I have used three free-standing lace designs, duplicated them twice and four times, and created a large doily to fit my 200x360 mm (or 8x14" approx). The complete doily has been stitched out in one hooping only. The single free-standing lace designs
Years ago I saw a photo of a tablecloth made with hundreds (probably) of this single design, and it was spectacular. My eyesight doesn't allow me to do the same, but wanted to try making a doily to fit my 36x20 cm hoop, all in one hooping. This is the r
Loved this design and wondered what it would look like as a doily. I have used the Repeat function in my software to get it four times in a circle and this is the result. The single design comes from the Embroidery Favourites collection by Sue Box.
A doily/table mat/wall hanging using new designs from Sue Box. Designs from Nature's Pals collection. The frame isn't mine, when I bought it years ago, it was square and I have duplicated it to fit my hoop. Hugs, Lidia
For this doily, I have replicated a single design, called Gold Design, six times in a circle in one go, in my software and love the result. Also, I have added the single Rose design and repeated the same thing in my software. Both designs come from the Go
For this doily I have used a design called Oriel and a rose from A Romantic Era collection by Sue Box. I have duplicated the design six times and rotated all in one go, in my software. The frame is from Sue Box as well. The second photo shows the Oriel de