Imagine preparing for a dinner party and feeling like something is missing.
Plain, uninspiring placemats just won’t cut it. But then, you remember a free crochet placemat pattern you saw online for a crocheted Tangerine Placemat.
You pick up your crochet hook, stitch away, and soon, you’ve created a masterpiece. The bright orange hue ties the whole room together and adds a touch of whimsy to your table.
All your friends ooh and aah over the unique placemats, and you feel a sense of pride knowing that you’ve added your personal touch to the evening. The Tangerine Free Crochet Placemat Pattern has transformed your dining experience from boring to magical.
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Cotton yarn and environment
Ok, now your friends and family love your new crocheted placemats! but there is more….
Not only do handmade placemats add a unique and personal touch to your dining experience, but they’re also a sustainable choice for the environment.
By using cotton yarn, you’re opting for a natural and biodegradable material, unlike plastic or synthetic placemats that can harm the planet. Plus, you can wash and reuse your handmade placemats again and again, reducing waste and promoting eco-friendliness.
It’s a win-win for both you and the environment.
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Let’s get to the pattern, shall we?
Drops Paris 100% cotton yarn, 50gr, 75 mtr, 82yrds in color 71 one skein per placemat
Hook: US Size H-8 (5 mm)
- Yarn Needle, Scissors, Measuring Tape
- 16 st X 7 rows of pattern stitches
- 14” long X 9” wide
- Ch = Chain
- Sc = Single Crochet
- St = Stitch
- DC = Double Crochet
- The pattern is worked in rows
- This pattern is worked as one main panel and rows on both sides
- Ch3 at the beginning of the row does count as 1st stitch
- Ch1 at the beginning of the row does not count as a stitch
- This pattern uses pattern repeats.
- You can work this pattern with one color or multiple as you wish- I used one color
- If changing colors make sure to have a changing technique and weave your ends in.
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Chain multiples of 8+4 for this placemat I chained 28
Row 1: Dc1 in 5th Ch from hook ( counts as 1st Dc + Ch1), Ch1, *[skip 1 st, Dc1 in next st]* repeat from *to* to end of row, ending with Dc1,turn work,
Row 2: Ch3, * [skip next 2 Ch1 spaces, (Dc3 +Ch2+Dc3) in next Ch1 space from prev row, skip next 2 Ch1 spaces, Dc1 in next Dc]* repeat from *to* across, ending with last Dc ion top of Ch3 from the beginning of row, turn
Now to Row 3: Ch 6 (counts as Dc+Ch3), *[Sc1 in next Ch2 space from prev row, Ch3, skip next 3 st, Dc1 in next st,, Ch3 ]* repeat to end of row, end with Dc1 on top of Ch3 form beginning Ch, turn work
Row 4: Ch4 (counts as Dc + Ch1), *[Dc1 in next Ch3 loop, Ch1, Dc1 in next Sc, Ch1, Dc1 in next Ch3 loop, Ch1, Dc1 in next Dc, Ch1]* repeat fron *to* to end of row, finish withDc1 in 3rd Ch of beginning, turn work
And Row 5-7: Repeat rows 2-4
Row 8- 25: Repeat rows 2-4
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We finished the main panel, now we will work on both sides of the placemat with this identical pattern
Row 1: Start at 1st st facing the long side of the panel, insert your hook, Ch1, and Dc1in 1st st, Dc 50 across to end of the row, turn
Row2: Ch1, Sc1 in 1st st from hook, Sc1 in next and across to the end of the row, turn
Row 3: Ch1, Dc1 in 1st st from hook, Dc1 in next and across to the end of the row.
Work the same on the opposite side
If you wish to make this placemat wider you can either add multiples of 8 at the foundation chain or add rows on the sides
Cut your yarn and weave in the ends.
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