Woah, this mom has talent!! Cheap ways to get fancy at parties

Woah, this mom has talent!! Cheap ways to get fancy at parties

Kashi Home Red Jacquard Fabric Tablecloth, Christmas Holiday Tablecloth

Kashi Home Red Jacquard Fabric Tablecloth, Christmas Holiday Tablecloth

Vintage 1960s crochet knitting tatting patterns, Coats & Clarks 148, holiday tablecloth, doily, bedspread, potholder, tatted edging, pillow from SmilingCatVintage via Etsy

Vintage 1960s crochet knitting tatting patterns, Coats & Clarks 148, holiday tablecloth, doily, bedspread, potholder, tatted edging, pillow

Vintage 1960s crochet knitting tatting patterns, Coats & Clarks 148, holiday tablecloth, doily, bedspread, potholder, tatted edging, pillow from SmilingCatVintage via Etsy

Christmas Tablecloth - 3 Yards center fabric (Cut 31″ wide x 108″ long), 3 Yards border fabric (Cut 2 pieces 18″ wide x 108″ long)

Christmas Tablecloth - 3 Yards center fabric (Cut 31″ wide x 108″ long), 3 Yards border fabric (Cut 2 pieces 18″ wide x 108″ long)

Holiday Patterns  IZES: From the 1930s through the 1950s, the most common tablecloth size was a 52" square. In the 1940s and 1950s, there were rectangles measuring about 54" x 68" or 54" x 72". Sometimes you'll even find a length of 88" or longer (in which case, dealer Yvonne Barineau says, "You should grab it and run!"). And in the 1960s, 60"-round cloths were more commonplace.

The Collector's Guide to Vintage Christmas Tablecloths

Holiday Patterns IZES: From the 1930s through the 1950s, the most common tablecloth size was a 52" square. In the 1940s and 1950s, there were rectangles measuring about 54" x 68" or 54" x 72". Sometimes you'll even find a length of 88" or longer (in which case, dealer Yvonne Barineau says, "You should grab it and run!"). And in the 1960s, 60"-round cloths were more commonplace.

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