Design by Melissa Hassler from Lovable Loops.
This looks like the perfect placemat for the boys, farmers and anyone who enjoys the harvest season.
Happy Fall Y’all! When I set out to design this pattern, I intended for it to be a throw pillow cover. After making it in single crochet I decided that it was too small and redid it using half double crochet. I think it looks much better. I was also happy to find out that it ended up being the perfect size for a placemat. So, I decided to go with it and I designed a matching coaster. You could still use this pattern as a pillow cover though! Just crochet a back of the same size, sew three sides together and insert a pillow insert like this one. Sew up the final side and you’re done!
- Placemat: 18.5″ by 12.5″
- Coaster: 5″ by 4.5″
- yarn: worsted weight (#4). I used Red Heart Super Saver in soft white, pumpkin, royal and medium thyme.
- crochet hooks: H 5mm
- tapestry needle
- locking stitch markers
- blocking boards
- blocking pins
Skill Level: Easy
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