Looking for a quick and easy project that will bring some colour to your home? Well, look no further! Dutch crafter Jorine Tieleman is here to show you how to make crochet placemats that will bring some fun to your table. Her crochet placemats pattern is really simple to follow and a great project for newbies. Can you just imagine these on your table paired with our crochet table mats which are for bigger pans and dishes? A colour explosion!
This project is also a great stash buster. You can make yours in whatever colour suits your kitchen scheme and use up all those yarn scraps since every hexagon is a different colour. We’re a big fan of stashbuster projects because they’re both good for the planet and good for your bank balance. So without further ado let’s learn how to crochet placemats.
- Basic yarn in different colours
- Crochet needle (size 4.5)
If you’re new to crochet don’t worry. We have a crochet for beginners guide which covers all the basic techniques you’ll need. We’ve also got a guide to the best crochet hooks as well as a round up of the best crochet kits for beginners.
How to make crochet placemats
You Will Need
- Crochet hook
Step 1 Chat 6, join together
Step 2 Chain 3, * chain 2, 1 double treble (in the ring, not in the stitch) * repeat 10 times and join together
Step 3 Change colour, chain 2, * two trebles, two trebels in the next opening, chain 2, 2 trebles in the same opening * repeat 5 times, and leave out the last treble
For a coaster: make one
For a potholder: make eight
For a placemat: make 23. Join the horizontal lines together with double crochets. Then join them vertically. Make one turn around the work in double crochets in white yarn.
Congrats you’ve officially learn how to make crochet placemats! Make the set and give them out as a gift or make your own in your fave colours. For more rainbow crochet projects check out our free granny square patterns and our free amigurumi crochet patterns which are full of adorable crochet patterns.
About the author
Jorine Tieleman is an interior designer who owns an online store selling yarn, needles and DIY kits for home accessories.