This Christmas crochet rectangle tablecloth pattern is a great way to make your own crocheted table runner. With this tutorial, you will learn how to create your own beautiful rectangular tablecloth in no time.
Here is a free pattern for an adorable rectangle tablecloth that will look great on your table this Christmas season.
This pattern is easy to follow and includes instructions for how to crochet a rectangle tablecloth. Create a beautiful, one-of-a-kind piece of crocheted art that will be the centerpiece of any table.
If you love to dress up your table for dinner parties, then this is a striking accent piece to bring your look together. No one will know how simple it was to make they will think it was an elaborate crochet pattern.
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Christmas Crochet Table Runner Pattern
This crochet table runner is beautiful on its own as a homemade Holiday decoration or under your favorite Christmas décor. Make your home look festive with just a few simple touches.
If you love to crochet gifts for others especially during the Holidays, this is a quick free crochet pattern that will work up in just a few evenings of crochet.
I was able to crochet this tablecloth in about 16 hours while watching television with my family. Just a few hours each evening and it was done in no time. The end result is just beautiful.
For years, learning how to crochet a rectangle granny was something that I wanted to do. It looked so difficult. Recently, I took the time to learn how to crochet a rectangle. I am so glad I did!
This crochet pattern is so easy once you get started. If you have ever made a granny square, then you can master this easy crochet pattern too.
Christmas Colors Fingering Yarn
I saw this light yarn in these Christmas colors, and I knew I had to get a few skeins to make something. The vibrant colors drew me right in. At the time, I was not sure what that would be, but once I learned how to crochet a rectangle, it became quite clear.
The best part is that since the yarn is variegated, there is no need to change yarn colors. There are only two yarn ends to weave in. The beginning one and ending one. So simple and paired with the granny cluster stitch, so pretty. I just love the look of crochet lace tablecloth patterns.
Easy Crochet Tablecloth Pattern
Now, I have made a handful of these beauties for myself, my daughter, sister, and sister-in-law. There are a few people at work that I think would love this too. It works up so quickly and when you can find this yarn on sale, even better.
However, while I used a yarn in Christmas colors today, this would look lovely in any color. This is just the right size for a beautiful table topper. It is a beautiful piece that is perfect for special occasions or everyday use.
This pattern uses basic crochet stitches for a lovely vintage crochet tablecloth. Yet, it is an elegant cover for your favorite table. It makes a gorgeous centerpiece.
Changing the Size of the Crochet Tablecloth
Make anything from a centerpiece to a large rectangle table crochet lace tablecloths oblong. Since this is worked in a rectangle and the size grows with a steady increase with each round, it is the perfect easy pattern to use if you want to make large tablecloths. To change the size, just keep adding rounds until you reach your desired size.
Pair this crochet project with your favorite cotton yarn thread, fingering yarn, new colors of yarn, or just about any type of yarn that you enjoy the look of. It will make a charming dining room accent.
Directions: Christmas Crochet Rectangle Tablecloth Pattern
Beginner comfortable with reading a pattern and completing the double crochet stitch
19-inches wide X 25-inches long
26 single crochet to 4-inches
Christmas Universe yarn from Hobbii in color number 24 (Christmas Comet Star), 505 yards. If you are not able to find this yarn locally, you can find it here. Note: this is a seasonal yarn and may not be available year-round. However, any fingering yarn will work well with this crochet pattern.
Crochet Hook Size H
CH = Chain
DC = Double Crochet
SK = Skip
SL ST = Slip Stitch
SP = Space
ST = Stitch
STs = Stitches
[ ] = Repeat Between
Crochet Pattern Notes
The length of the starting chain will determine how long the final project ends up being.
The granny clusters should line up with each other on the top and bottom of the rounds.
In the corner space, I worked a chain 2. You can work a chain 3 or other length in the corner stitch depending on the look you are going for with your crochet rectangle. You can find a more detailed tutorial on how to crochet a rectangle pattern.
In the 4th CH from the Hook, work 2 DC. (Counts as 3 DC with the skipped Chains). [CH 1, SK 2 STs, 3 DC in next ST]. Repeat across between [ ]. In the last ST work (3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC, CH 2, 3DC).
Continue working on the underside.
[CH 1, SK 2 STs, 3 DC in next ST]. Repeat across between [ ]. In the last ST work (3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC, CH 2, 2DC). Join with a SL ST to the top CH of the beginning CH. (20 granny clusters)
CH 4 (Counts as DC, CH 1). [3 DC in the CH 1 SP, CH 1]. Repeat across between [ ] to the first corner CH 2 SP. In the CH 2 SP work (3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC). CH 1. In the next CH 2 SP work (3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC). Continue to the underside CH 1 [3 DC in the CH 1 SP, CH 1]. Repeat across between [ ]. In the CH 2 corner SP work (3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC). CH 1. In the next CH 2 SP work (3 DC, CH 2, 2 DC). Join with a SL ST into the 3rd CH of the initial CH 4. (24 granny clusters)
CH 3 (Counts as DC). 2 DC in the same CH 1 SP. CH 1 [3 DC in CH 1 SP, CH 1]. Repeat across between [ ] to the first corner CH 2 SP. In the CH 2 SP work (3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC). CH 1. Work 3 DC in the CH 1 SP. CH 1. In the next CH 2 SP work (3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC). Continue to the underside CH 1 [3 DC in the CH 1 SP, CH 1]. Repeat across between [ ]. In the CH 2 corner SP work (3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC). CH 1. Work 3 DC in the CH 1 SP. CH 1. In the next CH 2 SP work (3 DC, CH 2, 3 DC) CH 1. Join with a SL ST into the top CH of the initial CH 3. (28 granny clusters)
Rounds 4 through 23
Repeat rounds 2 and 3 until you reach your desired size.
Leave about a 12-inch yarn tail. Weave in yarn ends and remove excess yarn.
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