Monday, June 30, 2014

Cotton Table Runner Crochet Pattern

Cotton Table Runner Crochet Pattern
By Sara Sach of Posh Pooch Designs

I have chosen to use Patriotic colors,
but the table runner can be crocheted 
out of any color 
combination of Cotton yarn.

I chose these colors because
 I am keeping this one for me,
 To use on the outside deck table
for the Forth Of July.

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I used Sugar and Cream Cotton yarn
in Red, White, and Navel 
(which is a twisted cotton yarn 
with red, white and blue)

It measures 32 inches long
 and 14 inches wide.

This pattern would be perfect for place mats, 
 by adjusting the length.

Here is a close-up so you can see
 the yarns and the stitches.

Cotton Table Runner Crochet Pattern :

Skill: Easy

J -Hook
Yarn : Sugar and Cream Cotton Yarn-
3 Balls of the Navel Cotton ( total of about 6 oz)
1/2 Ball  - WhiteCotton
1/2 Ball - Red Cotton

Ch ( ch)
Single Crochet ( sc)
Half Double Crochet ( hdc)
Single Crochet Spike Stitch ( sc spk) 
Picot Stitch ( pc st) 
                How to St a Picot Stitch

Notes: Ch1 at the end of the rows does NOT count as a stitch.

The Stitch will be 45 stitches throughout the project.

R : 1 - We will be starting with  Navel yarn, ch 46,
 loosely. turn, 1 hdc in the 2nd ch from the hook, 
1 hdc in each ch across, ch1 turn.

R : 2 - 1 hdc in each hdc, ch 1, turn

R : 3 - *1 hdc in the next 5 hdc, ch 5, sk next 5 hdc*, 
Repeat 3 more times, 1 hdc in the last 5 hdc, ch1, turn

R : 4 - Repeat R : 3

R : 5 - *1 hdc in the next 5 hdc, ch2, sc around the 5 chs
 from R: 3&4,  ch 2*, Repeat 3 more times, 1 hdc in the last 5 hdc, 
ch 1, turn( see pic above)

R : 6 - 1 hdc in each hdc and in each ch across, ch1, turn

R : 7 - 1 hdc in each hdc, ch 1, turn

R : 8 - Repeat R : 7

Repeat R : 3-8, 8 more times or until desired length, tie off.

Trim: Attach the white cotton yarn to the left end of the runner,
 1 hdc in each hdc across, ch1 turn, 1 hdc in each hdc, tie off.
And repeat on the other end of the runner

Attach red yarn to the left end of the runner, 1 sc in the 1st st, 
1 sc spk, in the next st, alternate sc and sc spk in every other
 st across, ch 1 turn

pc st in the 1st st, sc in the next st, Alternate the pc st and sc
 in every other st across row, tie off weave in your ends.

(Check the pic above)

Repeat on the other end of the runner. 

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I blocked mine to make sure it was a nice rectangle.

How I wash my Cotton Items: Place item in a cold water bath 
with a tsp liquid soap, 1 tsp white vinegar, 
and 1 tsp fabric softener. Gently wash.  

Larger items can be washed on the gentle cycle of your washer.

By adding the vinegar you are helping the colors not to bleed,
 and keeps the cotton from breaking down.

Drying your items: I do not machine dry any of my crochet items, 
no matter if its cotton, or acrylic, or any other fiber. 
I always hang them in the sun to dry.

With this being an item that will be around food, 
it will probably get dirty, 
so it is good to know how to wash it.

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