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Little Pinapple Doily

Little Pineapple Doily Designed By Julie A. Bolduc

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.
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Materials Needed:
Size 10 Crochet Cotton. Southmaid was used. Cream
Size 7 steel crochet hook
Tapestry Needle for weaving in ends

Thread Thickness: 10thread
Gauge: 10sc=1"
Finished Size: 6½"x5½"
Skill Level: Intermediate

Instructions
RND 1: Ch12. Join w/slst to first ch to form ring. Ch4, dc in same st as slst. Ch3. *Sk next ch. Dc, ch1, dc in next ch. Ch3. Rep from * around. Join w/slst to 3rd ch of ch4.

RND 2: Ch5. *Dc in next dc. Dc, ch3, dc in next ch3 sp. Dc in next dc. Ch2. Rep from * around. Join w/slst to 3rd ch of ch5.

RND 3: Ch7. *Dc in next dc. Dc, ch3, dc in next ch3 sp. Sk next dc. Dc in next dc. Ch 4. Rep from * around. Join w/slst to 3rd ch of ch7.

RND 4: Ch4. *Dc, ch1, 8 times, in next ch4 sp. Dc in next dc. Dc, ch3, dc in next ch3 sp. Sk next dc. Dc in next dc. Ch1. Rep from * around.

RND 5: Ch6. * Sk next ch1 sp. (Sc in next ch1 sp. Ch3.) Rep bet () 6 times more. Sk next ch1 sp. Ch3. Dc in next dc. Sk next dc, ch3 sp & next dc. Dc in next dc. Rep from * around. Join w/slst to 3rd ch of ch6.

RND 6: Ch6. * [Sk next ch3 sp. (Sc in next ch3 sp. Ch3.) Rep bet () 5 times more. Sk next ch3 sp. . Dc in each of the next 2dc.] Rep from bet [ ] 4 times more. Sk next ch3 sp. (Sc in next ch3 sp. Ch3.) Rep bet () 5 times more. Sk next ch1 sp. Dc in next dc. Join w/slst to 3rd ch of ch6.

RND 7: Ch6. * Sk next ch3 sp. (Sc in next ch3 sp. Ch3.) Rep bet () 4 times more. Sk next ch3 sp. Dc in each of the next 2dc. Rep from * 4 times more. Sk next ch3 sp. (Sc in next ch3 sp. Ch3.) Rep bet () 4 times more. Sk next ch3 sp. Ch3. Dc in next dc. Join w/slst to 3rd ch of ch6.

RND 8: Ch6. *[Sk next ch3 sp. (Sc in next ch3 sp. Ch3.) Rep bet () 3 times more. Sk next ch3 sp. Dc in next dc. Ch3. Dc in next dc.] Ch3. Rep from * 4 times more. Rep bet [] once. Join w/slst to 3rd ch of ch6.

RND 9: Ch6. *[Sk next ch3 sp. (Sc in next ch3 sp. Ch3.) Rep bet () 2 times more. Sk next ch 3 sp. Dc in next dc. Ch3. Dc, ch3, dc in next ch3 sp. Ch3.] Dc in next dc. Rep from * 4 times more. Rep bet [] once more. Join w/slst to 3rd ch of ch 6.

RND 10: Ch6. *[Sk next ch3 sp. (Sc in next ch3 sp. Ch3.) Rep bet () 1 time more. Sk next ch 3 sp. Dc in next dc. Ch3. Sc in next ch3 sp. ch3. Dc, ch3, dc in next ch3 sp. Ch3. Sc in next ch3 sp. Ch3.] Dc in next dc. Rep from * 4 times more. Rep bet [ ] one more time. Join w/slst to 3rd ch of ch6.

RND 11: Ch6. *[Sk next ch3 sp. Sc in next ch3 sp. Ch3. Sk next ch3 sp. Dc in next dc. (Ch3. Sc in next ch3 sp. Twice.) Ch3. Dc, ch3, dc in next ch 3 sp. Rep bet () once. Ch3.] Dc in next dc. Rep from * 4 times more. Rep bet [] one more time. Join w/slst to 3rd ch of ch6.

RND 12: *[Ch8. Sc in next dc. (Ch3, sc in next ch3 sp, 3 times.) Ch3. Dc, ch3, dc in next ch3 sp. Rep bet () once. Ch3. ] Sc in next dc. Rep from * 4 times more. Rep bet [] one more time. Join w/slst to first ch of ch8. Fasten off and weave ends into work.

To join motifs together to make large doilies or a tablecloth. You will be joining the motifs together on rnd 12. Make one complete motif then join them as you complete each one.

RND 12 to join. [Ch4, sc in ch8 lp of previous motif. Ch4. Sc in next dc. (Ch3, sc in next ch3 sp, 3 times.) Ch3. Dc, ch1, sc in ch3 point of prev motif, ch1, dc in ch3 sp of current motif. Rep bet () once. ] Ch 3. Then continue rnd as for previous motif.

Join the next motif the same way. When you need to join more than one side of the same motif to others, work as you did bet []. I suggest making a strip of motifs the length you want the motif to be. Then when adding another row, this is where you will be joining two sides of the motif.

This is hard for me to explain without actually making a tablecloth.

Design written on Sunday, March 28, 1999. Copyright ©1999 By Julie A. Bolduc p111007

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