Cartwheel-Worthy Placemat


Cartwheel-Worthy Placemat


Cartwheel-Worthy Placemat
Cartwheel-Worthy Placemat

This crochet placemat pattern is so stylish, you'll want to do cartwheels—just like the stitches on this easy crochet pattern. The Catherine wheel stitch has a gorgeous swirling design that looks mesmerizing in these colors. Your Cartwheel-Worthy Placemat will add great texture and style to your kitchen decor, giving your table that personal touch that makes the space feel like home. Placemats give your spread a more finished look, and this is the free crochet pattern that will wow your guests with its fresh design and intricate details. Make an entire set tailored for your kitchen colors and watch how it brightens up the whole room!


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Worsted weight cotton yarn (used here: Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton in Lilac, Mint, Pink, Rose, and White) - 1 skein of each will make 2 placemats
  • Size H 5 mm crochet hook
  • Tapestry needle

Crochet a Cute and Easy Crochet Doily to go along with your new crochet placemat with this video tutorial!

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This is a beautiful placemat pattern! I love the colors, and the pattern is so intricate. It looks complicated, but really it is easy to follow along with. I would imagine not a lot of people would use these colors for their kitchen like I would, but you could easily change the colors to something more suited to your color scheme.

This is very pretty and very easy. The directions are written in plain language to be filled easily by any level of crocheter. I was thinking of making it narrower and longer to be used as a table runner. And maybe turn it into a two color project to go with my kitchen colors.

Dont know that I will be doing any cartwheels for this placemat, but it is a very pretty piece to accent your table. It is a very stylish pattern and even comes with its own matching coaster to protect your table from those ugly white rings that glasses leave behind from condensation.

This place mat is made in such an intriguing color combination. For the colors alone, this is really attractive. I love the design element included as well. Not your ordinary place mat and that is for sure. And it is marked as skill level easy! Great!

I know that this is a place mat but it is almost pretty enough to be a piece of artwork that can be hung on the wall or even made into a pillow. The skill level states easy, I hope that is the case.

Im always a bit confused by how people seem to use the terms Cartwheel and Catherine Wheel interchangeably. Of course to me, a Catherine Wheel is something that you roll up, cut and bakethink cinnamon rolls. Whatever you call it, it truly is one of the prettiest stitches out there. I dont work it enough, so Im happy to see the instructional video for this project.

A very intricate looking pattern in this vintage-inspired placemat. I can say I have not seen one like this anywhere out there in "internetland". The pattern states that it uses worsted weight cotton yarn but the pic makes it look like it is more of a fine gauge cotton, that has a slight sheen to it. I wonder how this will wash up?

This is a beautiful Cartwheel-Worthy Placemat, with a video how to. Great for people who need to see a pattern done, but I'm one who prefer to have a written pattern, and there is not a written pattern for this. I would like to try it out but I'm sure I won't because I can't always be on the internet when I crochet. So I'm hoping to find the time to sit and watch the videos and learn the stitch and try to figure out how to do it. Thank you for this free video pattern.


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