As the weather gets colder, I always seem to get the nesting bug. I guess I just like to make sure my home is cozy if we are all going to be cooped up in here for the next several months. One thing that makes my home feel more cozy is a nice table setting, plus if you’re having company for Thanksgiving dinner, a pretty table is always impressive! So, here are some crochet patterns to add to your table.
Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.
1) Basic Single Crochet Coaster & Stripy Single Crochet Placemat ~ by Jessie At Home
Dress up your table with these fun and easy placemats and coasters. This is a great beginner project, as it is made entirely of single crochet.
2) Twisted Stitches Coffee Cozy ~ by Beatrice Ryan Designs
This pattern is one of my favorites… a Coffee Cozy… Yes, it is cute… But- Even better- they really do keep my coffee warmer longer…
3) Wide Mouth Jar Cozy ~ by Moogly
I worked up a pattern that used a more decorative stitch. I decided to share the two basic cozy patterns: a Plain Version – perfect as a backdrop for your own add-ons, and a Decorative Version – great for showing off a pretty yarn or letting your drink peek through.
4) Crochet Egg Cozy ~ by Petals to Picots
This crochet egg cozy pattern is so super easy and gives you a great decor bang for your efforts! And it’s perfect for beginner crocheters too!
5) Napkin Rings and Wine Glass Charms ~ by Underground Crafter
This set of napkin rings and wine glass “charms” will add a DIY touch to your next “Girls’ Night” in while also using up those random odds and ends of yarn.
6) Little Pumpkins Fall Table Runner ~ by Posh Pooch Designs
You can Make this runner with any 6 inch afghan square. By changing the colors and squares, a table runner could be made for every season and holiday.
7) Holly’s Hot Savers ~ by Raising Robertsons Crochet
Plate settings/ hot savers for an apple themed kitchen!
8) Bread Basket ~ by Jessie At Home
This crochet bread basket is a fun way to dress up your everyday dinner rolls, or to show off that pretty braided bread you picked up at the corner deli.
9) V Stitch Placemat and Napkin Ring ~ by Felted Button
Using a simple but whimsical V-Stitch, this placemat pattern is fun to give as a gift or use for your own decorating for that special occasion.
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