If you are looking for the perfect wedding gift, housewarming gift or just a nice way to personalize your table, the Mandala Placemat pattern is for you. It is worked in the round, changing color for each round. Materials I used the following materials for this pattern: 3 mm hook Cotton yarn: In total, you will need 2 50g skeins of Schachenmayr Catania Originals per placemat. They have 96 colors for this yarn, you’ll definitely find some for your placemats. I used 10 different colors but you can choose as many or as few you want. T-pins for blocking. Size The finished size of one placemat is 37 cm. It has taken me a lot of time and trial and error to decide on the best size. It had to be big enough so you can enjoy it when the table is set but not take too much room on the table so you can still seat people. So 37cm it is. Abbreviations I use UK notations. sl = slip stitch ch = chain dc = double crochet tr = treble crochet dtr = double treble crochet puff = puff stitch.
If you are looking for the perfect housewarming gift or just a nice way to personalize your table, the Mandala Placemat Free Crochet Pattern is for you. A single colored placemat is easy to crochet with focus on the structure of the stitches. It’s amazing how much little details can enhance the look of your home. Crochet placemats are often rectangular but they don’t have to be. You can put a unique twist on the style at your dinner table by using these round placemats instead. They are also functional; they help to protect your table (or other surfaces) from spills, scratches and scrapes. Thanks Fille Wegler, Hortense and Kajsa Hubinette for sharing these free crochet patterns. The link for the free pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting.
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Placemats like these would make a fabulous addition to your outdoor picnic table, especially when celebrating holidays like Memorial Day and the 4th of July. They are made with plarn, an interesting material to upcycle for use in crocheting placemats. This free pattern also comes with instructions for complementary plarn coasters.
Note that it's not recommended to use these placemats for hot dishes, but they're ideal when serving sandwiches, salad, pickles, or other similar picnic fares. Best of all, plarn is easy to make (for free) using readily available materials. And of course, you could opt to use different plastic bag colors to make similar crochet placemats without the red, white, and blue theme.
Looking for an easy summer crochet project? These simple fringe placemats add a touch of whimsy touch to your boho table décor! The free placemat pattern comes in three sizes - mini for coasters, midi for fruit bowl or vase place mat and maxi for table placemat! This crochet coaster pattern is so easy to customise and great for beginners! The pattern includes instructions to extend the spiral to make it as large or as small as you want. You could crochet boho place mats, hot pads, table mats, use it as a flower vase base mat – the options are endless! This pattern is also accompanied by a video tutorial.
This pattern can be crocheted in brown shades of yarn to make a grizzly bear rug. In fact, black bear coats can be brown, blue-black, blue-grey and even white in colour. Materials Rowan Pure Wool Superwash DK, 100% wool (137yd/125m per 50g ball), or any DK yarn: 6 x 50g balls in 114 Caviar (A) 4 x 50g balls in 118 Granite (B) 1 x 50g ball in 119 Mole (C) Approximately 92.5in (235cm) length of brown DK yarn, such as 110 Dust (D) for the eyes Approximately 23.5in (60cm) length of white DK yarn, such as 012 Snow (E) 4mm (UK8:USG/6) crochet hook Blunt-ended yarn needle Toy stuffing Size Approximately 32.25in (82cm) wide and 27.5in (70cm) long (excluding head) This pattern by Vanessa Mooncie was originally published in Crocheted Animal Rugs and is shared with permission from GMC Publications Ltd.
This is an easy crochet pattern that works up quickly using treble crochet stitches, worsted weight yarn and a size J crochet hook. It requires only ten short rows of stitching. Then you add the simple crochet shells around the border to create a scalloped edge. Simple, beautiful, and fun to work up in a single color or an array of hues.