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Summer doily / Centrino estivo

Well, as you know, it's hot. Incredibly hot. And I can't stand it, so I barely crochet anything these days. I've started a shawl so long ago I can't remember when and I'm adding a row a day - barely, as I said. But this doily, my very first one, took only a few hours to make, and it was fun: a present for my MIL's birthday, a few days ahead. She loves bright pink and bright colours in general, so when I found this thread I thought I'd use it to make something for her, and here it is!

Beh, come sapete, fa caldo. Incredibilmente caldo. E io non lo sopporto, quindi lavoro pochissimo a uncinetto in questi giorni. Ho iniziato uno scialle talmente tanto tempo fa che non mi ricordo più di preciso quando, aggiungo un giro al giorno - a stento. Ma per questo centrino, il primo che realizzo, ci sono volute solo poche ore, ed è stato divertente: un regalo per il compleanno di mia suocera, tra qualche giorno. Lei adora il rosa brillante e i colori vivaci in generale, quindi quando ho trovato questo filo ho pensato di usarlo per farle qualcosa, ed ecco qui!
Lo schema l'ho trovato su Pinterest: https://it.pinterest.com/pin/449797081511270905/


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  1. Un bellissimo regalo per la suocera...brava e che bei colori allegri!!Non parliamo di caldo sono ko!!BUona Domenica!!

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  2. Wow, beautiful! ♥ That's right up my alley, too :-). I'm sure she will love it! We're having a very hot summer here, too. I'm glad it makes a little brake today with reasonable temperatures, a little breeze and rainstorm. But the next heat wave is already coming next week. Happy Sunday, dear! Nata xxx

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  3. I just love the colors you made it with, it pops! So beautiful.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  4. What a gorgeous doily!! the colors really stand out.. i'm sure your MIL will love it :)

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  5. I love these colors too ... very good work !

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  6. It's very beautiful. Can we have some of your heat and we'll give you some of our wind and rain?

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  7. Lovely colors !!! Beautiful doily !
    Have a cool week !
    Anna

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  8. I like the new blog layout! and such a beautiful doily, I bet your MIL will love it :) gorgeous colours! xx

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