Pineapple Crochet Lace Doily and Basket Sets
Three Sizes included

Design's are Stand alone Lace
Instructions Included for assembly
the basket is about 3-6 inches tall.. and doilies are about 10-12-14 inches in diameter
I used 2 layers of water Soluble Stablizer, no cutting needed it tears off like perforated paper
number 12 schmetz universal needle,
40 weight Madeira Rayon thread top and bottom on the basket,
and bobbin thread on the doilies
I did wash out the water Soluble Stablizer on the doilies, but left enough for stiffness,
Please Follow my Instructions in the PDF file

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Assembly Instructions

Embroidery out 9 pineapples

Then I just zig zagged them together
not a satin stitch just a zig zag
and then I did a narrow satin stitch
around the center to finish it off

placement of the 9 pineapples for a doily
Washing instructions


I take the full sewn doily or the partial sewn basket
and lay flat in a pizza pan
I leave for about 10-20 minutes or until
the showing water Soluble Stablizer is dissolved then I lightly rinse under the tap till all excess is gone,
about 30 seconds. then lay on a towel, smoothing out
then I lay a towel on top and a heavy book
for about 30 minutes to an hour,
then I remove the book and top towel
and let dry.

Basket Assembly

you will need 6 pineapples
of the basket design and one center

Sew together using a zig zag leaving the final seam open

Follow the washing directions for the doily, and then sew the rest of the basket together
the water Soluble Stablizer now is working like a real stiff Starch Now place the basket bottom and zig zag around
keeping each pineapple matching with the section of the base

When center is totally sewn then turn in your machine.
the basket will cup behind ,
now sew up the last seam
Voila'' all done


Project By Lynn. a friend in Australia

Project By Myrna Rosebrook
Email her at
myrna.r@sasktel.net

Design Specifications

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