37 Crochet Placemat Patterns
Crochet placemats add an aesthetic value to an otherwise dull dining table. Their cozy and comfy feel can be a great attraction for indoor as well as outdoor family dining. Given here is a collection of innovative and charming crochet placemat patterns for you to check out.
Usher in summer with this bright wavy pattern of the placemat. You can do the repeating waves in your choice of colors. Note the use of a single color which stands out in the usual orange-white waves. This one is surely going to up the spirits while hanging out with friends and family.
An arty placemat in yellow with cute pink borders can lift spirits high with its many angular edges giving a starry feel.
Give your kitchen a fresh burst of creativity with this cool checkerboard pattern of the placemat. Whether its breakfast, lunch or supper, no longer will meal-time be a cut-and-dry affair.
This lush green placemat has the soothing look of a small and narrow basket weave. After finishing with this pattern for an enviable set of placemats, you will be raring to call your friends for dinner. You can adjust the number of rows and columns to turn this into a square placemat.
This Mother’s Day, gift your mother this placemat in the shape of a big flower. Done up in a dazzling violet and deep blue, this is sure to touch her heart retro style!
Here’s presenting a somber placemat pattern to protect your dining table from unwanted stuff during dining while being an eye candy at the same time. The closely crocheted weave is thick and warm, making it ideal for the winter months.
A pretty serene placemat done in an elaborate pattern will look stunning on the table. It will be the perfect excuse for your party guests to flock at the dinner table.
Meal time will never be the same with this fabulous looking placemat crocheted in bright hues of yellow and orange to give your table the resplendent fresh ambiance of sunrise.
This charming placemat in pastels is perfect for Easter. It is made with ordinary household string. The center is a traditional granny square.
Are you looking for some easy patterns for beginning your journey in crocheting? Your search ends here with these rectangular crochet placemats in bright autumn hues. Done in single crochet stitch, this pattern will be fun to try.your
Wish your loved ones “Merry Christmas” in style with this neat little pinwheel placemat colored ripe with the season’s favorite shades. You can choose your palette of colors for other festive occasions as well. Take your pick from orange and black yarns for Halloween or make a splash in summer with bright hues of yellow, pink, blue, green and orange.
Dining together will be an enchanting and highly emancipated experience with this classy white and gray oval placemat.
Let these colorful placemats add a bit of pizzazz to your scrumptious dishes. Crocheted in an easy pattern involving chain stitch and single crochet, it is ideal for beginners.
This pretty brown and cream striped placemat is handy with a pocket to hold your forks, spoons, and knives.
Featured here is a nautical round placemat for the creatively inclined. It is a great gifting option for housewarming and also for new moms who want a washable placemat for their messy kids.
For all dog lovers out there, this cute placemat pattern is worth a try. It is suitable for beginners in crochet.
This girlie pattern of placemat exudes a vintage aura and is ideal for retro themed party gatherings.
Sunflower placemats are perfect for a table on the deck or patio. You can put them on the dining table during fall or summer.
This attractive placemat is worked up in filet crochet and features a stunning daisy scroll type motif that flanks a center made of lacy mesh. Smaller daisies adorn the edges. It’s a vintage pattern from the 1950’s.
Here’s presenting a cute baby pink placemat to confess your true love for your Valentine.
Get into the holiday mood with this serene Christmas holly placemat.
Dazzling spider lace pattern with red roses thrown in.
Bring in spring with this fun yo-yo crochet placemat. It is also apt for laying a summer dining table. Keeping the crockery in a perfect color coordinated mode will add to the oomph factor.
You’ll love these placemats to brighten up the table for summer events like an outdoor barbecue, lunch or birthday party. They can add oodles of fun to indoor dining with equal aplomb.
Gather some expertise at spiral crochet with this ornamental pattern made with three colors of yarn.
This orange-nosed chubby snowman will make for a pleasurable crocheting experience. Once you are done, you will find it difficult to keep the kids away from the table with this smiling creation around. It can be a favorite ingredient for Christmas decorations too.
A gorgeous modern placemat such as this can leave your guests starry-eyed. Given here is a tutorial to guide you through the steps. You can modify the size of the star to crochet the pattern into a placemat of desired dimensions.
Crocheting a pretty snowflake placemat pattern during winter would be great fun. You need to alter the dimensions of the pattern given here to make it into a delectable placemat.
A vintage style of placemat featuring circular star wheel motifs pieced together for a glitzy retro look.
You’ll get hungry more often with this delicious turkey placemat popping underneath your palatable dishes.
For fans of the bygone era, here is a vintage square crochet placemat in filet pattern. The delicate thread work done here sets this piece a class apart from the rest.
Savor this fruity flavor of placemat. You’ll love its soothing effect in summer.
Sample a sophisticated pattern made with different shades of yarn. Mix and match with different colors to go with the décor of your home. It makes for a great gifting idea for housewarming, birthdays or for a hostess.
Turn heads with this dazzling vintage placemat crocheted with generous doses of the classic pineapple pattern.
You must be raring to start off with your crochet hook to turn these patterns into ravishing placemats. Go ahead and revel in the experience.
Published on August 2nd 2015 by Peyton Derrida