New Patterns, Finally!!!

We have 3 new crochet patterns for you at The Crochet Architect. They’re all fun to crochet and will be a wonderful addition to your kitchen table or to use for outdoor dining!

Wiggly Flower Hot Pad & Coaster

The first is our WIGGLY FLOWER HOT PAD & COASTER. This set is made in the wiggly crochet technique with size 10 cotton crochet thread. The hot pad is made with 3 strands of the thread and the coaster is made with only one strand.

This pattern includes written instructions and wiggly crochet charts for both designs.

Byzantine Placemat & Coaster

 

The second is our BYZANTINE PLACEMAT & COASTER. This set is made with any 2 colors of size 3 cotton crochet thread. The placemat is made with large and small motifs, which are joined together while working the last round of each motif. Then an edging is worked around the joined motifs for the perfect finish. The coaster is made from only one of the large, round motifs, with an edging added to make it square.

This pattern includes written instructions, a crochet symbol chart for each project and an assembly diagram for the placemat.

Filet Woven Placemat Set

The third is our FILET WOVEN PLACEMAT SET. This placemat set is made in the filet crochet method with double crochet stitches and ch-2 spaces. It has added crochet strips of contrasting colors that are woven through the appropriate ch-2 spaces for visual interest! The placemat is made with 2 strands of size 10 cotton crochet thread held together throughout and the coaster is made with only one strand of the same threads. You can choose to make these projects in any colors you desire for spring, summer, fall or winter décor!

This pattern includes written instructions and a crochet symbol chart for each project.

I hope you enjoy these patterns and the extra pizzazz they are sure to bring to your table! If you have any questions about these patterns, please don’t hesitate to ask!

Happy crocheting,

Susan

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