Crochet a Lovely Table Mat from Leftover Strips |
Instructions Are Written for Quilters Who Have Never Crocheted Before!
Half inch strips are crocheted into a lovely rug or table topper with this easy pattern. It’s perfect for using up scraps, or start with new fabric cut to size.
Give your topper a coordinated color theme or go full-on scrappy. Once completed, it can be used as a table centerpiece, small rug or even a place mat or trivet (vary the size to create what you want).
The pattern, from Ann Lauer, includes instructions for two styles of runners and place mats, along with a center piece or trivet. Make one or all of them in a variety of color schemes and decorative border finishes.
Don’t worry if you’ve never crocheted before. It’s an easy process and the instructions will guide you every step of the way.
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