1:12th scale Octagonal tablecloth by Frances Powell
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1:12th scale Octagonal tablecloth

Crochet
January 2002
Thread ?
0.6 mm
1.5 mm
4-inch/10 cm and 7-inch/18.5 cm
both US and UK
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The same pattern is used to make the tablecloth/doily whichever size is chosen.

This pattern is now available with a choice of either UK or US crochet terms

For Intermediate crochet workers

Materials required:
Small tablecloth -
size 0.60 mm crochet hook, No 80 crochet thread or good quality sewing thread.
Large tablecloth – size 1.50 mm crochet hook, approx 55 yards/50 metres No 10 crochet cotton.
Note: Pattern includes notes on enlarging tablecloth and making part of it into a cushion.

Finished sizes:
Small tablecloth -
approx 4-inches/10 cm diameter.
Large tablecloth – approx 7-inches/18.5 cm diameter

Gauge – Rounds 1-3 = ¾-inch/2 cm diameter (small tablecloth) or 1½-inches/4 cm (large tablecloth)

This pattern may be used to make either a doily or a dolls house tablecloth.

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