During the last Black Friday sale, I bought a Cricut Maker from the best deal…
I enjoyed making several of these heart doilies, and maybe you will, too! It would make a lovely seasonal decoration in your home.
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It would also make a nice gift. You could make a set of two for a bridal shower gift.
I did not have to go to great lengths to get this doily to lay right, or to set it after I finished crocheting it. Simply wash it gently in water and squeeze the water out. Then gently lay it on a towel and smooth it out. Then you can lay another towel on top of it, or roll it up in the towel under it (that is what I do). Check it after a day or so and it should be dry and nicely shaped.
It took me 1 and a half to 2 hours to make this heart doily. The directions are easy to follow, and there are no tricky stitches. You can purchase this Valentine Doily pattern at the same place I did for about $4 at CrochetMemories.com or by Clicking Here.
Sometimes it is hard to find a heart shape that really looks like a nice heart. This one is perfect!
I needed some miniature doilies for vases and things– so I shortened this doily to coaster size by stopping after the first round of hearts– isn’t it cute? (I also made a purple heart-ed one.)
Here you can see them side by side.
What do you think? Is this doily something that you would make?