My Granny’s series features one round granny squares. This makes it really great for using up those tiny bits of yarn in your stash. If you don’t need a placemat, use it as a larger doily. You'll need 282 yards of worsted weight yarn. As a placemat, I recommend cotton since it's more durable, but as a doily, acrylic works too. I used Lily Sugar n Cream for my placemat. Alternatively, I recommend WeCrochet Dishie (cotton) or Red Heart Super Saver (acrylic). I have included instructions to make a variety of sizes depending on your preference. This placemat took me about 8.25 hours to complete.
Have you ever seen something cuter and adorable than this Lily and Sugar cute crochet dishcloth? You can crochet this cloth for kitchen purposes, as well as for kids. Use Lily Sugar N Cream yarn in hot orange, soft pink, black and blue colors. It may look tricky to make this tiny napkin, but you can work on it efficiently with a free pattern and all written details. yarnspirations
Daisies are my favorite flower so when I wanted to add some cute pillows and a placemat to my new swing setting I decided to design snappy daisy. It worked out great and can be made in any choice of colors. I have included instructions for making 2 sizes. Both sizes can be placemats and pillows. Description: Instructions included for making a daisy shaped placemat and/or pillow. Skill Level: Easy. Basic crochet skills needed, plus must be able to read a crochet pattern. Materials Yarn: worsted weight. Sample Colors: Red Heart Super Saver Bright Yellow, White, Royal, Cherry, Shocking Pink, Pumpkin, Turqua Crochet Hooks: H, I, J Miscellaneous: Yarn needle, sewing needle, thread, small buttons (optional for eyes), Fairfield Poly-fil stuffing (optional for pillow) Details Flat Daisy Measurement: regular – 15” across; large – 18” across Gauge: Not important for this project
Beautify your table using this textured, colorful floral doily placemat. You can use these doilies for gift-giving and home decorating. Use a variety of colors to give a vibrant look to your cute little doilies. Stuff is 4 ply knitting cotton yarn and a crochet hook. rajiscrafthobby
This hand towel combines 6 different stitch patterns that together make such a beautiful textured pattern! You'll need some worsted weight cotton yarn. I used Lily Sugar n Cream in my favorite Ecru colorway, but Paintbox Cotton Aran and Crafters Secret Cotton are great alternatives! It is also great for using up cotton scraps you might have in your stash - change colors for each stitch pattern. This hand towel took me 5 hours to complete.
This circular rug from scraps is the perfect stash buster. Moreover, since it’s made of strands bound together, it’s easy to expand as needed, just add more scraps. Therefore, the size is also quite arbitrary, and you can make it however you wish.
The full article about the pattern is available on Ravelry.