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Pineapple Tablecloth


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Keep your table looking great with a tablecloth! Use this free crochet pattern to make a lovely and feminine lace cloth. This tablecloth will add visual interest and texture any table.

Crochet Pineapple Tablecloth
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Crochet Hook: 7 or 1.65 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight: (0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches)

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I made this years ago. Graces my kitchen table. Took me 5 yrs to finish, as I kept getting bored with it. Worth a zillion dollars!

I did this pattern a long time ago from a small leafet and had no problem following the pattern and when I finished I gave it to my Mother and I thought that she was going to cry because she did not know that I could something so pretty.Have fun making this because I did.

to be honest, this is my first project ever. It was assigned to me by my skillz club president to learn and teach the rest of my group. I'm confused by round 9 and 10. As I follow the stitches, they create so much ruffling . am I doing it wrong? or is this how it's supposed to be?

Keep going, it lays flat when you get further into the pattern.

@doloresboyd97 6826953, Unfortunately, the only picture we have access to is the one that is featured on the original designer's site. You can try contacting the designer; perhaps they have additional images you can use for guidance. Here is a link to their contact info: Hope this helps! --Editor of AllFreeCrochet

Could you send an enlargement of the pineapple tablecloth? I am stuck on it and if I could see a bigger picture of it I believe I could better have an idea of how to do br The larger image here is not big enough to see the br Thank youbr

I always copy and paste so that I can wait to do the project, or in case I lose the instructions in the middle of the project. I haven't had any problem with spending time deleting the stuff I don't want. Maybe you aren't doing it right. However, that being said, it is a free site and I don't figure a little editing is a large price to pay.

When I printed it I estimated 6 pages. Just printed the entire pattern without a problem. It is 5 pages long. Set your printer to print 'All' or 5 pages and you should get the whole pattern.

i also could not print out the whole directions , the end of each line was chopped off and i would have to hand write the end of each and every line in the directions. what a bummer great pattern but very poor instructions.sdm

This really is a beautiful pattern. I first saw this in the 1970's and was just learning to crochet. I started it, we moved and it got lost in the move. Many yrs later (15 to be exact) my husband came across a box in the back of the garage. Yes there is was and I finished it!!!!! That is the longest project I've ever done.

Rated on: April 10,2011 I love this tablecloth. I have made 3 of them so far. They are beautiful. CD

I can not print out the pattern for the pineapple tablecloth beyond row 40. I am registered, whats going on? mg

I have made this tablecloth but it was from another site and under a different name. it's easy but time consuming. I have also found that nothing on this site of the sister site,, is easy. Almost every pattern I have tried to get on either site has to be copied and pasted into Word and then you have to spend the time cutting the stuff you don't want. The only reason I stay is because they do have a good patterns once in awhile.

I tried to print this pattern and it would only print page 1, down to rnds 5,6,7. This does not help me as the pattern has up to 90 rounds and with only 7 you cannot finish this unless you write the entire pattern by hand. This defeats the purpose of a printer. I love the pineapple design and have made many scarfs and dollies with this design and I would like to make this tablecloth. Please repeat this pattern with a printable page.

This is really a beautiful tablecloth. I have made this one. It takes time of course but it is well worth it. I made this for my extended family member Cathy. Enjoy, smm

How can i get the pattern


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