Peppermint Candy Doily

Peppermint Candy Doily

"Peppermint Candy Doily Crochet Pattern by Sara Sach Can be made with or without the Candy Wrapper Edges. makes a great placemat or dishcloth as well. Skill: Easy Materials: Crochet Hook – I Yarn- Cotton – White – C1, Red – C2 (1 oz. of each color) Yarn needle Stitches: Stitches: Chain (ch) Slip Stitch (sl st) Single Crochet (sc) Double Crochet (dc) Skip (sk) Space (sp) Special Stitch: V Stitch (Vst) - “1dc, ch1, 1dc” Size: Circle is 11 X 11, 11 X 15 with Candy Wrapper edges. Please do not copy or redistribute this pattern."

NotesMakes a Great Washcloth, dishcloth or placemat as well as, a doily.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size11 X 11, 11 X 15 with Candy Wrapper Edges

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Last year I changed my holiday theme to a peppermint theme. This will be added since it's easy and won't take me long at ll. I have ornaments, lights and dishes with this design on them. I can even hook a few together for a table runner. Thank you for allowing me to add to my collection.

Ive recently gotten interested in making homemade candy (again), and this would be the perfect extra to give with a batch of butter mints. It looks complicated but its really just rounds of V Stitches. If you have the least hesitation, watch the embedded video. Its slightly over 40 minutes long, so you could work this as a Crochet Along.

This is so cute! I would definitely make it for a holiday party. It would also make a great hostess gift, especially since they could choose what to do with it since it has many uses.

Delighted to see this pattern for a doily as it is so versatile. I plan to make a set as place mats for my friend's new table. I think I shall stick to the colours shown as it reminds me of the mints we can buy. How about you? What colour combination would you go for?

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