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  • Samantha Jennings

    Obsessed with idea! Use thrifters crochet doilies to create a window covering. I'm already envisioning making one to layer underneath my existing black bedroom curtains.

  • Tracey Brimble

    Dishfunctional Designs: Vintage Lace & Doilies: Upcycled and Repurposed | Lots of great ideas to use those spare doilies you make!

  • Stormie Duffy

    LOTS of creative uses for old lace and doilies, can put many of these to use! Great ideas here if you love shabby chic, country, old lace, etc.

  • Jess Connell // jessconnell.com

    embroidery hoops and doilies - window treatment? what a neat idea-- especially if/when doilies are dyed!

  • Clorinda Wise

    Awesome panel made with "embroidery hoop crochet motifs" {by woolly fabulous, via Flickr}

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crochet window lace | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Choose a doily that'll end how you want it too, may take a little improvising to get it the right size, then bend a wire to fit snug into window frame, attach doily to wire with double stitches. I used curtain wire but it wasn't tough enuf n kept falling out so my partner squeezed sturdy wire into it. Jobs a good 'un :) (hope this helps)

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Just a picture on a Spanish blog, but the idea is cute and looks like it could be easily hacked.

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