Spiderweb Design Luncheon Cloth Crochet Pattern for your Halloween Table

Spiderweb Design Luncheon Cloth

I thought this would be a fun pattern to share since we are in October. This really is a pretty tablecloth. The pattern looks complicated. It has clusters, clones knots and spiderweb blocks, but a fun cover for your Halloween party table.

Spiderweb Design Luncheon Cloth Crochet Pattern

 

Lily Crocheted Bedspreads & Novelties

This vintage crochet pattern comes from the Lily Crocheted Bedspreads & Novelties booklet number 203 featuring Daisy cotton. I’m guessing the date is in the 1940’s. There’s no date listed in the booklet. I’m basing that on the cost being only 10 cents when it was first produced. I love the cover filled with Daisies.

 

Lily Crocheted Bedspreads and Novelties Booklet

 

Daisy Mercerized Crochet Cotton

Lily Daisy Mercerized Crochet Cotton

 

The booklet features Daisy mercerized crochet cotton. You need a similar thread to make the cloth.

The crochet cotton size is 50. DMC Cordonnet Crochet Cotton 50 is an alternative.

I did a search and didn’t come up with too many original Lily Daisy cotton in Size 50.

Also a No. 14 crochet hook and the handkerchief linen they used was green.

 

 

Spiderweb Design

Here’s the first page of the pattern. If you click on it, it will open in a new window. There it will be larger and a bit easier to read. For the complete two page instructions, see the PDF file below.

Spiderweb Design Cloth Crochet Pattern

You can see it uses a Triple Treble (tr tr). Thank goodness it describes how to make this stitch since I don’t come across it very often.

Triple Treble (tr tr) — Thread over 4 times, insert in work, catch thread and pull through, and work off in twos.

The Crochet Spot has a post on how to do this stitch and the Crochet Guru has a YouTube video explaining how to do the Triple Treble crochet stitch.

 

 

PDF file download:

Spiderweb Design Luncheon Cloth Crochet Pattern

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2 comments

  1. Kristin says:

    I really admire this pattern. I don’t see a spider web, I see snowflakes! It’s very very pretty. I bought some linen material from a second hand shop, in a 100% linen garment that I tore apart. It isn’t handkerchief linen, but I do know where I can find it- any of the fabric sellers have it. The online sellers also sell polyester linen, which avoid.

    Thank you for the pattern!

    • Debra says:

      Hi Kristin, You’re welcome. Yes, I can see snowflakes too. I love the combination of linen and the crochet motifs. It’s a pretty one. Thanks for your comment. Debra

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