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If you love a well dressed table then you likely have an eye for placemats. Centerpieces, flatware, serveware are all part of a well dressed table but placemats are the finishing touch. Plus they protect the table and minimize the sound of dishes and flatware.
If you’re looking for a textured modern crochet placemat pattern you are in the right place! Crochet placemats are such a great way to add a personal touch to your table and when you make them yourself you can use colors that perfectly compliment your decor or occasion.
Do you love a holiday placemat for Easter, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas and Fourth of July?
This rectangular placemat has lots of visual interest. Are you ready to get creative with some yarn colors? I have a crochet placemat pattern with so many options for color combos it can make a gal dizzy.
This fresh design is a flexible soft open weave look.
To make you will need a 5.5mm hook and two shades of natural fiber yarn. I used cotton mostly but for one of the designs (shown further down in this post) I used one tencel yarn, which is a yarn made from wood pulp like bamboo.
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I used a silver sparkle yarn in both red and white to give a festive Christmas look. This is Hobby Lobby I love this yarn sparkle.
This four row repeat can be worked even longer to create a beautiful table runner that fits your table perfectly.
Depending on how many hours per day you can devote to your project you can have it done in 2-4 days.
You may like this crochet modern farmhouse striped dishtowel pattern.
I also did a modern day to day version to match popular gray decor with either white or black accents. The accent yarn is a black and white twist tencel yarn paired with black cotton (it’s not hard to work with in this design. I know most of us dislike working with black yarn but it is a breeze in this pattern) and gives such a fresh look. I love how it turned out!
I used it in this crochet fish potholder pattern too!
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Check out the video clip of these two beauties in action!
Check out the Odessey Crochet Placemat pattern