Daisily Doily by Inas @inas.craft

Daisily Doily
by Inas @inas.craft
http://inasbasymeleh.blogspot.com/

daisily doily

Hi All!!

Welcome to my first mini-CAL (Crochet along)!!!
Firstly, I’m sorry if my english is not good enough haha.. Still learning in English. I hope you can understand 🌹🌹and don’t hesitate to correct me, I’m really thankful for that 🌹

I’m really happy to share this simply beautiful Daisily Doily’s pattern and make it as a mini CAL! Oh it will be fun! Thank you very much for all my testers! They are : Paulina Smith, Asraa Ahmad, Rhoda Farrelly, and for Indonesian pattern testers : Mba Ony Nurhayati and Mba Ika SumarniAnd thank you very much for Julia Veloso for translating my pattern to spanish.

(If you want to translate this pattern to your language too, welcome! Just tell me 🌹)
 
Crochet along is where we crochet a project in a specific time together. And this is a MINI CAL because this simply beautiful doily just 11 rounds. It will be 5 part, which I will give pattern for 2-3 round each day (so we will crochet for 5 days together! Yass!!)
🌼You can join Facebook Group too for update, sharing, and help (Click here)
Let’s take a look to all my testers’ beautiful doily :
By Paulina Smith
by Ony Nurhayati
by Asraa Ahmad
By Rhoda Farrelly
By Ika Sumarni
🌼 ATTENTION
**This pattern is FREE for all. If you want other people to join this mini CAL, please appreciate me by sharing the pattern’s link (this blog), not by copy the pattern. Please not copy, edit, and sell in part or whole pattern. You may sell your finished project, and please don’t use my pictures and testers’ picture to promote. Thank you for your attention 🌹**
🌼 Share your project with us
If you are on instagram, don’t forget to use hastag #DaisilyDoily to be featured and feel free to tag me @inascraft
You can also add this project to Ravelry queue (CLICK HERE to ravelry)
🌼Translation

Thank you very much for all who translate this pattern 🌹🌹

If you want to translate this pattern to your language too, welcome! Just tell me 🌹)
🌼 Yarn and Hook :
I use Alize Bahar yarn and other similar type of yarn which is sport yarn and 3.5 mm hook. You can use any yarn and suitable hook, and of course your favourite colors! Love to see how this doily will become with another colors.
🌼 Finished Size :
My finished doily size is appx 30 cm in diameter. It depends on yarn and hook you use.
 
🌼 Abbreviation (US term) :
Before we start, this is the abbreviation used in the pattern :
rnd – round
ch – chain
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
slst – slip stitch
sp – space
st – stitch
sk – skip
FPsc – Front Post Single Crochet
FPdc – Front Post double crochet 
FPslst – Front Post Slip Stitch
dc-cl – double crochet cluster (dc tog in 1 st/place)
picot – ch 3, slst into front loop and vertical loop of last st
Popcorn – make 5 dc in indicated st, drop loop from hook, insert the hook through top of first st made, place dropped loop on hook and pull through st, ch 1 to secure (this ch 1 does not count as a st in the pattern
Puff – (yo, insert the hook in the indicated st, yo, pull up loop) 3
times, yo, pull through all 7 loops on the hook, ch 1 to secure (this ch 1 does not count as a st in the pattern)
🌼 Pattern
rnd 1
Rnd 1 : {color A} in Magic Ring, ch 3 (count as a dc), 11 dc in Magic ring, slst in 3rd ch of initial ch 3. Fasten off. [12 dc]
rnd 2
Rnd 2 : {attach color B with a slst in any st} (ch 8, sc in 3rd ch from the hook, hdc in next 5 ch, slst in next dc) repeat 12 times. Fasten off. [12 petals]
Rnd 3 : {attach color C with a slst in any petal’s corner (in ch-2 space or in the 1st/2nd ch} (ch 8, slst in 5th ch from the hook (ch-5 sp made), ch 3, slst in next petal) repeat 12 times. Fasten off. [12 ch-5 sp]
Rnd 4 : {attach color C with a slst in any ch-5 sp} ch 2 + 2-dc- cluster in same place (count as 3-dc-cluster), ch 2, (3-dc-cluster + ch 2) 2 times in same place, ((3-dc-cluster + ch 2) 3 times in the next ch-5 sp) repeat 11 times, slst in the first 3-dc-cluster. Fasten off. [36 3-dc-cluster, 36 ch-2 sp]
rnd 5
Rnd 5 : {attach color A with a slst in any ch-2 sp after first 3-dc-cluster of a group of 3 dc-cluster} ch 1, 3 sc in same place, FPsc around next cluster st, 3 sc in next ch-2 sp, sk in next cluster st, dc + ch 2 + dc in next ch-2 st, sk next cluster st, (3 sc in next ch-2 sp, FPsc around next cluster st, 3 sc in next ch-2 sp, sk next cluster st, dc + ch 2 + dc in next ch-2 sp, sk next cluster st) 11 times, slst in first sc. [12 FPsc, 72 sc, 24 dc, 12 ch-2 sp]
rnd 6
Rnd 6 : {same color} slst in next 3 st (now you’re on FPsc) ch 1, sc in same place, ch 1, sk next 4 st, (tr+ch1) 6 times in next ch-2 sp, sk next 4 st, (sc in next FPsc, ch 1, sk next 4 st, (tr + ch 1) 6 times in next ch-2 sp, sk next 4 st) 11 times, slst in first sc. (12 sc, 72 tr, 84 ch]
rnd 7
Rnd 7 : ch 6 (count as a tr and ch 2) tr in same place, ch 3, sk next 6 st, sc + ch 2 + sc in next ch-1 sp, ch 3, sk next 6 st, (tr + ch 2 + tr in next sc, ch 3, sk next 6 st, sc + ch 2 + sc in next ch-1 sp, ch 3, sk next 6 st) 11 times, slst in 4 th ch of initial 6 ch. [24 tr, 24 sc, 24 ch-2 sp, 24 ch-3 sp]
rnd 8
Rnd 8 : slst in next ch-2 sp, ch 5 (count as a tr and ch 1) (tr + ch 1) 5 times in same place, tr in same place, ch 3, sk next : tr + ch 3 + sc + ch 2 + sc + ch 3 + tr, ((tr + ch 1) 6 times in next ch-2 sp, tr in same place, ch 3, sk next (tr + ch 3 + sc + ch 2 + sc + ch 3+ tr)) 11 times, slst in 4th ch of initial ch 5. Fasten off. [84 tr, 12 ch-3 sp, 72 ch-1 sp]
rnd 9
Rnd 9 : {attach color B with a slst in any ch-3 sp} ch 1, sc same place, dc + ch 4 + dc in ch-2 sp of rnd 7, sc again in same previous ch-3 sp, ch 1, (puff + ch 1 in next ch-1 sp) 6 times, (sc in next ch-3 sp, dc + ch 4 + dc in ch-2 sp of rnd 7, sc again in same previous ch-3 sp, ch 1, (puff + ch 1 in next ch-1 sp) 6 times)) 11 times, slst in first sc. Fasten off. [72 puff, 24 sc, 24 dc, 12 ch-4 sp, 84 ch-1 sp]
rnd 10
Rnd 10 : {attach color C with FPslst in any first puff of a petal} ch 3 (count as FPdc), (2 dc in next ch-1 sp, FPdc around next st) 2 times, 2 dc + ch 2 + 2 dc in next ch-1 sp, FPdc around next st, (2 dc in next ch-1 sp, FPdc around next st) 2 times, (FPdc around next puff st, (2 dc in next ch-1 sp, FPdc around next st) 2 times, 2 dc + ch 2 + 2 dc in next ch-1 sp, FPdc around next st, (2 dc in next ch-1 sp, FPdc around next st) 2 times) 11 times, slst in first FPdc, then do needle join (NJ) with next st. Fasten off. [144 dc, 72 FPdc, 24 ch]
rnd 11
Rnd 11 : {attach color C with a slst in any ch-2 sp} ch 1, 2 sc + picot + 2 sc in same place, BPhdc in next 8 st, ch 1, sk 1, popcorn in ch-4 sp of rnd 9 (work in front of rnd 10), sk 1, BPhdc in next 8 st, (2 sc + picot + 2 sc in next ch-2 sp, BPhdc in next 8 st, ch 1, sk 1, popcorn in ch-4 sp of rnd 9 (work in front of rnd 10), sk 1, BPhdc in next 8 st) 11 times, slst in first sc and fasten off or better join with NJ. [12 popcorn, 192 BPhdc, 48 sc, 12 picot, 12 ch]
Weave in all yarn ends.
Blocking to make the doily looks perfect (optional) 🌼
daisily doily
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If you are on Instagram, don’t forget to use hastag #DaisilyDoily to be featured and feel free to tag me @inas.craft
I’m happy to see all your finished Doily 🌼🌸
You can also add this project to Ravelry queue (click link to ravelry)
See you!

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