Raji's Craft Hobby: Easiest Crochet Table Runner Pattern With V Stitch
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Tuesday, 10 January 2023

Easiest Crochet Table Runner Pattern With V Stitch


Homemade table runners are quite appealing and pleasing. Crochet Table runners are an easy way to change the look of your table. They are a perfect way to dress up and decorate your Coffee Table or Dining Table. A crocheted table runner is the perfect project to add elegance and jazz up your home decor.

Here is a pattern for Easiest Crochet Table Runner Pattern With V Stitch. Its a versatile stitch made by using only double crochets worked together in a pattern. The double crochet v stitch is very easy to make. The pattern is very simple with just one row to be repeated. This makes it fun to work with and quite easy for beginners too.




Materials Used:-
4 Ply Cotton Knitting Yarn
4 mm Crochet Hook

Size:-
Base - 10 inches - Customizable to any size
Length - Customizable to any size

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Lets Start ...!!!!

Round 1:-
Start with a Slip Knot.
Chain 40 +1 Chain extra for the turning chain.
This measures around 10 inches.
You can adjust the size by altering these stitches according to your requirement.
Start with any even number of Chains + 1 Chain Extra for the turning chain.


Round 2:-
1 Double Crochet in the Second Chain from the hook.
1 Double Crochet each in the remaining stitches.
Once you reach end, Chain 2.

Straight Edge Turning Chain:-
Usually you would Chain 2, turn and start working the next round. Here is a quick tip to have a nice straight edge .
  • Insert the hook into the 1st chain from the bottom.
  • Yarn over and pull up a loop. You should have 2 loops on the hook.
  • Turn your project and insert the hook into the first stitch.
  • Yarn over and pull up a loop. You will have 3 loops on the hook.
  • Again, yarn over and pull through 2 loops. You will have 2 loops on the hook.
  • Lastly, yarn over and pull through 2 loops.
  • This will make one Double Crochet.






Round 3:-
(1 Double Crochet is already made while making the turning chain)
1 Double Crochet each in the next 3 Stitches.(that's total 4 Double Crochets)
Skip 2 stitches.
1 Double Crochet V - Stitch(i.e. 2 Double Crochets , Chain 1 , 2 Double Crochets-all in the same stitch)
Skip 2 stitches.
Repeat(1DC*4, Skip 2, 1 DC V-Stitch(i.e. 2DC , Chain 1 , 2 DC-all in the same stitch), Skip 2)
Once you reach the end ,Chain 2 and use the Straight Edge Turning chain method  mentioned in the previous round to make the turning chain.










Round 4:-
(1 Double Crochet is already made while making the turning chain)
1 Double Crochet each in the next 3 Stitches.(that's total 4 Double Crochets)
On the V- Stitch(i.e in the Chain 1 Space) make- 1 Double Crochet V - Stitch(i.e. 2 Doubles Crochets , Chain 1 , 2 Double Crochets-all in the same stitch)
Repeat(1DC*4, 1 DC V-Stitch on the V- Stitch)
Once you reach the end ,Chain 2 and use the Straight Edge Turning chain  to make the turning chain.






Round 5:-
Keep Repeating Round 4 untill the size needed.



Border:-
1 Double Crochet in each of the stitches.
Do not miss the Chain 1 Space.


Here is the Summary of the Pattern:-

Round 1:-
Start with a Slip Knot.
ch 40 +1 ch extra for the turning ch.
This measures around 10 inches.
You can adjust the size by altering these Sts according to your requirement.
Start with any even number of chs + 1 ch Extra for the turning ch.

Round 2:-
1 DC in the Second ch from the hook.
1 DC each in the remaining Sts.
Once you reach end, ch 2.

Straight Edge Turning ch:-
Usually you would ch 2, turn and start working the next round. Here is a quick tip to have a nice straight edge .
Insert the hook into the 1st ch from the bottom.
Yarn over and pull up a loop. You should have 2 loops on the hook.
Turn your project and insert the hook into the first St.
Yarn over and pull up a loop. You will have 3 loops on the hook.
Again, yarn over and pull through 2 loops. You will have 2 loops on the hook.
Lastly, yarn over and pull through 2 loops.
This will make one DC.

Round 3:-
(1 DC is already made while making the turning ch)
1 DC each in the next 3 Sts.(that's total 4 DCs)
Skip 2 Sts.
1 DC V - St(i.e. 2 DCs , ch 1 , 2 DCs-all in the same St)
Skip 2 Sts.
Repeat(1DC*4, Skip 2, 1 DC V-St(i.e. 2DC , ch 1 , 2 DC-all in the same St), Skip 2)
Once you reach the end ,ch 2 and use the Straight Edge Turning ch method  mentioned in the previous round to make the turning ch.

Round 4:-
(1 DC is already made while making the turning ch)
1 DC each in the next 3 Sts.(that's total 4 DCs)
On the V- St(i.e in the ch 1 Space) make- 1 DC V - St(i.e. 2 Doubles Crochets , ch 1 , 2 DCs-all in the same St)
Repeat(1DC*4, 1 DC V-St on the V- St)
Once you reach the end ,ch 2 and use the Straight Edge Turning ch  to make the turning ch.

Round 5:-
Keep Repeating Round 4 untill the size needed.

Border:-
1 Double Crochet in each of the stitches.
Do not miss the Chain 1 Space.

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2 comments:

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  2. Thank You so much for the feature 😊🤗

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