This project is sponsored by Hobby Lobby, the crochet pattern and opinion are my own.
Fall is in the air! What better way to welcome the cooler weather and smells of autumn than right at your own dinner table? This NEW placemat pattern featuring Yarn Bee Nutmeg Nibbles Sugarwheel Cotton from Hobby Lobby is fun, quick, and uses just one skein!
Nutmeg Nibbles Placemat Pattern
Here in Kansas the weather is starting to cool off and the leaves are starting to change. This means that we are now officially in my favorite time of the year. Bring it on, fall! For some reason I love to decorate the most during the cooler seasons. Something about the smell of pumpkin spice and the crispness in the air. Bringing out my fall decor gets me into the spirit of football, comfort food, oversized sweaters, and surrounding myself with dear friends and family. This year as I pulled out our fall decorations I noticed that the one thing I did not have was fall themed placemats for our dining room table. We can’t be having that, so I whipped up a pattern to suit!
When I ran across this feathered stitch in Complete Crochet Course, I knew I had to incorporate it into a new pattern. Not only did I design this new placemat pattern for fall using a stitch that reminds me of falling leaves, but the colorway of “Nutmeg Nibbles” couldn’t be more aptly named.
I have designed this pattern to use just ONE cake of Yarn Bee Sugarwheel cotton cakes. Because this yarn is 100% cotton, you could also use it as a hot pad with confidence as you serve large casserole dishes this Thanksgiving. If you’d like a long table runner using this stitch and yarn, that would be gorgeous too! Just keep going until you get it the length you like, then continue on to the edging rows. Easy peasy, just like we like it!
Crochet hook in size G/4mm
Yarn Bee Sugarwheel Cotton in Nutmeg Nibbles (100% cotton) – 1 skein per placemat
Crochet tightly so as to not have snag-able loops.
Reserve about 1/2 of the last color from the cake for the edging and border rows.
Pattern written using US terms.
See the VIDEO TUTORIAL for this pattern below!
Approx. 18” wide and 12” tall
Row 1: Fhdc-69 (or ch-70, hdc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch to end). (69)
Row 2: Ch-1, turn, hdc in first st. * ch-1, sk next st, hdc in next * repeat between * * to end. (69)
Row 3: Ch-1, turn, hdc in first st, ch-1. * Yo and pull up a loop in same ch-sp (3 loops on hook), yo and pull up a loop in the skipped st directly below from row 1 (5 loops on hook), yo and pull up a loop in next ch-sp (7 loops on hook). Yo pull through all 7 loops, and ch-1 to close the stitch. * Feather stitch made. Repeat between * * to end, hdc in last st. (33 feathers and 1 hdc in each end of row)
Showing where to pull up each loop in rows 4 – 40.
Rows 4 – 40: Ch-1, turn, hdc in first st, ch-1. * Yo and pull up a loop in same ch-sp (3 loops on hook), yo and pull up a loop in the ch-sp directly below from previous row (5 loops on hook), yo and pull up a loop in next ch-sp (7 loops on hook), yo pull through all loops, ch-1. * Repeat between * * to end. Hdc in last st.
Row 41: ch-1, turn, hdc in each st to end. Do not fasten off.
Row 1: where still attached place 2 more hdc in corner stitch. Turn work 90° clockwise and place one hdc in each row end to corner. Place 3 hdc in the corner stitch and turn to hdc in each stitch along the bottom edge. Place 3 hdc in the corner stitch, turn work 90° clockwise, hdc in each row end to next corner. (You should now be at the top right corner). Do not fasten off.
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