Friday, 25 February 2022

Filet Crochet Rectangular Table Runner - Free Pattern



Hi Everyone! 🙂
Today I have a Rectangle Table Runner crochet pattern to share with you. The pattern uses basic crochet stitches and is worked in rows (back and forth). All you need to start is a crochet hook and some yarn or thread in the color of your choice.

If you prefer to learn by watching, I have video tutorials below. Or scroll down to view the written pattern!

Happy Crocheting! 😊


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Video Tutorial:





Written Pattern

Size: The table runner measures approx. 29 cm x 63 cm (11.4 in x 24.8 in).

You can adjust the length of the table runner by adding or subtracting pattern repeats.
1 pattern repeat - Rows 4 - 10 - approx 7.5 cm (2.95 in).
Just make sure you end with an odd numbered pattern repeat! I made 7 pattern repeats.
You can adjust the width of the table runner by adding or subtracting chain stitches in a multiple of 28 + 10.

Skill Level: Easy to Intermediate

Gauge: 11 stitches x 4.5 rows = 5cm x 5cm (2 in x 2 in) in double crochet.

Materials Used:

  • Sport weight yarn, size 2 - fine I used Nako Fiore 25% linen, 35% cotton, 40% bamboo viscose yarn in the colorway 11243 (yellow). 90 grams (270 meters approx) of yarn needed for this pattern.
  • 3.5mm (US size E4) crochet hook.
  • Scissors.
  • Yarn needle or Latch hook for weaving in ends. Or, you can use a crochet hook.

  • Abbreviations (US terms):

    st./sts - stitch / stitches
    ch - chain
    sc - single crochet
    dc - double crochet

    ch3picot - ch3, insert your hook into 3rd ch from hook, yarn over, pull through all loops on the hook.

    ()* - repeat the instructions between the brackets the number of times indicated.

    Pattern Notes:
    • Beginning (turning) ch2 and ch3 count as 1dc stitches.
    • In Rows 2 - 53 work last dc stitch into 2nd ch of beginning (turning) ch2.



    Instructions

    Foundation chain: ch66  (multiple of 28 + 10)
    28 x 2 + 10 = 66

    Row 1 (right side): 1dc into 3rd ch from hook, 1dc into each ch st. across.
    (65 sts, including ch2 at the beginning of the round)

    Row 2 (wrong side): ch2, turn, skip first st., 1dc into each of next 2 sts, 
    (ch1, skip next st., 1dc into next st.)* repeat 30 times across,
    1dc into each of last 2 sts.

    Row 3: ch2, turn, skip first st., 1dc into each of next 2 sts,
    (ch1, skip next ch1, 1dc into next st.)* repeat 30 times across,
    1dc into each of last 2 sts.

    Row 4: ch2, turn, skip first st., 1dc into each of next 2 sts,
    ((ch1, skip next ch1, 1dc into next st.)* repeat 2 times, (1dc into next ch1 space, 1dc into next st.)* repeat 5 times)* repeat 4 times across,
    (ch1, skip next ch1, 1dc into next st.)* repeat 2 times, 1dc into each of last 2 sts.

    Row 5: ch2, turn, skip first st., 1dc into each of next 2 sts,
    ((ch1, skip next ch1, 1dc into next st.)* repeat 2 times, 1dc into each of next 10 sts)* repeat 4 times across,
    (ch1, skip next ch1, 1dc into next st.)* repeat 2 times, 1dc into each of last 2 sts.

    Row 6 - 8: repeat Row 5.

    Row 9: ch2, turn, skip first st., 1dc into each of next 2 sts,
    ((ch1, skip next ch1, 1dc into next st.)* repeat 2 times, (ch1, skip next st., 1dc into next st.)* repeat 5 times)* repeat 4 times across,
    (ch1, skip next ch1, 1dc into next st.)* repeat 2 times, 1dc into each of last 2 sts.

    Row 10: ch2, turn, skip first st., 1dc into each of next 2 sts,
    (ch1, skip next ch1, 1dc into next st.)* repeat 30 times across,
    1dc into each of last 2 sts.



    Row 11 - 52: repeat Rows 4 - 10 6 more times.

    Row 53: ch2, turn, skip first st., 1dc into each st., 1dc into each ch1 space. 
    (65 sts)
    Do not cut off the yarn!


    Edging:

    First edge:

    Round 1: ch1 (doesn't count as a st.), turn, 1sc into first st.,
    (ch4, skip next 3 sts, 1sc into next st.)* repeat 16 times across.

    Round 2: ch3 (counts as 1dc), turn,
    (1dc into next ch4 space, ch3, ch3picot, 3dc around 1dc post)* repeat 16 times across,
    1dc into last sc st.
    Cut off the yarn, fasten off.



    Second edge:
    With the wrong side facing up, join the yarn to the first st. of opposite end.

    Round 1: ch1 (doesn't count as a st.), 1sc into first st.,
    (ch4, skip next 3 sts, 1sc into next st.)* repeat 16 times across.

    Round 2: ch3 (counts as 1dc), turn,
    (1dc into next ch4 space, ch3, ch3picot, 3dc around 1dc post)* repeat 16 times across,
    1dc into last sc st.
    Cut off the yarn, fasten off and weave in all ends.






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    2 comments:

    1. Kristine! I have finished the Filet Rectangle Table Runner in the color purple, and it is beautiful! Thank you for the pattern and your teaching! I have made many of your patterns. Blessings, Eileen :)

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      1. Thank you so much, I'm so glad you enjoyed the pattern. Great job, I'm sure it looks amazing!🥰

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