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Lacy Flower Runner


Make a beautiful lacy flower runner to put on your dining room table. The spring months can brighten your home when you have floral print around. Double, half double and triple crochet are used for this lovely pattern.


Crochet Hook5 or 1.9 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

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This is so pretty! The motifs are simple and quick to make. They are joined as they are worked, eliminating the need to sew. I would love to make a set of curtains using this pattern. I bet they would be lovely. Using multiple colours would look gorgeous with the sun shining through them.

This is such a delicate lacy flower runner. I love the color of the flower. I love to work with crochet thread and I am thinking about making different color flowers for this runner just to make it more interesting.

This is a beautiful piece. I am not seeing the complete size of the project but I suppose I can adjust the length easily by making more of the motifs. I can see this being a part of the Spring decor every year.

This project is very pretty, but the format of the instructions needs some help. The font is so small that its hard to read the directions without significantly enlarging the page. There arent any photos to help the crafter along. It reads like a vintage pattern (even though the posting date is 2003) so I doubt there will be any updates.

This is truly a thing of beauty. It is so delicate looking. I am definitely going to make this because if treated properly it could be a family heirloom piece to be passed down to future generations. Does anyone think it would work in a frame kind of like framed lace pieces?

Having problems with the joining of the squares... any help would be appreciated...

I want to make something like this for the center section of my coffee table which is old and scratched up. Could you please tell me what the finished size of the project is or the size of each square? I do not want to make it and then decide that it doesn't really work in the space I need it for. Thank you.

ooooooooooo so good i like this pattern can u send this steps

I have been searching for just such a pattern to make a runner for my coffee table. This is absolutely perfect and I love the other designs at the site also. My runner will be silvery gray and white. Thank you so much for this beautiful pattern!

I made this one using brown and teal (teal in the center, brown on the next section and teal at the last row. At first I thought iw as going to be too dard, but it looks really pretty in these colors.

Hi there! i'm a new to Crocheting and I was wondering if anyone had tips on how to read and understand reading the patterns. I know how to do most all the stitches, but have a hard time reading patterns. Any books, or advice anyone can give?

Good morning. I have been crocheting since the 3rd grade and I'm now in my 50's. I taught myself how to crochet and read the patterns. Most crochet patterns have abbreviations and stitch guilds. Annies has quick time videos when you get stumped. Lots of patients and practice. And last but not least. Have fun and don't be afraid to rip it out and start over. Hope this helped.

Finally figured it out. Completed four squares and counting. Now to figure out the connecting stitches.

The connecting stitches are done on the last row, joining the corners and the sc, ch 3, sc sections. This is definitely a "join as you go" project. Read the instructions slowly and work them through in your mind and then you will be able to see what you need to do. Good luck.

I agree. I love this pattern but I cant figure out the steps. I would love to use this for a project. If anyone could simplify or rewrite this pattern, I would be very grateful.

this is a pretty pattern, but for some reason i had trouble with the pattern being clear....maybe just me. i finally mastered it and am now working on finishing the remaining 19 squares. i did mine in lime (color A), tangerine (color B), and ivory (color C). would definitely recommend this for more advanced crocheters.


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