1940s Oval Pineapple Tablecloth Free Vintage Crochet Pattern

This 1940s lace crochet oval pineapple tablecloth measures approximately 66 x 80 inches when complete (per original instructions). Please note, it is important when a round says there should be so many spaces, etc., and gives a count that you make sure your round is accurate.

Pattern has been corrected for Round 37 as the original instructions were incorrect as you can see by the comments below.

1940s Oval Pineapple Tablecloth Free Vintage Crochet Pattern
MATERIAL : 3200 yards size 10 cotton crochet thread
Steel crochet hook size 7
(1.5mm) GAUGE:    5 dc = ½  "; 3 dc rounds = 1"

Ch 3 is a dc unless otherwise stated and a ch 5 equals a dc plus ch 2 unless otherwise stated.

Use a marker to mark each row so you know where to begin and end.

Round 1: Ch 162, dc in 3rd ch from hook, dc in next 2 chs, * ch 2, sk 2 chs, dc in next 4 chs, rep from * across to end, 8 dc in last ch, working on opposite side of foundation ch, dc in next  4 chs, (ch 2, sk 2 chs, dc in next 4 chs) rep across, 8 dc in last ch, sl st to join in top of starting ch 3.
close up beginning rows 1940s Oval Pineapple Tablecloth Free Vintage Crochet Pattern
Rounds 1 - 5



Round 2: Ch 3, dc in next 3 dc, ch 2, (dc in 4 dc, ch 2) rep around, sl st in top of starting ch 3.  (58 groups of 4 dc)

Round 3: Ch 5, sk 2 dc, dc in next dc, ch 2, dc in next dc, (ch 2, sk 2 dc, dc in next dc, ch 2, dc in next dc) 25 times, ch 2, sk 2 dc, dc in next dc, (ch 2, dc in ch 2 sp, ch 2, dc in next dc, ch 2, sk 2 dc, dc in next dc) 3 times, continue around other side and end to correspond, join.

Round 4: Ch 5, dc in next sp, (ch 2, dc in next sp) 52 times, (ch 2, dc in next dc, ch 2, dc in next sp) 8 times, ch 2, dc in next dc, (ch 2, dc in next sp) 53 times, (ch 2, dc in next dc, ch 2, dc in next sp) 8 times, ch 2, join with si st in 3rd ch of starting ch 5. (140 ch 2 sps)

Round 5: Sl st to center of next sp, ch 5, dc in next sp, (ch 2, dc in next sp) rep around, ending with ch 2, sl st to join in 3rd ch of starting ch 5.

Round 6: Rep Rnd 5. (140 ch 2 sps)

Round 7: Sl st into next sp, ch 5, dc in next sp, (ch 2, dc in next sp) 51 times, (ch 3, dc in next sp) 16 times, (ch 2, dc in next sp) 54 times, (ch 3, dc in next sp) 16 times, ch 2, dc in next sp, ch 2,  sl st to join in 3rd ch of starting ch 5. (140 ch sps around)

Round 8: Sl st into next sp, ch 5, dc in next sp,(ch 2,dc in next sp) 50 times, (ch 4, dc in next sp)  16 times, (ch 2, dc in next sp) 54 times, (ch 4, dc in next sp) 16 times, (ch 2, dc in next sp)  twice, ch 2, join with sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch 5. (140 ch 2 sps)

Round 9: Sl st into next sp, ch 5, dc in next sp, (ch 2, dc in next sp) 49 times, (ch 5, dc in next sp) 16 times, (ch 2, dc in next sp) 54 times, (ch 5, dc in next sp) 16 times, (ch 2, dcin next sp)  3 times, ch 2, join in 3rd ch of ch 5.

Round 10: Sl st across next sp, next dc and to center of following sp, ch 3, dc in next sp, ch 4, dc dec over next 2 sps (dc dec = dc in 1st sp holding back last Ip of dc, dc in next sp holding back last Ip, yo, pull through all remaining Ips at once), (ch 4, dc dec over next 2 sps) 23 more times, (ch 4, dc in next sp) twice, (ch 4, dc in next dc, ch 4, dc in next sp) 5 times, ch 4, dc in next dc,  ch 4, dc in next sp, ch 4, dc in same sp, (ch 4, dc in next dc, ch 4, dc in next sp) 4 times, ch 4,  dc in next dc, (ch 4, dc in next sp) twice, (ch 4, dc dec over next 2 sps) 28 times,  (ch 4, dc in next sp) twice, (ch 4, dc in next dc, ch 4, dc in next sp) 5 times, ch 4, dc in next dc,  ch 4, dc in next sp, ch 4, dc in same sp, (ch 4, dc in next dc, ch 4, dc in next sp) 5 times, ch 4,  dc in next sp, (ch 4, dc dec over next 2 sps) 3 times, ch 4, join. (108 sps)

Round 11: Sl st to center of next sp, ch 8, dc in next sp, (ch 5, dc in next sp) rep around,  ending with ch 5, sl st to join in 3rd ch of starting ch 8. (108 sps)

Rounds 12 through 14: Rep Rnd 11.

Round 15: Sl st into next sp, ch 4, 6 tr in same sp, ch 3, sk 1 sp, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc - shell made)  in next dc, ch 3, sk 1 sp,* 7tr in next sp, ch3, sk 1 sp, shell in next dc, ch 3, sk 1 sp, rep from * around, ending ch 3, join with a sl st in top of starting ch 4.

Round 16: Ch 5, tr in next tr, (ch 1, tr in next tr) 5 times across pineapple, ch 3, shell over shell,  ch 3, * (tr in next tr, ch 1) across pineapple, tr in last tr of pineapple, ch 3, shell over shell,   ch 3, rep from * around ending with ch 3, sl st in 4th ch of starting ch 5.

Round 17: Sl st into 1st ch 1 sp between tr, ch 1, sc in same sp, (ch 3, sc in next ch 1 sp) 5 times, * ch 3, shell over shell, ch 3, sc in ch 1 sp between next 2 tr, (ch 3, sc in next ch sp) 5 times,  rep from * around, ending with ch 3, join.

Round 18: Sl st into 1 st ch 3 sp, ch 1, sc in same sp, * (ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp) 4 times, ch 3,  shell over shell, ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp of pineapple, rep from *around, ending ch 3, join with  sl st in starting sc.

Round 19: Sl st into 1 st ch 3 sp, ch 1, sc in same sp, * (ch 3, sc in next sp) 3 times, ch 3,  shell over shell, ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp of pineapple, rep from around, ending with ch 3,  sl st to join in 1st sc.

Round 20: Sl st into next ch 3 sp, ch 1, sc in same sp, * (ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp) twice, ch 3,  (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 3, 2dc) in center of next shell, ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp of pineapple rep from around, ending with ch 3, join in .1 st sc.

Round 21: Sl st into next ch 3 sp, ch 1, sc in same sp, ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp, ch 3, * shell in next  ch 3 sp (between groups of 2 dc), ch 3, shell in next ch 3 sp (between second set of 2 dc),  (ch 3, sc in next ch 3 of pineapple) twice, ch 3, rep from * around, ending ch 3, sl st in 1 st sc.

Round 22: Sl st into next ch 3 sp, ch 1, sc in same sp, ch 3, * shell over shell, ch 3, (dc, ch 5, dc)  in next ch 3 sp (between shells), ch 3, shell over shell, ch 3, sc in last ch 3 sp of pineapple, ch 3, rep from * around, ending with ch 3, join in 1st sc.

Round 23: Sl st to center of 1st shell, (shell over shell, ch 3, 7 tr in ch 5 sp, ch 3, shell over shell)  8 times, (shell over shell, ch 3, 8 tr in ch 5 sp, ch 3, shell over shell) 8 times,  (shell over 6hell, ch 3,7 tr in ch 5 sp, ch 3, shell over shell) 10 times,  (shell over shell, ch 3,8 tr in ch 5 sp, ch 3, shell over shell) 8 times,  (shell over shell, ch 3, 7 tr in ch 5 sp, ch 3, shell over shell) twice, sl st to join in starting ch 3.

Round 24: Sl st to center of shell, ch 3, dc in same sp, ch 3, tr in each tr across pineapple with ch 1 between each tr, ch 3, 2 dc in center of next shell, ch 1, * 2 dc in center of next shell, ch 3, tr in each tr across with ch 1 between each tr, ch 3, 2 dc in center of next shell, ch 1, rep from * around, join last ch 1 with sl st in top of starting ch 3.

Round 25: Sl st across to ch 1 sp between first 2 tr, ch 1, sc in same sp, * (ch 3, sc in next ch 1 sp) across pineapple, ch 3, shell in ch 1 sp between next 2 groups of 2 dc, rep from * around, join last ch 3 with sl st in starting sc.

Round 26: Sl st into first ch 3 sp of pineapple, ch 1, sc in same sp, * (ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp) across pineapple, ch 3, shell over shell, rep from around, join.

Round 27: Sl st into 1st ch 3 sp of pineapple, ch 1, sc in same sp, * (ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp) across pineapple, ch 4, shell in shell, ch 4, sc in 1st ch 3 sp of pineapple , rep from * around, join.

Round 28: Sl st into 1st ch 3 sp of pineapple, ch 1, sc in same sp, * (ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp) across pineapple, ch 4, (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 3,2 dc) in next shell, ch 4, sc in next ch 3 sp of pineapple,  rep from * around, ending with ch 4, sl st in starting sc.

Round 29: Sl st into 1st ch 3 sp of pineapple, ch 1, sc in same sp, * (ch 3 sc in next ch 3 sp) across pineapple, ch 4, shell in next ch 3 sp, ch 4 shell in next ch 3 sp, ch 4, sc in 1 st ch 3 sp of next pineapple, rep from * around, ending with ch 3, sl st in starting sc.

Round 30: Sl st into 1st ch 3 sp of pineapple, ch 1, sc in same sp, (ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, dc in ch 4 sp, ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, sc in last ch 3 sp of next pineapple) 7 times,  (ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, dc in next ch 4 sp, ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, sc in ch 3 sp of pineapple, ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp) 8 times, (ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, dc in ch 4 sp, ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, sc in last ch 3 sp of pineapple) 10 times, (ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, dc in ch 4 sp, ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, sc in ch 3 sp, ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp) 8 times, (ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, dc in ch 4 sp, ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, sc in last ch 3 sp of pineapples) 3 times, ending with sl st in starting sc.

Round 31: Sl st to center of 1st shell, * shell over shell, (ch 4, dc in next sp) twice, ch 4, shell over shell, rep from *7 times, (ch 4, sc in last ch 3 sp of pineapple, ch 4, shell over shell, (ch 4, dc in next sp) twice, ch 4, shell over shell) 8 times, continue other side and end to correspond, joining as before.

Round 32: Sl st to center of 1 st shell  , ch 7, dc in next sp, (ch 4, dc in next sp) twice, ch 4, dc in center of next shell, * dc in center of next shell, (ch 4, dc in next sp) 3 times, ch 4, dc in center of next shell, rep from * 5 more times, dc in center of next shell, (ch 4, dc in next sp) 3 times, ch 4, shell over shell, ** shell over shell, (ch 4, dc in next sp) 3 times, ch 4, shell over shell **, rep from ** to ** 6 more times, shell over next shell, (ch 4, dc in next sp) 3 times, ch 4, dc in next shell sp, dc in next shell sp, continue around to correspond, ending with a sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch 7.

Round 33: Sl st to center of next sp, ch 9, dc in next sp, ch 6, dc in next sp, ch 6, dc dec over  next 2 sp, * (ch 6, dc in next sp) twice, ch 6, dc dec over next 2 sp *, 6 more times,  (ch 6, dc in next sp) 3 times, (ch 6, dc in next shell sp) twice, ** (ch 6, dc in next sp) 4 times,  (ch 6, dc in next shell sp) twice **, rep from ** to ** 6 more times, (ch 6, dc in next sp) 3 times, ch 6, dc dec over next 2 sps, rep from * to * 9 times, (ch 6, dc in next sp) 3 times, ch 6, dc in next shell sp, ch 6, dc in next shell sp, rep from **10 ** 7 times, (ch 6, dc in next sp) 3 times, ch 6, dc dec over next 2 sps, rep from * to * once, (ch 6, dc in next sp) twice, ch 6, dc in next sp, join with a sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch 9. (156 sps)

Round 34: Ch 6, dc in next sp, (ch 3, dc in next dc, ch 3, dc in next sp) all around, ch 3, join with a sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch 6. NOTE: Dc dec counts as dc.

Round 35: Sl st to center of next sp, ch 6, dc in next sp, (ch 3, dc in next sp) rep all around,  ending with ch 3, sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch 6. (312 spaces)

Round 36: Ch 6, dc in next dc, ch 3, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp, dc in next dc,  (ch 3, dc in next dc, ch 3, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp, dc in next dc) rep all around,  ending with 2 dc in last sp, join in 3rd ch of starting ch 6.

Round 37: Ch 6, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp, dc in next dc, ch 3, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp, dc in next dc, (ch 3, dc in each of the next 4 dc's, ch 3, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp, dc in next dc, ch 3, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp, dc in next dc) rep all around ending with ch 3, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp, join with sl st to 3rd ch of starting ch. See below what this row looks like.
IMAGE OF ROUND 37

Round 38: Ch 6, dc in next dc, * ch 3, sk 2 dc, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp, dc in next dc, ch 3,  sk 2 dc, dc in next dc, ch 3, dc in next 4 dc, ch 3, dc in next dc, rep from * around, ending  with 2 dc in last sp, sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch 6.

Round 39: Ch 6, dc in next dc, ch 3, dc in next dc, ch 3, sk 2 dc, dc in next dc, * (ch 3, dc in next dc) twice, ch 3, sk 2 dc, dc in next dc, rep from * around, ending with ch 3, sl st in 3rd ch of  starting ch 6.

Round 40: Ch 9, dc dec over next 2 dc, (ch 6, dc dec over next 2 dc) 20 times, (ch 7, dc dec over next 2 dc) 51 times, (ch 6, dc dec over next 2 dc) 27 times, (ch 7, dc dec over next 2 dc)  51 times, (ch 6, dc dec over next 2 dc) 5 times, ch 6, dc in next dc holding back last Ip of dc on hook, sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch pulling through all Ips at once. (156 sp)

Round 41: Ch 9, dc in tip of next dc dec, (ch 6, dc in tip of next dc dec) 20 times, (ch 8, dc in tip of next dc dec) 51 times, (ch 6, dc in tip of next dc dec) 27 times, (ch 8, dc in tip of next dc dec)  51 times, (ch 6, dc in tip of next dc dec) 5 times, ch 6, join with a sl st in 3rd ch of starting  ch 9. (156 sp)

Round 42: Ch 3, dc in same dc, ch 3,2 dc in same dc (beg shell made),* (ch 3, sk next sp and next dc, 7 tr in next sp, ch 3, sk next dc and next sp, shell in next dc) * 7 times, ** (ch 4, sk next sp and next dc, 8 tr in next sp, ch 4, sk next dc and next sp, shell in next dc) ** 17 times, rep from * to * 9 times, rep from ** to **17 times, rep from * to * twice, joining last ch 3 with sl st in top of starting ch 3. (52 pineapples started)

Round 43: Sl st to center of 1st shell, shell over shell, *(ch 3, tr in next 7 tr with ch 1 between each tr, ch 3, shell over shell) * 7 times, ** (ch 4, tr in each of next 8 tr with ch 1 between each tr, ch 4, shell over shell) **17 times, rep from * to * 9 times, rep from ** to ** 1 7 times, rep from * to twice, ending with ch 3, sl st in top of starting ch 3.

Round 44: Sl st to center of 1st shell, shell over shell, * ch 3, sc in 1st ch sp of pineapple,  (ch 3, sc in next ch sp) across pineapple, ch 3, shell over shell *, rep from * to * 6 more times, ** ch 4, sc in 1st ch sp of pineapple, (ch 3, sc in next ch sp) across pineapple, ch 4, shell over shell **, rep from ** to ** 16 more times, rep from to * 9 times, rep from ** to ** 17 times, rep from * to * twice, ending with ch 3, sl st in top of starting ch 3.

Rounds 45 and 46: Rep as for Rnd 44, having one less ch 3 sp across each pineapple.

Round 47: Rep as for Rnd 46, but in center of each shell make (2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc, ch 3, 2 dc) instead of shell.

Round 48: Sl st to ch 3 sp between sets of 1 st 2 dc, * shell in same sp, ch 3, shell in next ch 3 sp between sets of dc *, continue to work around as in Rnd 46, but work from * to * in both shell sps between each pineapple.

Round 49: Sl st to center of 1st shell, shell over shell, ch 3, dc in ch 3 sp between shells, ch 3, shell over shell *, continue as for Rnd 46, working from * to * in shell sps between pineapples.

Round 50: Sl st to center of shell, * shell over shell, (ch 3, dc in next sp) twice, ch 3, shell over shell, rep from 7 more times, ** ch 4, sc in last ch sp, ch 4, shell over shell, (ch 3, dc in next sp) twice, ch 3, shell over shell, rep from **17 times, continue other side and end to correspond, join last shell with a sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch 3.

Round 51: Sl st to center of 1 st shell, ch 7, dc in next sp, (ch 4, dc in next sp) twice, ch 4, dc in next shell sp, * dc in next shell sp, (ch 4, dc in next sp) 3 times, ch 4, dc in next shell sp,  rep from * 5 more times, dc in center of next shell, (ch 4, dc in next sp) 3 times, ch 4, shell over shell, ** shell over shell, (ch 4, dc in next sp) 3 times, ch 4, shell over shell, rep from ** 15 more times, continue other side and end to correspond, ending with dc in last shell sp, join with a  sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch 7.

Round 52: Sl st to center of next sp, ch 9, dc in next sp, ch 6, dc in next sp, ch 6, dc dec over next 2 sps, * (ch 6, dc in next sp) twice, ch 6, dc dec over next 2 sps rep from * to * 5 more times,  (ch 6, dc in next sp) 3 times, (ch 6,dc in next shell sp) twice, **(ch 6, dc in next sp) 4 times,  (ch 6, dc in next shell sp) twice **, rep from ** to ** 15 times, (ch 6, dc in next sp) 3 times,  ch 6, dc dec over next 2 sps, rep from * to * 8 times, (ch 6, dc in next sp) 3 times,  (ch 6, dc in next shell sp) twice, rep from ** to **16 times, (ch 6, dc in next sp) 3 times, ch 6, dc dec over next 2 sps, (ch 6, dc next sp) twice, ch 6, dc in last sp, join with sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch 9. (258 sps)

Rounds 53 and 54: Sl st to center of next sp, ch 9, dc in next sp, (ch 6, dc in next sp) rep around, join last ch 3 with sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch 9.

Round 55: Ch 6, dc in next sp, ch 3, dc in next dc, (ch 3, dc in next sp, ch 3, dc in next dc) rep around, ending with ch 3, sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch 6.

Round 56: Sl st to center of next sp. ch 6, dc in next sp, (ch 3, dc in next sp) rep around, ending with ch 3, sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch 6.

Round 57: Ch 6, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp, dc in next dc, * (ch 3, dc in next dc) twice,  2 dc in next sp, dc in next dc, rep from * around, join as before.

Round 58: Ch 6, * dc in next 4 dc, ch 3, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp, dc in next dc, ch 3, sk 2 dc,  dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp, dc in next dc, ch 3, rep from * around, ch 3, join.

Round 59: Ch 6, * dc in next 4 dc, ch 3, dc in next dc, ch 3, sk 2 dc, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp,  dc in next dc, ch 3, sk 2 dc, dc in next dc, ch 3, rep from * around, ch 3, join.

Round 60: Ch 6, dc in next dc, * ch 3, sk 2 dc, dc in next dc, (ch 3, dc in next dc) twice, rep from * around, ch 3, join.

Round 61: Ch 9, dc dec over next 2 dc, (ch 6, dc dec over next 2 dc) 21 times,  (ch 7, dc dec over next 2 dc) 102 times, (ch 6, dc dec over next 2 dc) 27 times,  (ch 7, dc dec over next 2 dc) 102 times, (ch 6, dc dec over next 2 dc)4 times, ch 6,dcin last sp,  sl st to join in 3rd ch of starting ch 9. (258 sps)

Round 62: Ch 9, dc in tip of next dc dec, (ch 6, dc in tip of next dc dec) 21 times,  (ch 8, dc in tip of next dc dec) 102 times, (ch 6, dc in tip of next dc dec) 27 times,  (ch 8, dc in tip of next dc dec) 102 times, (ch 6, dc in tip of next dc dec) 4 times, ch 6, join with sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch 9.

Round 63: Sl st across to next dc, shell in same dc, (ch 3, sk next sp and next dc, 7 tr in next sp, ch 3, sk next dc and nextsp, shell in next dc) 7 times, (ch 4, sk next sp and next dc. 8 tr in next sp, ch 4, sk next dc nnd next sp, shell in next dc) 34 times, (ch 3, sk next sp and next dc, 7 tr in next sp, ch 3, sk next dc and next sp, shell in next dc) 9 times, (ch 4, sk nextsp and next dc, 8 tr in next sp, ch 4, sk next dc and next sp, shell in next dc) 34 times, (ch 3, sk next sp and next dc, 7 tr in next sp, ch 3, sk next dc and next sp, shell in next dc) twice, ending with ch 3, si st in top of starting ch 3. (86 pineapples started)

Round 64: Sl st to center of 1 st shell, shell over shell, * (ch 3, tr in each of 7 tr with ch 1 between each tr, ch 3, shell over shell) * 7 times, ** (ch 4, tr in each of 8 tr with ch 1 between each tr,  ch 4, shell over shell) ** 34 times, rep from * to * 9 times, rep from ** to ** 34 times, rep from * to * twice, ending with ch 3, join with si st in top of starting ch 3.

Round 65: Rep Rnd 44.  NOTE:  There are 34 pineapples on each side instead of 17 as listed in Rnd 44.

Round 66: Repeat Round 45.

Rounds 67 through 72: Rep Rnds 46-51.

Round 73: Sl st to center of next sp, ch 7, dc in next sp, (ch 4, dc in next sp) twice, ch 4, dc between next 2 dc, * (ch 4, dc in next sp) 4 times, ch 4, dc between next 2 dc *, rep from * to *  5 more times, ** (ch 4, dc in next sp) 4 times, ch 4, dc in center of next shell, dc in center of  next shell **, rep from ** to ** 33 more times, continue from * around to complete second  side and end, join.

Round 74: Sl st to center of next sp, ch 7, dc in next sp, (ch 4, dc in next sp) 37 times,  (ch 6, dc in next sp) 166 times, (ch 4, dc in next sp) 49 times, (ch 6, dc in next sp) 166 times, (ch 4, dc in next sp) 10 times, ch 4, join with sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch 7.

Round 75: Sl st to center of next sp, ch 7, dc in next sp, ch 4, dc in next sp, ch 4, 3 dc cluster in next sp, (3 dc cluster: 3 dc in same sp, holding back the last Ip of each dc, yo, pull through all remaining Ips at once), * (ch 4, dc in next sp) 4 times, ch 4, dc cluster in next sp *, rep from * to *  6 times, ** (ch 6, dc in next sp) 4 times, ch 6, dc cluster in next sp **, rep from ** to ** 32 more times, rep from * to * 10 times, rep from ** to ** 33 times, rep from  to * twice, ch 4, dc in next sp, ch 4, join with sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch 7.

Round 76: Sl st to center of next sp, ch 3, 2 dc cluster in same sp, ch 4, sc in next sp, ch 4, 3 dc cluster in next sp, ch 6, sc in 3rd ch from hook (picot made), ch 3, 3 dc cluster in next sp, * ch 4, sc in next sp, ch 4, 3 dc cluster in next sp, ch 4, sc in next sp ch 4, 3 dc cluster in next sp, ch 6, sc in 3rd ch from hook, ch 4, 3 dc cluster in next sp *, rep from * to * 6 more times; ** ch 6, sc in next sp, ch 6, 3 dc cluster in next sp, ch 6, sc in next sp, ch 6, 3 dc cluster in next sp, ch 6, sc in 3rd ch from hook, ch 3, 3 dc cluster in next sp **, rep from ** to ** 32 more times, rep from * to * 10 times, rep from ** to ** 33 times, rep from * to * twice, ending with ch 4, sl st in top of starting cluster.

Fasten off and weave in ends. Starch lightly if desired. Block and Press.

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1940s Oval Pineapple Tablecloth Free Vintage Crochet Pattern close up

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Comments

  1. Does the pattern state what weight crochet cotton? #10 or #20? I may be crazy, but I think I want to try it.+

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  2. Sorry I missed your question. I would try a size 10 crochet thread and if the stitch work is loose looking drop down to a 8 or 9 steel hook.

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  3. i have tried over and over several times and still trying to come out with 58 group sets of 4 dc 140 chains spaces and mine just want come out i have tried it so many times unless its at the ends

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    1. Worked on this using a heavier yarn to see what I was doing. For Round 2 am coming up with 58 groups of 4 dc. Working ends of 8 dc on Round 1 and in Round 2 am separating them out into 2 groups of 4 dc. (First side plus one end gives 29 4 dc groups, then other side plus end gives another 29 4 dc groups.) Hope this helps!

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  4. Is there a way to extend the length of this patter by 6 inches on each end?

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    1. Hello,

      Just quickly looking, and this is guessing for now, after ROUNDS 53 and 54 try repeating ROUNDS 55 and 56 until reaching the extended 6 inches you are trying to obtain. Then continue Rounds 57 onward. It might work.

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    2. Thank you so much!!! I will try it.

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    3. You are more than welcome and hope it works!

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  5. Is there a way to extend the length of this pattern by 6 inches on each end?

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    1. Hello,

      Just quickly looking, and this is guessing for now, after ROUNDS 53 and 54 try repeating ROUNDS 55 and 56 until reaching the extended 6 inches you are trying to obtain. Then continue Rounds 57 onward. It might work.

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  6. Haven't started yet, just reading the pattern, I've been crocheting lace doilys for many years, started when I was 10. Thanks to my my grandma. I'm 66 and forgetting things, but I will not stop. Thank you so much

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    1. That is so awesome!! Have been crocheting since 6 and there have seen a lot of changes along the way. You keep on crocheting and it's so awesome your grandma taught you!

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  7. Hi! I'm loving this pattern. I am on row 29/30 and am wondering if there is an error in direction (or more likely, I'm doing it wrong). In row 29 I was confused by the one sc with one ch across pineapple, in row 30 it calls for SC in the ch 3 sp across the pineapple, but there are no ch 3 sps, only 1 ch sps. I have not have had any difficulty until now.. any help would be appreciated!

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    1. Hang in there. Am looking into the directions to try and help you. Just wanted you to know I have not forgotten you and will try and answer your question.

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    2. Made a big type o and thank you very much for letting me know. This pattern has been corrected and here is Round 29 and 30:
      Round 29: Sl st into 1st ch 3 sp of pineapple, ch 1, sc in same sp, * (ch 3 sc in next ch 3 sp) across pineapple, ch 4, shell in next ch 3 sp, ch 4 shell in next ch 3 sp, ch 4, sc in 1 st ch 3 sp of next pineapple, rep from * around, ending with ch 3, sl st in starting sc.
      Round 30: Sl st into 1st ch 3 sp of pineapple, ch 1, sc in same sp, (ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, dc in ch 4 sp, ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, sc in last ch 3 sp of next pineapple) 7 times, (ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, dc in next ch 4 sp, ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, sc in ch 3 sp of pineapple, ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp) 8 times, (ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, dc in ch 4 sp, ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, sc in last ch 3 sp of pineapple) 10 times, (ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, dc in ch 4 sp, ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, sc in ch 3 sp, ch 3, sc in next ch 3 sp) 8 times, (ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, dc in ch 4 sp, ch 4, shell over shell, ch 4, sc in last ch 3 sp of pineapples) 3 times, ending with sl st in starting sc.

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    3. Thank you so much for looking into this and taking the time to rewrite the pattern. I really appreciate it! Also, a big thank you for sharing this gorgeous pattern, I love it.

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    4. You are so welcome. I type these by hand so there can be errors and am grateful when people catch an error or have a question so these patterns can be fixed. Thank you very much!

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  8. I'm on the last row (76) and I'm not sure where the * starts, whether there is a 3dc cluster both at the beginning and end of the sequence or not. I think no, but would like confirmation. Thank you so much, can't wait to finish this!

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    1. Thank you for letting me know about this and appreciate it very much. I have fixed Round 76: Round 76: Sl st to center of next sp, ch 3, 2 dc cluster in same sp, ch 4, sc in next sp, ch 4, 3 dc cluster in next sp, ch 6, sc in 3rd ch from hook (picot made), ch 3, 3 dc cluster in next sp, * ch 4, sc in next sp, ch 4, 3 dc cluster in next sp, ch 4, sc in next sp ch 4, 3 dc cluster in next sp, ch 6, sc in 3rd ch from hook, ch 4, 3 dc cluster in next sp *, rep from * to * 6 more times; ** ch 6, sc in next sp, ch 6, 3 dc cluster in next sp, ch 6, sc in next sp, ch 6, 3 dc cluster in next sp, ch 6, sc in 3rd ch from hook, ch 3, 3 dc cluster in next sp **, rep from ** to ** 32 more times, rep from * to * 10 times, rep from ** to ** 33 times, rep from * to * twice, ending with ch 4, sl st in top of starting cluster.

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    2. Thanks! I've finished it and it looks amazing! Looking forward to making another, I'm already missing working on it!

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    3. You are welcome! Now you're getting me to want to make one. Just haven't had the time.

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  9. I feel stupid, but I got stuck in row 1 already: first it was the dci, but I saw you said it was double crochet increase, which i will have to fix, no big deal. Then at the very end of the row you saod 8 dc in last ch, is it literally just 8 dc in the on ch, or am I understanding wrong? Please help

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    2. Okay, I see it's row 1. And have a typo - it's not DCI it's just dc. You would make 8 dc in the end chain and after working on opposite side, make 8 dc in the last chain. Have fixed Round 1.

      Round 1: Ch 162, dc in 3rd ch from hook, dc in next 2 chs, * ch 2, sk 2chs, dc in next 4 chs, rep from * across to end, 8 dc in last ch, working on opposite side of foundation ch, dc in next 4 chs, (ch 2, sk 2 chs, dc in next 4 chs) rep across, 8 dc in last ch, sl st to join in top of starting ch 3.

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    3. Thank you.

      But I am still confused about the 8 dc in the last chain. Is it like all the rest, or will all the dc be in one single ch?

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  10. All 8 double crochets will be in that one chain. Like the opposite end, this will form the roundness at each end. I have not made this yet but this is the start of the rounded ends that will follow on other rows of increases to maintain the roundness. Hope this helps.

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  11. On end 15. How many start of pineapples should we have? I think my is not right. Thank you for your help.

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    1. Haven't had a chance to make this yet so am not sure how many pineapples are on row 15. There was no chart with this Vintage pattern. Sorry.

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    2. Have partially worked on this and on Round 15 there should be 36 beginning pineapples. Have added this in the instructions. Thank you!

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    3. Have gone over this pattern and can find no more errors. It seems to be a pattern with easy stitches but lots of problems. Had no problem with round 27 when making this. Maybe there's something about 27 in these comments. Sorry I could not be of further assistance.

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  12. I am having a issue with round 23. I don't think I have enough base pineapples. How many pinapple starts should we have after round 15?

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    1. Have reviewed round 23 a couple times now and besides spelling errors, I cannot find any mistakes for this row.

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  13. I absolutely love to crochet! I keep a project going year round. When I
    finish one, I start another one. I have bee working on the 1940s Oval
    Pineapple tablecloth pattern. I have finished row 36 and started 37. It
    just doesn't seem like its working the way my brain thinks it should. the
    row begins as row 36. However, what's in the parenthesis doesn't seem to
    work (ch 3, sk 2 dc, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp). To do what is above
    where it says 2 dc in next space means I am reaching over 4 dc. I have done
    row 36 twice now and I'm 99% sure that I have it correct. (chain 3, dc in
    next dc(which leaves a space) chain 3 dc in next dc (which leaves a space)
    and two dc in space and a dc in next dc.) What am I missing? or am I
    overthinking? LOL
    Thanks for your help!

    Tammy Goodson

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    1. Tammy, I hope someone can help answer this. I've looked at the original pattern quite a few times now and can't find a mistake in row 36 or 37. Round 37 does have more increasing in it: Round 37: Ch 6, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp, dc in next dc, (ch 3, sk 2 dc, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp, dc in next dc, ch 3, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp, dc in next dc, ch 3, dc in next dc, 2 dc in next sp, dc in next dc) rep all around, ending with 2 dc in last sp, join with sl st in 3rd ch of starting ch 6. Maybe this will help.

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    2. Replace round 36 with round 57. Then round 37 should be okay. From the picture rounds 36-38 look the same as rounds 57-57. I had the same problem with round 37 so I got to looking and round 57 reads slightly differently so I think it should fix the problem.

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    3. Tammy, I got to Round 37 last night and found the original directions are incorrect. I rewrote Round 37 and included an image. This pattern has been updated all the way to Round 37. Am still going to finish this pattern as there is a question as to the size and want instructions to be as accurate as possible. Thank you for your questions.

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  14. Gn could you please where the star begins in round 25 so that the rpt.from star can be followed .With thanks

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    1. Just fixed this and sorry for the error. Round 25: Sl st across to ch 1 sp between first 2 tr, ch 1, sc in same sp, * (ch 3, sc in next ch 1 sp) across pineapple, ch 3, shell in ch 1 sp between next 2 groups of 2 dc, rep from * around, join last ch 3 with sl st in starting sc.

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  15. Hello. I have completed this cloth, and it is no where near 60 x 80 inches. I used size 8 crochet cotton. Here in South Africa our cotton os either size 5 or 8. I used the correct hook. The pattern was easy to follow, but did not cone out the right size as expected. How could i enlarge it? Thanks. Pam Clarke

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    1. yes i did block the finished cloth. Even blocked and pressed the cloth is nowhere near 60 x 80 inches. I've gone through the table cloth against the pattern row by row. I have not missed any rows. As i said the pattern was easy to follow row by row. I am just doing several "mesh" rows till it reaches the correct size. But thank you for your input.

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    2. Okay - Was just wondering and am considering removing this pattern. Am working on it to see for myself. Have a great day!

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  16. Have not made this yet and only posted up the original size from the original vintage instructions. Maybe someone else who has posted on here can validate what they have finished and compare the measurements. Am sorry yours did not turn out to the approximate size. The only way to enlarge it, looking at the photo is to repeat where the patterns repeat. As in the photo you can see where like, starting after the second pattern of pineapples (before the last round of pineapples) try an pick up on your and add a rounds of the shells, then works up to the pineapples, and ends again with the chain stitches. Hopefully this will help. Again, sorry yours has not worked out but hopefully this will help you Pam.

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    1. thank you. im just doing several rounds of "mesh" till i get to the correct size. Pam Clarke

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    1. This would be stunning and so delicate looking with that size thread. Maybe, looking at the photo, is to repeat where the patterns repeat. As in the photo you can see where like, starting after the second pattern of pineapples (before the last round of pineapples) try an pick up on your and add a rounds of the shells, then works up to the pineapples, and ends again with the chain stitches.

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  18. I love this pattern but I am having the same problem as Tammy. Round 37 just won't work. I have tried replacing round 36 with 57 as suggested and still can't get it to work. Don't know what I am doing wrong but constantly ripping rows to try and figure it out. The way it is now I too am jumping over 4dc to get to sp.

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    1. Hello there. I even bought the magazine which has this pattern and have looked and looked but it has the same instructions for Round 37 as well as 36 with 57. Have still not had the time to try and make this but intend to sit down this weekend and at least get to this round. Until then, I have no answers as the book says the same as what is posted. Am so sorry and am now sure what is going on until trying this myself. But, I will get back to you and let you know if I make it beyond Round 37.

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    2. Just want to let you know, am on Round 33 and soon to be on the round people are having a hard time with. Will update you as soon as I get a little past Round 37. Thanks for you patience.

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    3. Got to Round 37 last night and found the original directions are incorrect. I rewrote Round 37 and included an image. This pattern has been updated all the way to Round 37. Am still going to finish this pattern as there is a question as to the size and want instructions to be as accurate as possible. Thank you for your questions.

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  19. Thank you so much, appreciate the help, it really is a beautiful piece

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  20. Would it be possible to post an up close picture of the rows in question so we could see, its hard to tell in the original picture. Hopefully someone who has finished this piece can share how they did these rows.

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    1. Have uploaded some close ups. They are the end of the directions. Am going to start working on this pattern this weekend. Thank you for your patience!

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  21. Thank you so much for updating the pattern, I am working on it now but this keeps nagging at me. Many rows at the start call for "sl st to centre of next sp" and then to ch. My question is for example if it is a ch 3 space, I sl st into the 1st chain and then into the 2nd chain or do I sl st into the first 1st chain and then into the space and then ch 3 or whatever to start? Hope this makes sense. Thank you for taking the time to help me out.

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    1. If it is slip stitch to center of next space, (like you have 5 dc's, then slip stitch to 3rd dc). If it's a chain 3 space, and there are more than 1 dc to make, I'd slip stitch into the chain 3 space but it there is only 1 dc to make, I'd then sl st to the center of the chain in that space. Hope this helps.

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  22. Its row 5, 6 ,7 ,8 ,9 for example, i am jot sure how many chains I should be sl stitching in. You only ch 5 and then dc in next sp

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  23. The ch 5 equals a dc plus ch 2. Have read these rows and I would just sl st into the ch 2 space and do your stitches. It has been a little while since making this. Hope this helps. I will add to this pattern about the beginning chains counting as a stitch.

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  24. I can't believe I am having trouble with the first row. I chain 162 and dc in the 3rd chain from hook and then I do a dcnin the next 2 chains which gives a total of 3 counting the first chainbone. Then I chsin2 and do a dcnjb the next 4 chains for a group of 4. ( so the first part is already 1 dc short) I do this across and then at the end I am doing a dc in the last 4 chains but my last chain is actually where my last dc is going. I counted and have 162 chain. So am I doing 7 more dc in that last chain too? Could you be so kind as to post a picture of your work on both ends so I can see what I am doing before I give up on this completely. Maybe the ends and the first 5 rows. Thanks for your help.

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    1. Am going to post a picture. Hang on please.

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    2. Have posted a photo under Round 1. Hope this visual helps you. I had no problem on the beginning and if you are still struggling, just add another chain so you can get the amount of dc's required.

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  25. I finished this project and it is absolutely stunning, now I am going to make another one but would like it bigger by about 6 inches. Can I repeat row 5 and 6 multiple times do you think with no repercussions ? What I would like to do is put another set of pineapples in it but not sure at which row I would repeat rows to do it or if it would lay flat etc. Any thought on this anyone.

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    1. That is so awesome! Am glad its stunning too! It is a pretty lace pattern.

      Am not sure about repeating row 5 and 6 because of the increasing to keep in in shape. I know above, someone else asked about extending size and I thought maybe: "Just quickly looking, and this is guessing for now, after ROUNDS 53 and 54 try repeating ROUNDS 55 and 56 until reaching the extended 6 inches you are trying to obtain. Then continue Rounds 57 onward. It might work."

      Are you able to tell me what your size came out to be? This was questioned by another commenter and am curious. Thank you so much for letting me know about this long project and how this tablecloth turned out.

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  26. 48x60 was my finished size using a 1.40 mm hook and size 10 thread

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    1. Thank you for letting me know as it is a big help to others before they start working on this. Will correct the measurements of this pattern now as I did not get to finish mine yet but am using the same thread and hook (size 7).

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    2. My hook is a size 9 / 1.40 Boye. That's the printing on it. I did try the size 7 / 1.65 but my thread was splitting, same with the size 8 / 1.50. I just noticed my first row may be off where I did the 8dc in the end stitch. My one end looks exactly like the picture you posted but the other end has a hole that formed where I did the 8dc in the last chain. It reminds me not when you make a circle and the dc in the circle the little hole that forms. Did I do it wrong?

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    3. Thank you for letting me know about the hook size. I adjusted the measurements back to where they were and hopefully will finish mine to get the measurement with a size 7 hook.

      I know what you mean about the last chain thing and do not think you did anything wrong. Will pay attention to a doily the next time making one and see if there is a way around this and let you know.

      Thank you again!

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    4. Have been thinking about your question and try ch 2 instead of ch 3 in the beginning. Just thought about this with some doilies I've made and it helps.

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  27. Row 32 . . Continue around to correspond . . Where do I start to continue? Can't get it to come out to continue with row 33

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    1. Use a marker at the beginning of each of your rows then you won't lose where you started. You can use a safety pin for a marker.

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    2. No, I meant where do I begin the correspond on the pattern directions

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    3. After joining to the 3rd chain of round 32, you Sl st to center of next sp then begin.

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    4. Row 31 . . Should the repeat 7 tines be 8 times? I have counted over and over and with the repeat of 7 times I have to shell, ch 4, dc twice and shell before I ch 4, s in ch 3 of pineapple, giving me 9 of these groups. Never comes out even in the end of row

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    5. Actually, I get 10 of this grouping before i start the ch 4 sc in ch ogpf pineapple . . Im off somewhere . . Ive ripped out back to roepw 29 several tines and still cant cone out right when I continue with row 32

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    6. I have enlarged the image of Round 37. Click on the image and it will be larger than on here. Count down to the row you are working on and maybe it will help you. I don't remember doing it more than what was called for in the directions but do also remember wherever a row has the total number of spaces, etc., I counted the spaces because I got lost a few times.

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    7. I understand your frustration and actually almost gave up on this pattern. It has got to be one of the most frustrating patterns I've ever come across and have actually considered deleting this pattern from my blog. Can't tell you how many times I ripped out rows all the way back to counting the spaces, etc., all over again. It is a beautiful piece but will never make another one.

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    8. I am very determined to finish, no matter how many times I rip rows out, please keep this on your blog! You are so kind. It is very difficult to type instructions. I appreciate your time,

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    9. Thank you! And will keep this on here. What is so sad is the stitches are so easy but was frustrating with rows not turning out and yet each row has been gone over to fix any errors people have come across. For me, ovals are just simply not my thing...what can I say? Thank you for all of your patience and hope yours turns out really nice.

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    10. Oh, dear . . It's me again, row 30 comes out perfect, but still having problem with row 31. Instructions have a repeat of 7 times, but there are still 3 more of these groups to be completed before I start the next set of instructions which include the ch 4,sc in last ch 3 of pineapple. After I complete the 8 times group, directions are to continue other side end to correspond. Do I go back to beginning of this row to continue to end? Does not come out. This is all of row 31 . . . Again, thank you for your time! Happy New Year!

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    11. OMG . . I finally got the 156 spaces on row 33. YEAH

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    12. Was just getting ready to reply to your previous comment. Thank God you finally got the 156 spaces. Was trying to remember some of what I did and on the rows where it just wouldn't work out to the number of spaces, I'd use a safety pin to mark every 25 spaces to make it easier and know those spaces are there. This is a frustrating pattern but beautiful. You have a Happy New Year too!

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    13. Is it possible to add another row of pineapples to enlarge the tablecloth? I'm on row 73. Instead of chaining 3 and 4 between spaces, wouldn't changing the chains to 4 and 5 between?

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    14. Not sure but someone asked this type of question before and thought maybe this would work: Just quickly looking, and this is guessing for now, after ROUNDS 53 and 54 try repeating ROUNDS 55 and 56 until reaching the extended 6 inches you are trying to obtain. Then continue Rounds 57 onward. It might work.

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    15. How to block this tablecloth . . If I decide to try to enlarge, i am on row 74 . So, should I begin enlarging from 55 and 56.

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    16. As for enlarging, the response above is a suggestion and hopefully works. Am reading on blocking, as I do it different, but Blocking Instructions: Block your finished piece by washing your finished piece carefully by hand using a mild soap and rinse well with warm water. Place on pinning board and pin to shape using rust-proof pins. Let dry thoroughly. Remove from board. As for myself for doilies, crochet cotton pieces, I use steam in the iron on cotton setting. Place piece on iron board, you can pin, and I start at the center and work my way out. It works for me but might not appeal to others.

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  28. Love this pattern, but can you possibly take pic of tow 10 especially in the ends? Having much problems. Thank you

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  29. Sorry, but I no longer have the tablecloth. Just read the instructions really carefully on this row.

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  30. Hi I start the pattern but is all wrong on row 15 is 108 sp chains is not giving 36 base pineapples it gives 27. 108 ÷4=27, I don't know how anyone managed to obtain 36 because 36:4=144 chain spaces,can anyone help with this dilemma? Thanks

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    1. Removed the count from Round 15 and thank you for letting me know.

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  31. I see this pattern comments are mostly during past January, I want to start this pattern and need to know, please, are all those comments already corrected now? I mean, shall I start work from the instructions or go through comments to get it right?
    Hope I making myself clear here :)

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  32. Going to be straight up and honest, even thought this pattern has simple, easy stitches, it is easy to miscount and make mistakes. There are a lot of questions and comments. I've done all there is to do with it and highly suggest using markers for rows. Even when I made one, had to rip out many rows and restart, counting, using markers every 25 or 50 spaces to figure out where the mistake was. Don't know what to tell you but be prepared, if you go to work on this, to possibly run into problems. The instructions are correct according to the Vintage book directions and there is just nothing else to update on this pattern.

    Hope this helps and thank you for contacting me.

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    1. Thank you very much for your quick and honest reply.
      Really appreciated
      I just want to make sure, so please advice, can I work directly from the pattern (is it updated I mean) or work going through the notes mentioned in comments?

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    2. I keep this pattern updayed if you come across anything, just ask and will see what can be done. Thank you.

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  33. I'm working on this pattern and I'm in round 62 now. Just wanted to say: thank you <3
    Unfortunately, I'm out of yarn, but will resume as soon as I buy the new yarn.
    Once more, THANK YOU!

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    1. Am so glad and thank you so much for the THANK YOU! That means a lot. Glad this is working for you. Have a great day!

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  34. I am about to finish the pattern had some hiccups along the way...i have added three extra rows of pineapples ..i also did the increase at row 61.. did it six times in total..with the third addition of pineapple it was done as the pattern is written.i am very please with myself...it is a lovely pattern

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    1. Am so glad you got this pattern to work. It is amazing how simple the stitches are but easy to get lost and have, like you said, hiccups. Thank you for letting me know and have a great day!

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  35. I have finished the pattern added four extra rows of pineapples.crocheted row 61 six times but did the last increase of pineapple as the pattern indicated.ut is really a lovely pattern.

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    1. This is good news! Thank you for sharing!

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    2. Good night the table cloth is finished i am trying to send you a pic but cant get it done

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    3. I understand as have not been able to find a way for others to share photos. Am so glad you got this completed!

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  36. Do someone have the diagram for me please

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  37. Just an FYI, someone is selling this pattern at Etsy

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