Trivet Wallhanging // Scandi Boho Home Decor // Kitchen Place Mats // PDF //
Tactile and modern, these rainbow mats are an easy way to work with rope in crochet. Use neutral yarns for a calm, scandi look, or jazz up your design with fun rainbow brights.
Don’t need any more placemats? Use your rope rainbows as trivets, or as a gorgeous wall-hanging instead.
Made using a 4mm hook, DK weight cotton yarn, and 10mm rope.
This pattern includes details of materials needed and a pattern for both placemat and coaster. This pattern is written in UK terms with US translations, and includes detailed step-by-step photo tutorials for you to follow.
Materials • 4mm hook • Cotton DK – I used Rico Ricorumi Spray, 58m per 25g (see table below) • 10mm Rope – I used Everlasto Manilla rope from www.rope-source.co.uk but any 10mm rope or yarn will work (natural materials if you are going to be placing hot dishes on them). Cotton 10mm Macrame rope would work well too, or general rope from a hardware store • Scissors • Yarn needle • Tape measure
Quantities Per placemat: 25g/58m (63yds) Cotton DK, 5.5m (6yds) 10mm Rope.
Per coaster: >10g/23m (25yds) Cotton DK, 1m (1.1yds) 10mm Rope.
Finished size Placemat H23cm x W33cm (H9in x 13in) Coaster H11cm x W10cm (H4.3in x 4in)
Gauge is not especially relevant, but if your rope is narrower you will see more coverage from the cotton DK, and your mats will turn out slightly smaller. If your rope is thicker than 10mm, your DK yarn will give less coverage, you will us more yarn than indicated in the table above, and your mats will be larger. I
’d love to see what you create! Tag your makes @lottieandalbert or #lottieandalbert Pattern belongs to Lindsey Newns. You may sell items made from this pattern if you credit me @lottieandalbert as the designer, but you may not download or print the pattern for resale or free distribution.