Our crochet crinoline doily boasts pink ribbons and is made in honor of breast cancer awareness. 50% of the proceeds will go toward cancer research! Six cute girls hold hands through a pink ribbon held between them while full skirts give way to a double row of scallops edged in light pink. Made in honor of all breast cancer victims, this doily is dedicated to Evie Jane Mashburn, my friend and pattern tester's mother-in-law who lost her battle with cancer. Work ribbons in different colors to support other causes!
100% cotton thread, size 10
Steel crochet hook size 8 (1.50 mm)
14 1/2-inches dia
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From left to right: Jewel, Shirley, Wanda, Carmen, Candee, and Marie
Shirley writes: "Yes, I received the pattern just fine. I have been looking at this pattern for a while now and decided I would make this into a Christmas Crinoline Doily!! I'll send you a picture when done! Thank you for checking to see if I received it. I never have any problem receiving, reading or making your patterns!"
Wanda writes: "I was very happy to make my sister the Circle of Hope doily as she is a survivor of breast cancer. I took 2nd place in our fair with this one. Such a terrific pattern."
Carmen writes: "I seem to have developed an addiction to your Crinoline Circle Doilies. The color combinations are endless. This is one addiction I do not want a cure for. Thanks again for your wonderful designs."
Cassanrdra writes: "I enjoy your patterns so much! I find myself going to them first when I am looking for something to do. The Circle of Hope I am planning to do and donate to the hospice where I work for them to use for an auction item. Thanks again for sharing your lovely visions!"
Karen writes: "Yes, I have received the instructions, and I have begun working on this project. It is a little advanced for me skill, but I have the ribbons done, plus the center and 3 hats. I only got the instructions this am , as you know, and it is now noon in Florida. I made the pieces I have done so far, during my lunch hour!"
Marie writes: "wanted to show you the finished project... The background fabric looks blue but it is a deep purple as purple is the color for all cancers too!"