Crochet Placemat Pattern

Crochet Placemat Pattern
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Jorja Placemat, Free Crochet Pattern

crochet placemat pattern

I’ve been wanting to make myself some new placemats for what seems like forever.

Before I go into the pattern information, I’d like to tell you how this came to be:

We had the covered corkboard placemats that you can get in any homewares shop, and they bare the scars of a well-used life.

There are spots with paint that will not come off, patches where the top has rubbed away when I have cleaned them, some are sunlight faded because our kitchen table is next to our French doors.

You know the drill

Old and tired but perfect for the kids doing arts and crafts or slopping food all over them while being daft at dinner.

My daughter is almost 8 and so I am getting to the point where I would like my home to look less like a creche and have nice things again.

So I have a plan

To tackle one room at a time and reclaim each one somewhat.

There will still be the artwork on the walls, but not all of them, and undoubtedly there will likely be those little fingerprints lurking.

Anyway, I had a coaster designed and tested and decided that my first challenge would be the kitchen.

I would design some simple but pretty placemats for the table.

My initial thought all those moons ago was to quilt some tablemats with my scrap material, but the coasters being so pretty I wanted to make something to match them.

The design process for these was much less painful than with the coaster  and my only decision was how wide to make the border section as I knew exactly what I wanted to do.

They turned out perfectly! In my blog about the coasters (which you can find here) I explain my motivations behind the Jorja Collection and what I wanted to achieve.

Im happy with the outcome … I hope you like the look and style too!

Get the PDF pattern here

Pattern information / essentials:

You will need:

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  • #4 worsted weight cotton such as lilly sugar and cream, I love this cotton or any worsted weight yarn of your choosing. I used Women’s Institute aran weight cotton in light blue (less than 170 yards) and the white is lily Sugar and Cream (approx. 42 yards)
  • Size 4mm hook
  • Stitch markers optional
  • Scissors



FSC – Foundation single crochet

PSC – paired single crochet


Sk – skip

SS – slip stitch



*to*–Repeat the instructions written between the two *

FO – fasten off

Special Stitches:


PSC – sc in first stitch of row only, *insert hook into same sp and yo pull through, insert hook into next space and yo pull through, yo pull through all three loops on hook.*

So now you have everything, except the pattern, which is linked above.

Simple and elegant. I did find that I had to block my mats. This isn’t something that I usually do (in fact I hardly ever block anything) but I wanted to give them that completely finished look.

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