Feeling of Spring CAL – Part 6, row 68 – 79

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Today it’s time for the 6:th and final part of Feeling of Spring CAL. Thank you so much for joining this mystery crochet along! I hope that you’ve had fun and that the spring sun and spring feelings have found it’s way to you. I also look forward to see all lovely spring table runners being made!

In this last part we will add another row of flowers and we’ll finish our table runner by adding fringes in both ends.

For information about materials and colors, please see the introduction and material post.


1443963717_Sweden For pattern in Swedish please visit Järbo Garns blog.


Abbreviations (US Terms) and symbols

st/sts – Stitch/stitches
sk –  Skip
ch – Chain
ch-3 – chain with three stitches
sc – Single crochet
hdc – Half double crochet
dc – Double crochet
dc2tog – Double crochet two stitches together, see description below.
bphdc – Back post half double crochet, see description below.
flo – Front loop only
blo – Back loop only
** – Repeat instructions between asterisks the amount of times specified.
() – Instructions inside parenthesis are made in the same stitch.

Special Stitches

Double crochet 2 together (dc2tog) – Yarn over, insert hook in first st, pull up a loop (3 loops on hook), yarn over, pull through 2 loops. Yarn over, insert in next st, pull up a loop (4 loops on hook), yarn over, pull through 2 loops (3 loops on hook), yarn over, pull through last 3 loops.

Back post half double crochet (bphdc): Yarn over, insert hook from back to front around post of specified st, yarn over and pull up a loop, yarn over and draw through all loops on hook .

Read more about post stitches here.

Standing stitches – link to description.

General

  • Turn your work after each row. When you crochet odd rows you have the right side of the work facing you and when you crochet even rows you have the wrong side facing you.
  • The first chain or chains on each round does not count as a stitch.
  • Join the round with a sl st in the first st of the round if nothing else is described.
  • Crochet through both loops of a stitch if nothing else is described.
  • Crochet first and last stitch on rows crocheted in blo or flo through both loops to get more stable edges.
  • Remember to check your stitch cound now and then. There are always 85 stitched on rows containing one stitch type only.

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Description

(Diagram below)

Let’s start with color B. Hold your work with the wrong side facing you when crocheting row 68.

Row 68:

Ch 1 and make 1 hdc in the same st or make a standing hdc.
Make 1 hdc in each st on row.

Row 69 – 70:

Ch 1, make 1 hdc in each st on row.

Change to color A!

Row 71:

Crochet in blo!

Ch 1 and make 1 sc in the same st or make a standing sc.
Make 1 sc in each st on row.

Change to color C!

Row 72:

Crochet in flo!

Ch 1 and make 1 hdc in the same st or make a standing hdc.
Make 1 hdc in next st*sk  1 st1 hdc each in next 2 sts, 1 hdc in the st you just skipped (see image below)*, repeat until there are 2 sts left on row.

Make 1 hdc each in the 2 last sts.

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Row 72

Row 73:

Ch 1, 1 sc in each st on row.

Row 74:

Ch 1, 1 sc in first st, *ch 1, sk 2 sts, (1 dc, ch 21 dc) in next st, ch 1, sk 2 sts, 1 sc in next st* repeat until end of row.

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Row 74

Row 75:

Ch 2, 1 dc in first st. Now we’ll change to color D (make the last yarn over and pull through on the dc with color D, see image below) and continue crocheting:

(dc2tog, ch 1, dc2tog, ch 1, dc2tog) in next ch-2, *ch 1, (dc2tog, ch 1, dc2tog, ch 1, dc2tog) in next ch-2* repeat until last ch-2 on row.

Now we’ll change back to color C (make the last yarn over and pull through on the last dc2tog with color C) and then crochet 1 dc in the last st on row.

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Row 75

Row 76:

Ch 1, 1 hdc in first st, * 1 bphdc in next st, 1 hdc in next ch-1* repeat until 1 st left on row. Make 1 hdc in the last st.

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Row 76

Row 77:

Ch 1, 1 sc in each st on row.

Row 78:

Ch 1, 1 hdc each in next 2 sts*sk  1 st1 hdc each in next 2 sts, 1 hdc in the st you just skipped*, repeat until there are 2 sts left on row.

Make 1 hdc each in the 2 last sts.

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Row 78

Change to color A!

Row 79:

Crochet in blo!

Ch 1 and make 1 sc in the same st or make a standing sc.
Make 1 sc in each st on row.

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Row 79

When you have finished row 68 -79 on one side you’ll repeat the rows on the other side of the table runner. After that the crochet part of the table runner is finished and we’ll go on by making fringes!

Fringes

When all the rows are crocheted and all ends are fastened it’s time for fringes. Use color B for the fringes.

Cut around 15 cm long pieces of the yarn that you will use for the fringes. An easy way to cut many yarn pieces with the same length is for example to wrap the yarn around a book that is ass broad as the wanted length, see images below. Remember to wrap loose so that it’s possible to insert your scissors underneath the yarn when it’s time to cut. Cut the yarn on the side of the book.

When you have cut your yarn pieces, attach them two and two on the short sides of the table runner. Use a bigger crochet hook to easily attach them. Do like this:

  1. Insert the hook from the wrong side in the stitch where you want to attach fringes.
  2.  Pull up a loop from your yarn pieces and pull the ends through the loop.
  3.  Tighten the loop so that the fringes won’t unravel.

Repeat step 1-3 in each other stitch along the short edges of the table runner.

When all the fringes are attached it’s time to find a table to put your new table runner at! 🙂

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Diagram

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Happy crocheting!


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