Garden Party Placemat


Delicate as can be, the Garden Party Placemat will be a delightful addition to your table for any occasion. Whether you're celebrating a milestone or simply having friends over for lunch, make your next event even more special with this crochet doily pattern.

From the blogger: "Are you ready for the warm weather that is just around the corner? Crochet your own placemats for Easter dinner, graduations, weddings, anniversaries, tea parties, and receptions with this simple placemat/doily pattern. Each Garden Party placemat uses less than one ball of Lily Sugar'n Cream, and works up fairly quickly. You'll have a 12 piece setting in no time!"


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge5" across after round 5.

Finished Size12 3/4" across

Materials List

  • 1 ball Lily Sugar'n Cream in white
  • 4mm (G) hook (or hook needed to obtain gauge)
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle

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I have a few gardening friends for whom I sometimes struggle for gift ideas. They already have all the tools, gloves, books and hats that they need, so Ive started looking around for doilies. Since we have actual winter here, most of them grow both indoor and outdoor plants. This would look so lovely under a fern or African violet!

I have several doilies made by my Mom. They are comparable to this patter as far as style but are much to big to be called place mats. I still have her crochet books and I could probably find the pattern and make place mats to match the doily.

I suppose any doily could be considered a placemat. With that being said, that has opened up a whole new genre for me. I have a dining room that I keep the table set with charges. Wouldn't a crochet placemat upgrade my current setting? I think so.

This is a pretty pattern for a placemat. I like that it's made in cotton yarn, which makes it washable and it will stand up to hot dishes being put on it. Although it looks nice in white, I'm sure it would look great in almost any solid color, so you could make it to match your kitchen or dining room decor.


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