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Mountain Weavers®

Heirloom-Quality Table Linens

Our heirloom-quality Mountain Weavers Table Linens are crafted on authentic looms by master weavers and each piece is hand-cut and fringed here in Vermont. It's a decades-old tradition that recalls the sturdy, practical fabric hand loomed in the mountains of Vermont over 150 years ago. Every style is reversible for twice the wear and woven with premium American-grown cotton, yarn-dyed to ensure the colors stay true for generations. Original Mountain Weave was the first weave we offered and we have expanded our collection to include a variety of homespun weave.

The Mountain Weavers Fabric

It all begins with the finest USA-grown cotton. From the cotton, a two-ply, open-ended, ring spun yarn is created. Once the yarn is dyed to the owners' specifications, it is shipped to a New England mill, where it is woven into 64" and 75" width rolls. This allows them to cut all their various size items with minimal waste.

Hand-Cut, Hand-Finished Quality

Each item is individually cut by hand, hand-fringed, machine stitched, folded, and labeled. It's a time-consuming process of patience and attention to detail. In today's world of mass-produced goods, very few table linens are hand-fringed anymore, especially round tablecloths. The creation of our Mountain Weavers table coverings preserves what would otherwise become a lost art.

With all of the hand-finishing steps, Mountain Weavers table linens are viewed at least five times, each time presenting an opportunity to spot any defects and either be repaired or rejected. The result of this extensive care and handling: heirloom quality and beauty that will be an important part of your family's every day life for years to come.

Explore All of Our Signature Weaves and Patterns

The Original Mountain Weave

The geometric weave dates back to traditional North Carolina and Tennessee patterns woven by generations of Appalachian Mountain dwellers. Like the people who created it, the design has very practical qualities; the two-color homespun pattern produces small squares on one side and larger squares on the other.

This pattern allows the versatility of using either side, depending on which pattern you prefer. And because it's reversible, the tablecloth that was used at breakfast can simply be turned over and used again at suppertime for a whole new look that saves you time, saves you and wash water.

Hartland Plaid

Plaids are always in style, whether you're celebrating a holiday, entertaining friends and family, or sitting down to an intimate home cooked meal on a weeknight. Set your table for joyful occasions and lasting memories with our exclusive Hartland Plaid collection from Mountain Weavers®. While not as thick or heavy as the traditional Mountain Weave weight, each of our Hartland linens are woven from sturdy yarn-dyed cotton to ensure years of regular use without fading or fraying.

Buffalo Check

Iconic, timeless, and rooted in nineteenth century American frontier folklore, our buffalo plaid pattern "checks" all of those boxes. Add a traditional Vermont Inn look to your table with these handsome all-cotton linens. Buffalo checks lend a bold yet casual touch to almost any room in your home.

Dorset Weave

Inspired by the picturesque Vermont town of the same name, our Dorset Weave offers a subtle variation on our traditional Mountain Weave pattern. Chartered in 1761, Dorset, Vermont is an area steeped in early American history, beautiful mountain vistas and tight-knit valley communities.

Diamond Weave

Add a more modern take on our traditional weaves with this unique, eye-catching pattern. The repeating diamond stitches are reversible for two different looks in each tablecloth and placemat.

Farmhouse Check

Add the look and charm of a Vermont farmhouse to your table with this classic weave. The alternating checks and interwoven diamond pattern give it a homespun authenticity that evokes the handcrafted linens used for generations by rural Vermont families.

Hartland Solid Colors

Beautiful on their own or mix and match them with our other Mountain Weave patterns to create unique tablescapes that complement your décor.

How to measure for a Mountain Weavers Tablecloth

When measuring for a tablecloth, it will be helpful to have a few basic measurements. You'll want to be sure to measure your table as you intend to use it, for example, if you intend to use the leaves of your table, you’ll want to include them in your measuring. If your table is rectangular, oblong, or oval, you’ll want to measure the length and width and make a note of the dimensions. For square or round tables, only one measurement is needed. If you don’t have the dimensions of your table, it’s okay. We’ve included a handy chart below that will help you estimate what size tablecloth to order based on how many people you can comfortably seat at your table.

Once you have the measurements of your table, you'll need to decide how much fabric you’d like to drape over the sides. This is called "drop" and we recommend at least a 10 to 15 inch drop on all sides. If you want a 10 inch drop on all sides, add 20 inches to both the length and width measurements of your table. For example, if your table measures 42 inches by 70 inches, you would order a tablecloth that measures at least 62 inches by 90 inches.

Mountain Weavers Ordering and Care

Because of the weave of the 100% cotton, up to 10% shrinkage after the first wash is perfectly natural. Washing the tablecloth tightens the weave and softens the fabric. Please order accordingly. When in doubt, consider the next larger size. Cold water machine washing and line drying are recommended. Mountain Weavers table linens are heirloom quality. With proper care, they will last beyond a lifetime.

What Size Tablecloth Do You Need?

Measure your table as you intend to use it (with or without leaves).

Add 20" to the length and width if you want a 10" drop.

Add 30" to the length and width if you want a 15" drop.

A 10 - 15" drop is recommended.

Table Shape/Seats
Tablecloth Shape/Size
OBLONG
OBLONG
Seats 4-6
52" × 72"
Seats 6-8
62" × 90" or 70" × 96"
Seats 8-10
62" × 108" or 70" × 110"
Seats 10-12
70" × 120"
Seats 12-14
70" × 144"
OVAL
OVAL
Seats 6-8
62" × 90"
ROUND
ROUND
Seats 4-6
70"
SQAURE
SQUARE
Seats 2-4
52" × 52"
 

Quick Tip! After washing, lay the wet cloth out flat. Gently stretch the fabric, applying even, and slow tension to opposite edges of the cloth. This gentle stretching motion will help reduce the amount of shrinkage you experience.

Explore All of Our Signature Weaves and Patterns

See What Our Customers Have to Say

★★★★★

This is my favorite tablecloth EVER! I have it in two different colors so far and will probably be ordering another larger one to fit my table with all of its leaves put on. It looks beautiful, and it cleans so easily! With a toddler, a baby, and a husband, I thought for sure it would be stained by now, but every time I wash it, it looks brand new again!
- Jenn, Arizona

★★★★★

This tablecloth is exactly what I was looking for. It arrived in two days just before my party! I have washed it once and it didn't shrink or fade. A good product. Highly recommend.
- Norma, Vermont

★★★★★

The one I got from Vermont Country Store is far and above the best I could have hoped for. I am certainly very pleased with my purchase
- Sandy, Iowa