Crochet, Kitchen and Dining

Beatrice Table Runner

This table runner took a long time to make. But the effort was worth it. It looks wonderful on a wooden table and it makes a perfect centerpiece.

It took me more than a week to make it and I used up three balls of cotton yarn.

I love the combination of red color and wood. The pattern consists of a repeating flower design.

See the photos bellow for more details. The colors may vary depending on the light source.

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Red table runner in combination with Amabel ivory crochet coasters.
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The table runner measures approx. 60 x 16 inches.
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The unfinished table runner under direct sunlight. It was one of those lucky winter days when I could actually sit outside and crochet 🙂
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When I was done with the crocheting, I pinned the table runner to a big cork board and used a spray fabric stiffener. This took a long time as well: I have used up all my pins, put on multiply coats of the spray, turned the table runner on the other side and repeated the process.

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Crochet, Kitchen and Dining

Althea Coasters

A lovely set of four crocheted coasters that would look great in any rustic kitchen or dining room.

This original design was inspired by the shapes of nature. The intricate details conjure up an image of spring daisies.

The coasters also look wonderful as a doily under a plant or a candle. They make an elegant decoration on any furniture.

 

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Since the pattern I came up with is quite simple, but creates a very nice texture effect, I decided to write down the instructions and create a complete manual with a graphic chart and photos of individual steps.

The coasters would look great in any rustic kitchen or if you place them on wooden furniture. I love natural colors, so that’s what I usually pick to work with. In this case, the coasters are ivory (color may vary on the photos depending on the light).

It was necessary to pin the coasters to a foam board when they were done and apply spray fabric stiffener. You can of course use a regular liquid stiffener, but I prefer the spray because it’s faster and a lot less mess.

The pattern is begginer friendly, you will need crochet hook size 2 – 3/ B1. I highly recommend to get the spray fabric stiffener as well.

The material is 100% cotton yarn Artiste n. 8.

Find the coaster pattern here >> Etsy

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Althea Coasters Pattern

Includes:

  • 5 pages of instructions
  • graphic stitch chart
  • photos of individual steps

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