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.

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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Sew a Custom Square, Rectangle, Oval or Round Table Cloth for Your Table -- Free Directions
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Noel Designs  RESOURCES     For more on vintage Christmas tablecloths, including cleaning and storing tips, visit vintagetableclothsclub.com. Here, a list of vintage textile dealers who specialize in affordable kitchen linens and are well-stocked throughout the year with Christmas tablecloths.

Noel Designs RESOURCES For more on vintage Christmas tablecloths, including cleaning and storing tips, visit vintagetableclothsclub.com. Here, a list of vintage textile dealers who specialize in affordable kitchen linens and are well-stocked throughout the year with Christmas tablecloths.

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NEW VINTAGE VINYL CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY TABLECLOTH 52" X 70" OBLONG GREEN RED #

NEW VINTAGE VINYL CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY TABLECLOTH 52" X 70" OBLONG GREEN RED #

For many of us, these colorful old cloths are time capsules from childhood.

For many of us, these colorful old cloths are time capsules from childhood.

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