Crochet Pattern for Peach Rosewhirl Doily Crochet Pattern
Among all of the crochet patterns at Maggie's Crochet, the Peach Rosewhirl Doily
Crochet Pattern is one of the most beautiful from Maggie Weldon Designs. A quick look
shows the amount of design skills necessary to create a crochet pattern of this
beauty. The execution of the pattern, however, is not as difficult as it might seem, at
The original pattern was created in 1944 and has been admired for many decades. The
current crochet pattern is an improved version that is easier to crochet, as well as more
impressive to look at, with the proper coloration of the threads.
Two thread colors are required in this crochet pattern: white and peach. The pattern
will work with other colors, but this particular mix highlights the best features of this
crochet pattern, its romantic nature and its careful planning.
The final result is an impressive doily with a diameter of about 18.5 inches that can
rest beautifully on every table, no matter how large or small. This crochet pattern
advises the use of cotton thread, size 10, in both of the previously mentioned colors.
You will need as much as 250 yards of the white thread and about 124 yards of the
peach. Crocheting the doily is fairly easy and even a less experienced crochet creator
could do it. The pattern is easy to understand; a child with a basic knowledge of
crochet pattern reading could complete this pattern successfully.
Besides the cotton thread, a simple steel crochet hook number 7 and a little patience,
is all that is needed to create this special Peach Rosewhirl Doily. As you can see from
the pictures, your patience will be well-rewarded.
It is not easy to find such a beautiful, romantic, and elegant pattern, regardless of how
many crochet patterns you examine. If you are looking for a crochet pattern that
you will be proud to show around, then look no further. This pattern is worthy of both
the price and the time that you will spend to create it.