This pattern comes with a choice of UK or US crochet terms.
Ability Level: Experienced
0.60 mm crochet hook; 0.75 mm crochet hook; 140 metres (2 x 5g balls) size 80 crochet cotton in white; 25 metres size 80 crochet cotton in green; 10 metres size 80 crochet cotton in red; 1 metre size 80 crochet cotton in yellow (to save buying a whole ball of yellow thread, this may be replaced by 1 strand of 6-stranded embroidery cotton, but beware this may split as you try to crochet. Some embroidery threads may not be colourfast, so test before you commence the project.)
This may also be worked as a human sized doily in any size for example a size 1.5 mm hook and No 10 crochet cotton produces a doily which is 32.5 cm/13-inchesdiameter
Approximate finished size: 7-inches/18 cm diameter
NOTE: This tablecloth is designed to fit a 4-inch/10 cm diameter round table exactly, but may be used on a smaller or larger table, bearing in mind the overhang will increase/decrease accordingly.
Gauge/Tension – This is not important for this project, as tables vary greatly in size.
Please note: this pattern first appeared in issue 273 of Dolls House and Miniature Scene.
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