I am always delighted to see upcycled doily items by Maillo in my Instagram feed, and it’s pure joy to go through the online Maillo boutique. I thought I was going to say more about this but what I find as I sit down to write this is that the images really and truly speak for themselves!
I love the colorful freeform doily art by Asimina Chremos, which I first featured here on the blog over a year ago and then mentioned again about six months ago.
What would you do with a stack of doilies right now if you were at your most creative?
If you love creating the traditional doily and using it as the ornamental mat that it’s intended to be, that’s great. But if you don’t like the traditional doily, there are still many different ways that you can create and use doilies.
Asimina Chremos creates doily-inspired works of free form colorful crochet art.
Street Crochet Artist NeSpoon juxtaposes the fragile lacework of doily crochet with the hard landscape of urban settings