Crochet Doilies Patterns
Filet Squared Doily
Date Added: October 12, 2015
This doily is primarily made with filet crochet but is done in the round. No need for a stitch chart with this one!
Rings of Clusters Doily
Date Added: December 5, 2014
This doily starts out with a ring of clusters around a center ring of sc. It is fun to make and would be pretty sitting under a bud vase!
Date Added: February 3, 2014
This doily is named after a town in Maine but it also is reminiscent of the dresden plate in quilting! It is fairly fast to make and would make a pretty addition to anyone's doily collection.
Celtic Star Doily
Date Added: January 12, 2012
This doily is fairly easy to make and can be completed in an evening or 2 depending on how fast you crochet. It would make a pretty addition to any decor.
Scallop Edged Filet Square
Date Added: July 16, 2011
This square doily is done in the round and starts off with just a simple 5x5 count square center and works out from there in a simple design without the use of a filet crochet stitch chart.
Open Shells Table Runner
Date Added: December 9, 2010
This table runner is 6 feet long and starts at the center. Work one end until you reach half the overall length you want it to be, then turn it around and start from the bottom and work the other end to match. It is easy to make but a large project that you want to plan ahead with. I worked 5 - 10 rows per day for about 6 weeks.
Center Star Doily
Date Added: August 22, 2009
This doily starts with a star motif, then has several rows of net stitch then it is surrounded by shells in a new color. It is fun and easy to make and would be a little bit of a challenge for a new beginner.
Simply Smalll Hexagon Doily
Date Added: April 21, 2009
This small doily is just the right size to place a candle onto or use as a coaster for a glass candy dish. It is fast and easy to make and would be a nice addition to any country decor. You will want to iron this doily to flatten it when you are done.
Diamond Squares Filet Doily
Date Added: August 25, 2008
This filet crochet doily is completely done without a chart. It is fun and easy to make for people who have done filet crochet before. It would make a great accent for any side or end table.
Shell Net Star Doily
Date Added: April 19, 2008
This crocheted star doily is fast and easy to make and is a good one for a beginner to try.
Hidden Hearts Doily
Date Added: October 21, 2007
This crocheted doily starts off in Filet crochet at the center, then is worked in the round using net stitches and shells to form 3 sections of hidden hearts with 3dc shells in each.
Bi-Color Square Doily
Date Added: April 22, 2007
This square doily is first made with filet in the round with one color, then lacets are added in white around the first color. It is fun and easy to make and can be made in an evening or 2 depending on your speed.
End Table Filet Doily
Date Added: February 10, 2007
This crochet doily pattern is meant to match the Coffee Table Doily also available on this site. It is fun and easy to make and would make a great addition to your living room decor.
Coffee Table Doily
Date Added: November 10, 2006
This large doily has just the right proportions for a traditional coffee table and would look great in anyone's décor who is decorating in the country theme. This pattern is first done in rows then in the round.
Date Added: July 23, 2006
This doily is easy to make and has 8 sides, hence the name. You can use it for making a sun catcher by mounting it inside of a brass ring.
Date Added: April 21, 2006
This doily is fun and easy to make and would look great hung on the wall as a wall hanging.
Lacet Windows Doily
Date Added: February 6, 2006
This doily is fast and easy to make and could also be easily turned into a table runner by following the instructions below.
Simply Delicate Filet Square Doily
Date Added: August 20, 2005
This square doily is made in the round and is fairly fast and easy to make. It is a good pattern to start with if you are a beginner in filet crochet.
Lacets & Shells Doily
Date Added: July 4, 2005
This doily is fairly fast and easy to make and could be made in a couple of evenings. It is a good one to make for beginners because it uses just basic stitches. It could also be used as a motif in a tablecloth.
Lacet Filet Square Doily
Date Added: May 10, 2005
This doily is fairly fast and easy to make and uses lacets and filets and done in the round. It could also be used as a motif or a granny square if you use worsted weight yarn and a size G or H hook.
Hospitality Square Doily
Date Added: March 30, 2005
This square is made with 4 pineapples surrounding a center medallion and would make a lovely addition to any doily collection you may already have.
Winter Reflections Doily
Date Added: November 14, 2004
This doily reminds me of reflections you would see if you had this between 2 mirrors facing each other and you looked into one and saw your self over and over and over again. But this is in a snowflake pattern.
Spinning Spiders Doily
Date Added: September 22, 2004
This doily looks like it has spiders around a center spinning web. It would be great made with black thread for Halloween.
Filet Net Star Doily
Date Added: August 30, 2004
This doily is made starting with net stitch and finishes off with filet crochet in the last 3 rounds.
Netted Shells Doily
Date Added: August 24, 2004
This doily is fast and easy to make. I made it in about 4 hours from start to finish including hand writing the instructions as I worked.
Date Added: July 28, 2004
This doily works up quickly and is fairly small. It would look pretty with a small figurine sitting on it on your coffee table or end table.
Illusions Filet Doily
Date Added: July 1, 2004
This doily has an optical illusion in it! It looks like the design in the filet section of it blends together.
Stranded Webs Doily
Date Added: June 7, 2004
This doily is small but fun to make. It sort of looks like 2 spider webs stranded together, hence the name. My daughter came up with the idea of the name. It can also be used as a motif in a tablecloth or a set of placemats.
Net Stitch Flower Doily
Date Added: May 14, 2004
This doily can be made in an evening. It is a small one, just perfect for a little accent on a small end table.
Lacy Octagon Doily
Date Added: May 11, 2004
This doily is fairly quick to make. I made it and wrote up the instructions in just a couple of evenings. You can also use it as a motif in a larger doily or tablecloth.
Lacet Circles Filet Square Doily
Date Added: April 16, 2004
If you look closely you can see the 2 circles that are made up of the lacets in this square doily done in the round. My favorite way of doing a filet crochet project.
Lacet Filet Bandana Doily
Date Added: August 17, 2003
This big doily can also be used as a bandana since it is 22" x 22"! Actually, my daughter asked for a crocheted bandana for school since her school does not allow girls to wear regular bandanas. It is made in the round so it is fairly easy to make. In fact, it is a great pattern to use to make a small tablecloth if you want by just repeating the rows that makes up the pattern design.
Spiral Web Doily
Date Added: March 12, 2003
This doily was named by my daughter Joanna. She really liked the spiral effect in the center of the doily. It is a fairly quick doily to make but you really need to pay close attention to the subtle changes in the instructions from one row to the next. I had to frog this one about 4 times from around round 18 or so in order to make it lay flat.
Snowflake Centered Doily
Date Added: November 30, 2002
This snowflake doily is fun and fairly easy to make. It is just the right size for a small bud vase to set on.
Lacy Round Doily
Date Added: March 21, 2002
This little round doily can be completed in just a few short hours in one evening. It is just the right size to put under a bud vase. Imagine a wedding with one of these little doilies on each table in one of the colors that are used in the wedding. It would be beautiful!
Lacy Flower Doily
Date Added: January 28, 2002
This pretty doily is tends to ruffle up while you are making it but once you iron it to block it, it will lay flat. It will have a spiral effect. It is fairly easy to make and can be completed in a couple of evenings.
Date Added: August 30, 2001
This table mat could also be made into a coaster with size 10 or 20 crochet thread. It can be used as is for an applique on a round pillow. Or it is even big enough for a round place mat for any dining table.
Date Added: August 15, 2001
This doily is made using the Shells Coaster motif. First one is made then each motif is joined as it is made on the last round. Using the joining technique in this pattern should make it possible to make an unlimited number of items with this motif. You are only limited by your imagination.
Ruffled Suncatcher Doily
Date Added: August 3, 2001
This suncatcher can be a doily by just not attaching it to the ring. It is done completely in filet in the round. Filet in the round is now my favorite method of crocheting in filet! So fun!
Little Medallion Doily
Date Added: June 22, 2001
This small doily is a fast project that can be made in a few short hours. Use it to place a bud vase on or as a large mug coaster. You could even put it into an 8" brass ring and hang it up in your window.
Date Added: January 25, 2001
Even though I used a solid color to make this doily, I combined net stitch with filet crochet for a very unique kaleidoscope-like design. If you have ever done painting on doilies, you could actually color this to look like a true kaleidoscope design.
Pineapple Snowflake Doily
Date Added: January 2, 2001
This doily is not for beginners but anyone who has made a few doilies should be able to figure this one out. Each of the 6 pineapples are made separately from each other. Then they are all joined together with 2 more rounds around the outside of each pineapple.
Web of Life Doily
Date Added: December 9, 2000
This doily looks like it has a small spider web in the center of it and I could not think of a name for this one so I asked my kids for a name idea. This is what my step son Kevin came up with! Perfect!
Lacy Ice Crystal
Date Added: September 4, 2000
This lacy design is fairly quick to make. The part that seems to take the longest to complete is the last row. I did have to rip out a few rows, a few times to get this to lay flat. I hope you like the results. This doily would look great stretched in a wire hoop and hung in a window as a suncatcher in the winter.
Irish Pineapple Filet Doily
Date Added: August 15, 2000
This doily combines versions of 3 types of crochet techniques. Irish Crochet, Filet Crochet and pineapples. It works up fairly quickly. You could complete it in a couple of evenings or if you like to crochet all day, it will take just a few hours.
Little Square Doily
Date Added: July 30, 2000
This little lacy doily may be just the thing you need to go underneath a small candle. Or you can make 9 of these to make a larger doily. You can even make a tablecloth with this doily by making a whole bunch! The last round can be worked so they are joined to the previous one as they are finished.
Thick & Chunky Doily
Date Added: March 30, 2000
This doily is made of yarn but can be easily made into an ornament if you use crochet thread instead. My intention with this pattern is to make a small mat of yarn that can be used to set something nice on on a bureau or small table.It looks really cute!
Date Added: March 25, 2000
This doily is perfect all by itself or it can be joined with several more just like it to make a placemat tablecloth or even a coverlet over a solid color bedspread. If you do join these together you would join them in the center of the shells that are on the outside of the doily with a sc.
Filet Snowflake Doily
Date Added: December 3, 1999
This doily is the third doily designed without the use of a stitch chart. It is a good pattern to use if you are just getting started with working in filet crochet. It will teach you the basic filet mesh as well as the lacet pattern of filet.
Filet Star Doily
Date Added: July 10, 1999
This doily is another filet type pattern that does not require a chart. Also the filet mesh is done a little differently in that it uses a dc ch3 dc style of mesh. Not the traditional dc ch2 dc mesh. You could make this star in a day or 2 evenings.
Small Elegance Doily
Date Added: June 14, 1999
This doily is designed with the bride in mind. It would make a great package topper for a wedding gift. She could then use it in her decor in her home.
Snowy Garden Doily
Date Added: May 28, 1999
This doily can be completed in an evening and would make a great last minute gift to give someone at any holiday or birthday. The way the doily is put together is to make the center motif first. Then make 1 motif at a time up to the 4th round attaching each motif to the doily as you work.
Filet Square Doily
Date Added: May 8, 1999
There are not very many filet doily patterns that are worked in the round but here is one I hope you enjoy. This doily would also be a great motif used in a table cloth or in a bedspread. It would be a long term project that you could take with you to make up the squares then sew them together when you have enough made.
Lacy Trellises Doily
Date Added: April 29, 1999
This doily looks like it has flower trellises all around it. I made this doily in about 4 hours and it really is not hard to do.
Little Pineapple Doily
Date Added: March 28, 1999
This small doily would also make a wonderful motif for a tablecloth or larger doily. Joining instructions are included at the end of these instructions. If you use size 30 thread it would also make a beautiful snowflake ornament.
Heart Filet Doily
Date Added: February 11, 1999
This heart filet doily would be great on a corner shelf or in a framed wall hanging. You could even make a table mat using worsted weight yarn and a size h or 5mm hook. The stitch chart is on the bottom of the page.
Date Added: October 9, 1998
This doily would look lovely as part of your holiday decorating. It works up quickly so you can spend more time with other things to get ready for your celebration.
Date Added: August 4, 1998
This doily gets it's name from the 3 sections of filet stitches that are separated from the 2 rounds of Lover's Knot Stitches. You could put a votive candle in the center of this doily for a very attractive centerpiece on a table.
Julie's Tablecloth Doily
Date Added: July 19, 1998
This doily can be easily made in an evening and if you make a pair of these it would make a nice last minute gift.
Long Bobble Doily
Date Added: July 8, 1998
This doily is made with the featured stitch. The Long Bobble. In the middle these stitches form a star or flower and looks really pretty.
Filet Cat Doily
Date Added: June 13, 1998
This cat doily done in filet crochet would make a great little accent on a night stand or a living room end table. I designed this pattern in order to explain and to show how to set up a filet pattern using Pattern Maker and an icon from the internet.
Pineapple Filet Doily
Date Added: June 10, 1998
I have been wanting to combine filet with pineapples and this is what I came up with. It starts out working in rows then is worked in the round for a unique look.
Summer Breeze Doily
Date Added: June 2, 1998
This medium sized doily is just perfect for adding a pretty accent to a wedding table. It would look great as part of a centerpiece.
Lacy Shells Doily
Date Added: May 12, 1998
This lacy doily works up fairly fast. I was able to complete it in two nights. Including writing down the instructions.
Hint of Pineapple Doily
Date Added: March 9, 1998
This lovely pink Hint of Pineapple Doily did not start out as a pineapple doily at all. In fact when I started to make this