Doily Doodles

I have been away for the last couple of weeks. I was in Denmark for a shot of family and hot summer weather and even managed to get a bit of colour on my nose… I was also in London for a happy shot of sisterly energy!

However, there is no travel without crochet and bringing a hook on the aeroplane is never an issue, unlike knitting needles, not when using Clover Soft Touch crochet hooks anyway.
I brought a ball of ecru DMC Babylo 40 and my 0.75 mm crochet hook – that is some 1167 meters of thread and many hours of crochet and boy did I have fun!

I made crochet doily doodles – they shaped themselves in my hands and I really enjoyed the process!

Doilies for Culture Night ProjectCrochet Doily Doodles © Irene Lundgaard 2012

I have a notion that they are to be part of one of my contributions to Culture Night in Tinahely on Friday September 21st – or perhaps not. One thing is for sure, I have not finished exploring this fun form of free form crochet.

5 responses to “Doily Doodles”

  1. Jenny says:

    These are fabulous.

  2. Irene says:

    Thank you Jenny, they are great fun to make!

  3. Karen Baker says:

    your a total whizz. . fab

  4. And the sisterly energy was surely the best part. 🙂 Ok, the doilies are gorgeous!

  5. Irene says:

    Thank you so much Karen! I’m having great fun with them and I know you can do them too! Right? Right!