Free crochet pattern!
Punch Runner came about as a quick project for instant gratification. This table runner is crocheted in worsted weight yarn with a largish hook, and the stitch pattern is simply a two-row repeat. You’ll get the hang of it in no time, and it looks so interesting without having to learn a bunch of new stuff. Sometimes we just need to play with yarn and be happy, yeah? Well here it is.
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Stitches: Ch, dc, dc3tog (double crochet 3 together)
Yarn: Worsted (#4) approx. 380 yards
Shown in WeCrochet’s Chroma Twist worsted in “Tiki,” 2 balls
Sizes: 17″ wide, 48″ long (but please make it however you want!)
Gauge: 15 st x 5 rows = 4″, in patt
~ The dc3tog in row 3 will be worked in current sp (space,) next dc, and next sp. This means that each sp will contain both the last “leg” of the dc3tog you just finished, and the first “leg” of the dc3tog you are making now. This may not make much sense yet, just reading it, but once you’re making the pattern, you should see it 🙂
~This runner is meant to be made for any size table, I just wrote the pattern for *my* size table. You can add or subtract stitches in increments of 5 to make it wider or narrower, and you can work as many or as few rows as you want. Just remember that the yardage listed is for this particular size. If you make yours bigger, you’ll need more yarn.
Let's Do It!
Row 1) Dc in 3rd ch from hook, ch 1, *dc3tog, ch 2; rep from * to last 4 ch, dc3tog, ch 1, dc. Turn. = 20 dc3tog
Row 2) Ch 2 (does not count as st, here and throughout,) dc, ch 1, dc in top of dc3tog, *ch 2 dc in top of dc3tog; rep from * to last st, ch 1, dc. Turn.
Row 3) Ch 2, dc, ch 1, dc3tog in sp/dc/sp, *ch 2, dc3tog in sp/dc/sp; rep from * to last st, ch 1, dc. Turn.
Row 4-61) Rep Rows 2-3
And now, my friend, you have a super cool table runner. Quick and painless, yes? I’d love to see your creation! Share a pic to your favorite social media and tag @RowsAndRoses and #RowsAndRosesPunchRunner so we can all see your creation. As always, if you need me, I’m just a click or two away.