Granny Place Mats

Granny Place Mats

Make these cute Granny Place Mats to have at your next hosting event. How do you crochet your place mats? This free crochet pattern is made using single and double crochet, which makes it an easy crochet pattern to work up. Guests will love eating off of homemade placemats like these. It's a great way to add a personalized touch to any dinner party you host. A set of these would even make nice hostess gift ideas for a housewarming party.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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The middle of this granny place mat could stand alone by itself if only a little larger because it has such an interesting design. I would never be bold enough to use white on any place mat in my house though but I would jump on the reverse of the colors in a second. Thanks for sharing this pattern.

A Granny square project is always a great project to consider. With the versatility of the square itself, you can pretty much make a couple of changes and have a whole new project or design. These are great to make in advance in a setting of four for quick last minute gifts.

Granny squares are so simple to make. I like the way the designer only added the squares on two sides of these mats instead of all the way around. The colors in the squares are so easily customized to whatever color I need to make. These are easy enough to make as a hostess gift when invited to a dinner.

Like many people, I started in crochet making the granny squares. It was easy, and just by changing colors you could create a real beauty. It's been 50 years and I stillness se it ask my go to design.i have even made purses using it. I like the way this one makes up so I am going to make a set for myself. I only need two so it will be done in a day or two.

I love anything granny squared because it is an easy stitch pattern to remember and it is quick. They can also be made so many different ways and different sizes. I like how this pattern has different size granny squares and i think these could be made in a day which is a big plus in my book. Any pattern that can be made quickly always moves up on my list.

Hi everyone! If you tried to access the Two-Tone Placemat pattern through the Project of the Day feature then you may have missed the day it was posted. That app changes daily, so when a "Project of the Day" is included in a newsletter it corresponds with the day the newsletter is released. Not to worry though! You can still find the Two-Tone Placemat here:

I was looking for the Pattern Of the Day, the Two-Tone Placemat. Nowhere to be found. When you click on it you get something else.

Where is the pattern for the Pattern of the Day-2 Tone Placemats? G.S.

I never seen a patteren for this project, to bad, i really would have liked to have it.

You have to follow a couple of links to get to: That's the pattern.

there was never a pattern to download and noticed some other people had the same issue?? Would love this pattern 'Granny Place Mats

If you click on "click here for pattern" it will take you to her blog. Click on the Granny Place Mat Pattern in gold. This will bring up another site and if you click in the middle of the pattern and then do print preview you can print all three pages.

I love the pattern, but sure don't need any other reader program to download it.

I'm not sure what you meant by your comment. How did you get this pattern?


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