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
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
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
I have chosen a free-standing lace corner design and have used my embroidery software to create this doily. The free-standing lace is called Krystal corner from Just Lace collection by Sue Box. The photo #2 shows the corner design I have used. I have
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
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.
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