Doilies Intermediate Free Tatting Patterns
Centrino Mamma [offsite link]
Here´s another beautiful doily from the Italian site Il Chiacchierino de Isla.
Communion Centrepiece [offsite link]
You will need to mount this lovely piece on fine linen for it to look its best.
Daisies and Clover Doily [offsite link]
This lovely doily is by Emma Crew and would be a good one for a first doily pattern.
Doily Motif [offsite link]
This one is from a series of lessons written by Sabina Carden-Madden and again the tatting is not particularly complex for a lovely result.
Doily/Skirt Edging [offsite link]
Sabina Carden-Madden has designed a beautiful doily with a pretty edging.
Dutch Doilies [offsite link]
Here is a Dutch site with some pretty patterns including a number of lovely doilies.
Eleonore Endrucks-Leichtenstern doily 1922
An original doily by Eleonore Endrucks-Leichtenstern, (German) Leipzig, Germany, Beyers Handarbeitsbücher 9, 1922
Free Patterns [offsite link]
This web site contains lots of lovely doily patterns on PDF files but you have to sign in in order to access them. Most are traditional style tatting.
Green Vedallia/Onion Ring doily [offsite link]
This doily by Roger AKA Freedman will give good practice in making onion rings.
Mom´s Doily [offsite link]
Here is a pretty doily by Nancy Price, tatted for her mother.
Oval Doily [offsite link]
Here is another page from the Italian site Il Chiacchierino de Isla, the instructions are in Italian but the illustration of the doily is clear enough.
Petit Four Pineapple [offsite link]
This doily by Roger AKA Freedman gives an interesting example of pineapple style work interpreted in tatting.
Rose in the Snow [offsite link]
This lovely doily uses an unusual layering technique to create the rose in the centre.
Sarah´s Claddagh [offsite link]
This beautiful doily by Edward Chevalier is featured in the gallery on his web site and he has kindly provided the pattern for us to enjoy.
Small Doily [offsite link]
Another lovely little doily from Il Chiacchierino de Isla.
Square [offsite link]
This piece by Roger AKA Freedman will suit those who wish to practice lock joins and spiral chains.
Star Spangled Doily [offsite link]
This gorgeous doily by Sharon Albers would be a good first doily for the improving beginner. You need to know how to do shuttle thread joins but otherwise it´s reasonably straightforward and not too large a project. Enjoy!
Variation on Rose Rogers´ Round Robin [offsite link]
Here is a lovely variation on Rose Rogers´ round robin mentioned earlier. A little more involved than the original pattern it´s still very pretty and I´m sure you will want to keep the pattern.
Violets Doily [offsite link]
Abby has designed some beautiful things and here is her lovely violets doily.
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