How to Crochet the Aster Table Runner | Tunisian Crochet Table Runner – Oak and Willow LLC

How to Crochet the Aster Table Runner | Tunisian Crochet Table Runner Pattern

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How to Crochet the Aster Table Runner | Tunisian Crochet Table Runner Pattern

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Hi friends!

I'm back with another free pattern and this one is GORGEOUS!! I desperately needed a table runner for my house and I wanted it to be light and have plenty of drape, but also very modern and full of texture. I believe the Aster Table Runner is just that! 

 

You can find the ad-free, printable pdf here

In this post I will show you how to crochet a tunisian table runner for your home. 

MATERIALS:

DIMENSIONS:

  • Length: 46"
  • Width: 11"

GAUGE:

  • 16 stitches x 13 rows = 4" square
  • If yours is coming out too small or curling, try using a bigger hook size.

NOTES:

  • To make your table runner longer: ch any odd number to reach desired length.
  • Make your table runner wider: keep adding rows until you reach desired width.
  • Find the video tutorial on my website or my youtube channel.
  • If you have any questions at all, please reach out to me and I'd be happy to help!

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • Ts - Tunisian Simple Stitch
  • Rp - Return Pass
  • Ls - Lattice Stitch
  • Sc - Single Crochet
  • Sl St - Slip Stitch
  • Ch - Chain

HOW TO: LATTICE STITCH (LS)

Skip the first vertical bar.
Insert your hook underneath the 2nd and 3rd vertical bars and draw up a loop.
You will now have 2 loops on your hook.
Insert your hook underneath the 2nd vertical bar. (This is the first bar of the pair you went underneath.)
Draw up a loop.
Insert your hook underneath the next 2 vertical bars and draw up a loop.
Then insert your hook underneath the 1st vertical bar of the pair. Draw up a loop.
Continue in this manner across the row.
PATTERN:

Ch 181

 

Foundation Row: Starting in the 2nd ch from the hook, cast on a loop for every chain across. (180 loops on hook)

 

Complete a RP. (Yarn over and pull through 1 loop. Yarn over and pull through 2 loops. Continue to yarn over and pull through 2 loops at a time until you're left with 1 loop on your hook.

 

Row 1: Skip the 1st vertical bar. LS into the next 2 vertical bars. Continue to LS across the row until there is one vertical bar and the edge stitch left. TS into the last vertical bar. TS into the edge stitch.

 

Complete a RP.

 

Row 2: Skip the 1st vertical bar. TS into the next vertical bar. LS into the next 2 vertical bars. Continue to LS across the row. TS into the edge stitch.

 

Complete a RP.

 

Repeat rows 1 and 2 for a total of 32 rows. Your 32nd row will be repeating row 1.

 

Complete a bind off row. (If you are unsure how to do this, there are a ton of great tunisian bind off videos on youtube!)

OPTIONAL BORDER:

Round 1: Insert your hook into any of the stitches on the side of your table runner. Ch 1, sc evenly along the side until you reach the corner.

 

3 sc into the same stitch to make the corner.

 

Continue to sc evenly along all sides of the table runner. Place 3 sc into every corner stitch.

 

Sl st to the first stitch.

 

Round 2: Ch 1, sc into the same stitch. Sc into every stitch until you reach the corner. 3 sc into the middle stitch of the previous 3 sc corner stitches.

 

Sc into every stitch around, 3 sc into the corner-most stitch of every corner.

 

Sl st to the first stitch.

 

Fasten off and weave in the ends.

 

It helps to steam block the table runner so that it will lay straight.

   

You have now finished making the Aster Table Runner!

Remember to tag me on Instagram @oakandwillowllc and use #oakandwillowllc and #astertablerunner so I can see your finished creations!! If you have any questions at all, please reach out to me on Instagram or email me at oakandwillowllc@gmail.com. I would love to answer any questions you may have! Thank you so much for your support!!

Make sure to leave a comment below if you enjoyed this pattern!

 


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