Put out this cold-weather cover, and your table will have quite a spread—even before you serve the food!
- Three 400-yard balls of size 10 white crochet cotton (Kathy used South Maid crochet cotton)
- Size 6 (1.75mm) steel crochet hook
- Size 18 tapestry needle
GAUGE: When working with a size 6 steel hook, 18 dcs and 10 rows = 2 inches. Slight variations in gauge will change the finished size a bit.
Reading chart: The first row begins with ch 3, turn and ends with the last dc in the top of the turning ch of previous row.
The first vertical line of the chart represents the ch 3, turn. All boxes represent three sts, which are explained on the stitch key on pullout page 35 and in the instructions. Keep in mind that most of the vertical lines on the chart represent a dc and the horizontal lines of the empty boxes represent ch 2. Some rows are written out to help explain the instructions.
First ch-3 of a row counts as first dc.
When the chart indents, ch 1, turn, sl st in first 3 sts of the previous row, ch 3 for first dc of new row.
DIRECTIONS: Before you begin, refer to gauge, techniques/stitches used, etc.
The runner is crocheted from the center out to the ends.
FIRST HALF: Ch 174 for foundation ch, dc in fourth ch from hk for first dc and follow Row 1 across chart, working dcs in chs indicated on chart.
FINISHED SIZE: Runner measures about 17 inches wide x 51 inches long.
- ch(s) chain(s)
- dc(s) double crochet(s)
- hdc(s) half double crochet(s)
- hk hook
- sc(s) single crochet(s)
- sk skip or skipped
- sp space
- sl st slip stitch
- tr(s) triple crochet(s)
Filet Crochet Snowman Runner from Kathy Raner of Valley Springs, California