Waverly Placemat Designer Knitting Pattern
Waverly Placemat Designer Knitting Pattern

Waverly Placemat Designer Knitting Pattern

Regular price $ 7.00

Discover James’ new woven knitting stitch and enjoy making beautiful placemats to refresh your dining table.

Designer Knitting Pattern
This pattern is the first to use James’ new woven knitting stitch pattern. It is a fun technique that can be easily mastered by a beginner or provide meditation for the experienced knitter. Alternating rows of 1 x 1 ribbing and a second color woven between slip stitches provides a surprising result. The finished placemats are reversible — identical on both sides. And, of course, they are washable.

This designer knitting pattern was created for worsted weight Dodici.

This designer knitting pattern includes instructions, a list of all abbreviations. Plus, a link is provided to our website for a complimentary Woven Knitting tutorial video.

Knitting Help
For your convenience, we’ve collected definitions for abbreviations, links to tutorial videos that may make knitting your project easier and more fun, as well as guides to techniques and tailoring. Visit the Knitting Help page on our website.

Lana Grossa’s Dodici, 65% Cotton, 25% Viscose, 10% Linen, 50 grams/1.7 ozs., 120yards/109.7 meters

Skeins Needed for This Project
Per placemat:
Color A = 2 balls
Color B = 1 ball

24 sts and 36 rows = 4"/10cm in stockinette, washed and blocked.

Suggested Needles and Notions

  • US 7/34.5 mm, 20” circular needles, or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Tapestry needle
  • Stitch markers

Approx. 15”/33 cm x 23”/45.7 cm, before blocking.

Note when washed the size will become a little smaller.

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A link to this Downloadable Pattern will be provided after checkout, as well as via email. Downloadable Patterns are nonrefundable.


Sophisticated, elegant, stylish, chic. After seeing James’ collection, I may give up needlepoint.

Patsy A.

These designs take men's sweaters to a whole new level of luxury and deliciousness. Might have to get a new man once my divorce goes through, just so I can knit him a James Cox Knits sweater.

Florence Q.