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Saturday, 30 July 2022

Whirlpool Crochet Flower Doily Pattern



Crochet Doilies make lovely addition to your home decor. Crocheted doily patterns are very versatile and easily changeable to your liking. You can make them as small or large as you want. They are excellent crochet projects for both beginners and advanced crocheters. They often work up quickly and they make wonderful decoration items and great gifts.

Here is a simple pattern for Whirlpool Crochet Flower Doily. The pattern is easy and quick to make. It is just right for dressing up your little spaces on shelves and small end tables. You can also you up your scrap yarn to create this pretty little flower doily. You can use different color combination of your choice.




Materials Used:-
4 Ply Cotton Knitting Yarn 
4 mm Crochet Hook

Size:-
7 inches 

Notes:-
For this whole Pattern, the Starting Chain 2 is not counted as a stitch. It is just to bring the yarn to a working height. Start the next stitch in the same stitch.

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Let's Start...!!!

Round 1:-
Start with a Magic Circle.
12 Double Crochets in the circle.
Pull the yarn end to close the gap.
Slip Stitch on top of the first Double Crochet.



Round 2:-
Start with Chain 2(Not Counted as a Stitch)
1 Double Crochet in the same stitch.
1 Front Post Double Crochet in the same stitch.
Repeat(1DC,1FPDC in same stitch)
Slip Stitch on top of the first Double Crochet.




Round 3:-

Chain 2.
2 Double Crochets in between the Chain 2 and the First Double Crochet.
1 Front Post Double Crochet on the Front Post Double Crochet from the previous round.
2 Double Crochets in between the Front Post Double Crochet and the next Double Crochet.
1 Front Post Double Crochet on the Front Post Double Crochet from the previous round.
Repeat(2DC, 1FPDC)
Slip stitch on top of the first Double Crochet.





Round 4:-

Chain 2.
3 Double Crochets in between the Chain 2 and the First Double Crochet.
1 Front Post Double Crochet on the Front Post Double Crochet from the previous round.
3 Double Crochets in between the Front Post Double Crochet and the next Double Crochet.
1 Front Post Double Crochet on the Front Post Double Crochet from the previous round.
Repeat(3DC, 1FPDC)
Slip stitch on top of the first Double Crochet.



Round 5:-

Chain 2.
4 Double Crochets in between the Chain 2 and the First Double Crochet.
1 Front Post Double Crochet on the Front Post Double Crochet from the previous round.
4 Double Crochets in between the Front Post Double Crochet and the next Double Crochet.
1 Front Post Double Crochet on the Front Post Double Crochet from the previous round.
Repeat(4DC, 1FPDC)
Slip stitch on top of the first Double Crochet.



Round 6 to Round 8:-

Repeat the increase pattern for 3 more rounds.
Change yarn color at the end of Round 8.

Remember to :-
Start each round with Chain 2.
Keep increasing the starting stitch by 1 with each round.
1 Front Post Double Crochet on the Front Post Double Crochet.

The increase pattern will be as below:-
Round 6 - (5DC, 1FPDC)
Round 7 - (6DC, 1FPDC)
Round 8 - (7DC, 1FPDC)






Border:-
Chain 1.
1 Single Crochet each in 4 Stitches.
1 Picot Stitch.(i.e. Chain 3 and make a Slip stitch into the Bottom stitch).
1 Single Crochet each in the next 3 Stitches.
1 Front Post Single Crochet on the Front Post Double Crochet.
Repeat(1 SC*4 , 1 Picot ,1 SC*3)
Slip Stitch on top of the fist Single Crochet and weave off.






Here is the Summary of the Pattern:-

Round 1:-
Start with a Magic Circle.
12 DCs in the circle.
Pull the yarn end to close the gap.
Slip St on top of the first DC.

Round 2:-
Start with Ch 2(Not Counted as a St)
1 DC in the same St.
1 FPDC in the same St.
Repeat(1DC,1FPDC in same St)
Slip St on top of the first DC.

Round 3:-
Ch 2.
2 DCs in between the Ch 2 and the First DC.
1 FPDC on the FPDC from the previous round.
2 DCs in between the FPDC and the next DC.
1 FPDC on the FPDC from the previous round.
Repeat(2DC, 1FPDC)
Slip St on top of the first DC.

Round 4:-
Ch 2.
3 DCs in between the Ch 2 and the First DC.
1 FPDC on the FPDC from the previous round.
3 DCs in between the FPDC and the next DC.
1 FPDC on the FPDC from the previous round.
Repeat(3DC, 1FPDC)
Slip St on top of the first DC.

Round 5:-
Ch 2.
4 DCs in between the Ch 2 and the First DC.
1 FPDC on the FPDC from the previous round.
4 DCs in between the FPDC and the next DC.
1 FPDC on the FPDC from the previous round.
Repeat(4DC, 1FPDC)
Slip St on top of the first DC.

Round 6 to Round 8:-
Repeat the increase pattern for 3 more rounds.
Change yarn color at the end of Round 8.

Remember to :-
Start each round with Ch 2.
Keep increasing the starting St by 1 with each round.
1 FPDC on the FPDC.

The increase pattern will be as below:-
Round 6 - (5DC, 1FPDC)
Round 7 - (6DC, 1FPDC)
Round 8 - (7DC, 1FPDC)

Border:-
Ch 1.
1 SC each in 4 Sts.
1 Picot St.(i.e. Ch 3 and make a Slip St into the Bottom St).
1 SC each in the next 3 Sts.
1 Front Post SC on the FPDC.
Repeat(1 SC*4 , 1 Picot ,1 SC*3)
Slip St on top of the fist SC and weave off.

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2 comments:

  1. Your Whirlpool Crochet Flower Doily turned out beautifully! It looks great in a single color. Thank you for linking up at our weekly Link Party! You are being featured at our Wednesday Party #463 this week. Here’s the direct link to the post in case you’d like to share your feature:
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    Hope to see you again next week! Rhondda

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