Highlander Table Runner

Fall has got me feeling some type of way and I just can’t get enough plaid in my life! Add a touch of seasonal spirit to your table this season with my Highlander Table Runner.

I love the orange and white combination for Fall. It makes me think of pumpkin spice, Halloween, crunchy leaves and Thanksgiving dinner. Fall is by far my favorite season! Can you tell?

Mix up the colors to make your own version. How about red and white or green and white for Christmas? Or black and red for a more traditional buffalo plaid? As long as you pick two colors with high contrast, I’m sure it will turn out great!

Let’s talk about the pattern. It’s the C2C you know and love…with a twist!

The points of the table runner are NOT worked separately from the rectangle. The cat’s out of the bag…C2C is not just for squares anymore! The table runner is worked as two separate pentagons. Then you sew or slip stitch the two pentagons together along the flat sides. Don’t worry though, it’s not hard!

Learning this exciting NEW C2C technique is easy with my highly detailed PDF pattern that includes full color graphs, row by row written instructions and detailed diagrams! Also, rest assured, this pattern has been rigorously tested for clarity by my wonderful testers!

The tassels are totally optional but I think they really help pull the whole thing together. This table runner will be the talk of the evening at every dinner party you throw!

Get the pattern in my LoveCrafts store HERE.

Add it to your Ravelry projects queue HERE.

Please do not redistribute this pattern as your own, but feel free to sell finished items made from this pattern as long as you credit Nine Inspired as the designer. If you make this pattern, please tag me on social media @nineinspired so I can see!

Published by angela inspired

I'm a dreamer and a doer and I never stop learning. I love fiber arts and FOOD! I have a 6 year old daughter named Echo, a wonderful partner named Cam, and a little puppy named Finn. Together we live and explore in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. <3

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