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sock yarn doily, you done me wrong!!

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I tried making a doily with some old sock yarn called magic stripes that I got from Big Lots a while back. I recommend: do not try this at home!!

 

Any suggestions what to do with it??

 

The second picture is how the same pattern looks done with Bernat satin and an I hook.

 

C&C certainly welcome.

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I think it would look nice under a bland flower pot...the edges sticking out would liven it up a little...I like it.

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Ok Im gonna be the odd ball here but I really like it I think it stands out on its own and I love how the colors worked up in it. I would display it on the wall

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There are 2 odd balls here. I like the one made with the sock yarn, I really like the colors. I could picture that out on my July table.:hook

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Second one looks pretty. LOL. Where did you get the pattern? It looks like Ive seen it before. I wonder if I have it or not.

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I'd mat it with a neutral color, and frame it for a wall display.

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well consenses is in.. I like it.. even thou you can't see the detail pineapple like in the white... it's pretty!. mabey use it under a lamp? under a flowerpot? I dunno but I too like it.

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I really like it too....put under a clear glass vase would look great :)

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It's called eight-pineapple doily. I found it in a booklet called Quick & Easy Crochet May/June 1993. I found a whole stack of these at a thrift store here in El Paso.

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I think it looks great as well. Something a little different.

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