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Making Crocheted Tulip Placemats

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This is a guide about making crocheted tulip placemats. A cheerful pattern for a springy placemat to decorate your table.


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November 28, 2005

This tulip placemat is a cheerful way to welcome spring. I designed this pattern when I was living in Seattle, and wanted something to brighten my kitchen - a definite necessity while waiting for the beautiful, sunny days of summer. I highly recommend using cotton yarn for this project because it absorbs spills and is easily washed. I used Sugar 'n Cream worsted weight and a size J crochet hook.

Skill Level:

Intermediate: Only because there are so many yarn changes

Beginners: This pattern uses only 2 crochet stitches, the chain (ch) and the double crochet (dc). It makes a great-looking placement using one color, too. The skipped stitch edging gives it that little something extra.



Note: Stitches designations are in lower case, while color designations are in caps.


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By susan (Guest Post)
November 28, 20050 found this helpful

You are so creative -- you're inspiring me. I think I'm going to try to make some. Is there a reason you crochet your rows along the length and not the width? Does one way work better than another?

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