Now that Christmas is in the books again we’ve probably all packed away the twinkle and tinsel that goes along with the holiday season.
Don’t get me wrong, by the time the holidays wind down I’m ready to say goodbye to my tree and the like but I’m also kinda sad to lose so much joyful decor in one fell swoop. Enter me.
Winter Table Runner Crochet Pattern
I says to myself, self – why do we suffer through all those long, cold, dull winter days without a sparkle in sight? The dismal stretch between St Nick and Summer can be such drain on the spirit.
To remedy the winter woes I designed this fun and festive table runner that you don’t have to pack away after all the elves and reindeer go home.
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- 5mm H hook (my favorite)
- Yarn Needle (love these)
- I Love This Yarn Metallic Peacock
- Bernat Pipsqueak Whitey White
- Red Heart Super Saver Gray Heather
Technique and Deets
I used the mini c2c (corner to corner) method to make my table runner and the finished piece, including sc border, measures approximately 10 x 42 inches. If you’d like your table runner shorter or longer you can easily add or take away a repeat of the poinsettia pattern by sketching it out on graph paper.
The Pipsqueak yarn is a bit bulkier so I modified my HDC stitch to use only 2 stitches per square on tiles using this fun fluffy yarn. The rest of my squares use the traditional 3 HDC stitches per tile.
The graph is two tone (blue and white) but I chose to do the accents in gray instead of white.
I added a simple sc border working 2 sc on the side of each square with a sc, ch 2, sc in each corner. For more border ideas check out my Crochet Edges and Borders Pinterest Board. Follow Now.
New to Crocheting Graphs?
If you’re interested in corner to corner (c2c) or mini c2c check out this post for heaps of tutorials. You’ll find tips and techniques for color changing, bobbins (very important!), and more. If corner to corner is not for you, check out this post for a couple other options for crocheting a graph including the bobble stitch and HDC method.
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