space between dcs of the previous round, ch1, ch3picot, ch1)*7 times, dc3tog, ch3, (1sc, ch3, (dc3tog, ch1, ch3picot, ch1)*7 times, dc3tog, ch3)*7 times, sl st. into the 1st sc;

ch1, cut off the yarn and weave in the ends.

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5 Responses

    • Chain 3 and slip stitch in the 1st stitch,of the chain Some people slip.stitch into the same base stitch. A picot makes a tiny loop.

  1. Is there a link to the video tutorial? I am having trouble with figuring out where to join my rounds.

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