Lavender Crochet Table Runner

Lavender Crochet Table Runner Pattern This gorgeous mini table runner is made from crocheted join-as-you-go squares (my personal favorite way to make blankets/runners/etc.). I used a gorgeous combination of gray, lavender, and sage cotton yarn - you only need a skein of each to make this mini runner.

Lavender Crochet Table Runner Pattern

I never snagged a full photo of it, but I plan to share one soon. I made mine 5x2 with tassels fringing the short ends for extra length and oomph. The colors remind me of the Highland heather (not that I've ever seen it personally, but I like to think this is what it looks like) or gardens full of lavender. Summer can't come soon enough for me!Lavender Crochet Table Runner Pattern

To make this runner, you'll need a US J/6 (6mm) crochet hook and 3 skeins of Lily Sugar 'n Cream cotton yarn. This would look equally beautiful in a solid color (slate blue or cream?) or in bright rainbow shades! I'm a sucker for join-as-you-go methods, and that's actually how this pattern was born. Originally meant to be a blanket and crocheted out of Caron Simply Soft (which I don't recommend - it gets gross pretty quickly), I found it translated beautifully to cotton. I am in such a springtime mood! I think it's time to start an indoor herb garden. ;)

If you would like to download this pattern: Download PDF ($6.00)