1:24th scale lace tablecloth and table mats by Frances Powell
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1:24th scale lace tablecloth and table mats

January 2005
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This is NOT suitable for a first project in miniature crochet, due to the very tiny hook and fine thread used

Please note: All items shown in this photo are LARGER than actual size

Materials required for whole set of table mats: ½ ball No. 80 crochet cotton or Tatting thread No 70 (this will be enough to work 6 of each size tablemat), 0.40 mm crochet hook.
Tablecloth -1 ball No. 100 crochet cotton or good quality sewing thread, size 0.40 mm crochet hook.

Approximate finished sizes:
Large tablemat -
¾-inch/2 cm long by ½-inch/1.25 cm wide
Small round mat - ¼-inch/0.75 cm diameter
Tablecloth - 4-inches/10 cm long by 3¼-inches/8 cm wide

Gauge: is not important in this project, as miniature tables vary in size

Other items shown in photograph are knitted mantel cover and crochet chairbacks and chair arm covers, which are NOT included in this pattern but are available to buy on separate patterns.


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