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Table Runner

10-1/2" wide.
Length is your

The following pattern is my original design.
Please only copy or print this pattern for personal use.
Please contactme if you find any errors.



Red Heart Super Saver (4ply worsted weight yarn - amount depends on the length you make it)

I use the runner I made on my sewing table. The size is 10-1/2" x 32".
For that size I used approximately 5 ounces of yarn.

Hook Size H

Stitches: ch, dc

NOTE: The "hump" of the chain is the back ridge of the chain stitch.
When working into the chain you can either insert your hook under the top strand of each chain (the method most people use) or into the back ridge, "the hump", of each chain. Working into the "hump" of each chain makes a very nice edge on the foundation row.

     To make the table runner pattern wider, you can increase the foundation
     chain in a multiple of 5 stitches until you get the width you want.

Difficulty: EASY

R1: Ch40, dc in the hump of the 4th ch from the hook. Dc in the hump of ea rem ch. (38 dc)

R2: Ch3, turn. Dc in next 2 dc. *Ch2, sk 2dc, dc in 3dc. Rep from * across.

R3: Ch3, turn. Dc in ea dc. 2dc in ea ch-2 sp. across.

Alternate R2 and R3 until desired length.

Fasten Off.



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