I saw this small free-standing lace design and wanted to know if I could make a doily with it. In my software, I have rotated it six times in a circle, and am trilled with the result. The design is called Old Lace Small and is part of the Designer Lace Co
I have mirrored the free-standing lace doily design to create a larger one. Part of the left-hand design has been stitched out using a #80/12 needle but when I realised that the tension wasn't right on the top and also at the bottom, I replaced the n
I have made this doily using 1 of the 3-part Adah design (8 times) from the Just Lace collection by Sue Box. The Adah design also comes in one part for larger hoops but I wanted to try to create a doily with part of it. Hugs, Lidia
I have created this doily using a free FSL (free-standing lace) design from Sue Box. The free design is called Adah Motif, from the Just Lace collection. I have used the Auto Repeat tool from my software to get the design repeated six times in a circle
I have made this doily with a FSL (free-standing lace) design called Abir Motif from the Just Lace collection by Sue Box. I have used the Auto Repeat tool from my software to duplicate the design six times in a circle. The rose design in the middle is
What do you give a Mum for Mother's Day? A doily, of course! The ribbon design is called Flower Corner and the little bird is part of Tina, both designs from Enchanted Fairy Treasures; FSL corner and border from Classic Lace Collection. All the desig
FSL doily from Classic Lace Collection by Sue Box. For this doily I have used the Taj Design-small and the Bowl Centre design from the Classic Lace Collection. The doily fits my 200x200mm hoop and I'm very happy with the result.