Young Love Lacy Openwork Crochet Tablecloth Pattern Instructions

Welcome to this Friday’s VTNS Fan Freebie!

This is a lovely romantic crocheted tablecloth pattern that would go well with a theme of June weddings and summer love. It’s from a 1940 crochet pattern book called Table Treasures by The Spool Cotton Company.

Don’t worry if you can’t finish a large tablecloth, this pretty motif could be used to make a pillow, table scarf or runner.  J&P Coats Mercerized Crochet cotton is used to make the cloths crisp and fresh.

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Vintage Crafts and More - Young Love Lacy Openwork Crochet Tablecloth Pattern Motif

From the same booklet, I thought this may be helpful, a chart for Simple Crochet Stitches and General Information on Gauge, Blocking and Laundering Cotton Articles:

Vintage Crafts and More - Simple Crochet Stitches

The dainty encircled flower…. lacy openwork in a poetic arrangement – here’s a romantic cloth with a delicate, frosted look!

Vintage Crafts and More - Young Love Lacy Openwork Crochet Tablecloth

Like I said in the beginning of the post, this pattern uses J&P Coats Mercerized Crochet thread, size 20 and a No. 8 or 9 steel crochet hook. The blocked motif measures 3¾ inches in diameter. For a tablecloth 45 x 57 inches, make 12 x 15 motifs.

Here’s the PDF file of the pattern:

Young Love Lacy Openwork Crochet Tablecloth Pattern

To download it you’ll need the Adobe Reader software on your computer. Most computers come with it, but it is free and can be found here.

Download Instructions: Right-Click the link and select either “save target as” or “save link as” depending on what browser you are using or simply click on it and save or print.

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