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Waffle Stitch Placemat

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Author Taraduff, LLC
Price $2.50
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by S. Evers
on December 18th, 2017

“Nice, simple pattern. I changed the border to make it more "frilly" and used a double half crochet for the last stitch on each row to help keep it straighter. Worked great!”

This placemat features great texture from the waffle stitch used for the body. A nice border gives it a finished look for your table. Using different main colors for each placemat while using the same contrasting color in the border for each one makes it a great stashbuster project. It also allows you to add more placemats later without matching dye lots or specific yarn brands/colors. The same colors can obviously be used for an entire set if a more uniform look is preferred.

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180 yards worsted weight cotton (sugar & cream, bernat handicrafter cotton or lion cotton, etc)

by S. Evers
on December 18th, 2017

Nice, simple pattern. I changed the border to make it more "frilly" and used a double half crochet for the last stitch on each row to help keep it straighter. Worked great!

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