Crochet Placemat Patterns

Crochet Placemat Patterns

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Here is a group of different crochet placemats to enjoy.


Options Placemat & Coaster Pattern

Options Placemat and Coaster

Options Placemat and Coaster

This pattern is a really pretty beginner pattern, that you can work up in your favourite colours. Work this Options Placemat & Coaster to match either your kitchen or your dishes if like me you have a set with colour. I really love that the pattern has a matching coaster as well.

Designed by Marilyn Coleman this placemat pattern was worked up using RED HEART® Eco-Cotton™Blend, I’m not sure that this yarn is still out, I haven’t seen it in awhile. If you don’t have that particular cotton yarn on hand use any of your favourite cottons to work up this pattern.

Free Pattern:

Free Pattern: Options Placemat and Coaster

Crochet Pinwheel Coasters Pattern

Crochet Pinwheel Placemat

Crochet Pinwheel Placemat

Enjoy making these fun Pinwheel Coaster and Placemat design for your holiday decor. Using any yarn colours you wish, your Candy Swirl can be any combinations of colours. You need three colours in all. Two colours are for the swirl and then an outside border colour to block it all in together.

Designed by Mary Jane Protus this pattern was worked up using RED HEART “Holiday”. Loving the fun round shape this would be a great one worked up in any holiday colour combinations.

Free Pattern:

Free Pattern: Crochet Pinwheel Placemat

Tutorial

Mad For Plaid Crochet Placemat Pattern

Crochet Mad For Plaid Placemat

Crochet Mad For Plaid Placemat

I love plaid so this would likely end up my everyday set done in Red and black to match my kitchen. This Mad For Plaid Crochet Placemat would look cute worked up in any Holiday colours.

This easy placemat pattern was worked up using Lily® Sugar’n Cream™. It’s really a neat approach to how the vertical stripe is added, it would be fun to attempt it for bigger projects.

Free Pattern:

Free Pattern: Crochet Mad For Plaid Placemat

Crochet Celtic Placemat Pattern

Crochet Celtic Placemat

Crochet Celtic Placemat

Although this pattern is considered an intermediate pattern, if you have basic knowledge of the fillet this Celtic Placemat would be fairly easy. There is a diagram to show where your stitches would be for us visual learners.

Designed by Susan Lowman this really pretty placemat was worked up using AUNT LYDIA’S® “Classic Crochet Thread”. This placemat worked up in a set would make a great gift for someone you know who uses them, as well as a fancy pattern for your own table. There are some really pretty colours in Aunt Lydia’s crochet thread colour.

Free Pattern:

Free Pattern: Crochet Celtic Placemat

Crochet Placemat Pattern

Crochet Placemat

Crochet Placemat

This is a really cute easy little pattern, that reminds me of older style placemats. With this Crochet Placemat pattern, you could have fun with colours work them up in holiday colours, or simply your favourite colours. This placemat is also a great stash-busting pattern.

Design by Vicki Blizzard this pattern was worked up using RED HEART® “Super Saver®”. This is a great little everyday placemat, another great craft show item in sets of 4 or 6.

Free Pattern:

Free Pattern: Crochet placemat

Crochet Holiday Placemat Set Pattern

Crochet Holiday Placemat Set

Crochet Holiday Placemat Set

This lovely little Holiday set will look great on the table for those meals during this time of year. You could also work up this Holiday Placemat Set in different colours for the other times of the year if you are looking for something a little more on the simple side, just leave off the holly and leaves.

This placemat pattern was worked up using RED HEART® Holiday. it’s another great craft show item, of course, once you are done making a set for yourself.

Free Pattern:

Free Pattern: Crochet Holiday Placemat Set

Pattern Suggestions

  1. Knit Mad for Plaid Blanket Pattern
  2. Vibrant Tank Topper Crochet Placemat
  3. Crochet Roll & Go Placemat Patterns
  4. Sundial Crochet Placemat Pattern

Crochet Patterns For The Kitchen

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