[Free Pattern] This 3D Swan Doily Is Amazing!

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My grandmother used to have one of these. This vintage Swan Symphony doily by Coats & Clark is such an interesting and unique pattern. Is like an invitation to create something different and at the same time is such a challenge: this 3D doily pattern requires the necks of the swans to stand up. After all, these sensational 3D swans are making all the difference!


Six swan and four swan doily variations are given in the pattern.

This pattern uses UK crochet terminology.

This a vintage pattern so modern equivalents are a guess. You will need small amounts of orange and black thread in size 10 crochet cotton and a larger amount of size 10 cotton in white approx. 400 yards or so.

You will need a size 6(1.80mm) or 7(1.65mm) steel hook.

Swan Symphony by Coats & Clark

Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: Coats & Clark

Thanks to The Needlecraft Design Centre for the article inspiration and featured image.

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89 thoughts on “[Free Pattern] This 3D Swan Doily Is Amazing!”

  1. I have the old original pattern. Been wanting to make it for years but never have. I should go dig it out and make it. I’ve always thought it was so pretty. Thanks for the reminder! 🙂

  2. I used to make these only mine had 6swans and my one is different I’ve got 7 swans on my own .i made them in 1984 and people wanted them I made 68 mats hav’nt made one since 1996

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