A table runner for the holidays? Which holiday? With this table runner you can change the colors for any holiday of your choice, or just to match your décor. This slip stitch table runner is worked lengthwise with a new yarn used for every row. All the ends are then used to create fringe for the ends of the runner that hang off the table. The slip stitches add a nice design, and a little texture. This table runner is a great way to get in the holiday spirit.

Christmas Slip Stitch Table Runner free knit pattern by Jessie At Home
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Christmas Slip Stitch Table Runner
Knit Pattern
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

Christmas Slip Stitch Table Runner free knit pattern by Jessie At Home - 2

Size:
9.5″ x 82″

Yarn:
Lion Brand Heartland, 100% Acrylic, 251 yds / 142 g
Redwood 113, Color A: 125 yds / 71 g
Kings Canyon 180, Color B: 125 yds / 71 g
Katmai 151, Color C: 125 yds / 71 g
Everglades 173, Color D: 125 yds / 71 g

Needles:
US-I/9, 5.5mm 24-36″ circulars

Gauge:
17 sts x 25 rows = 4” [10 cm] in stockinette st

Stitches and Abbreviations:
co – cast on
k – knit
st(s) – stitch(es)

Getting Started:
Pay attention to the right side (RS) and wrong side (WS) instructions. For the stockinette section of the runner, all rows are worked from the right side, meaning each row is worked from the same side. To do this, do not turn work at the end of the row, just go back to the beginning and start there.
Each row is started with a new piece of yarn, leave an 8-10 inch tail at the start of the row, and then cut an 8-10 inch tail at the end of the row. The tails will tied and cut even as fringe at the end.

Pattern:
CO 319 with Color A
Rows 1, 3, 5: (RS) With Color B, k across.
Rows 2, 4: (WS) With Color A, k across.
Row 6: (RS) Do not turn, with Color A, k 4, slip 1, (k 9, slip 1) until 4 sts remain, k to end.
Row 7: (RS) Do not turn, with Color B, k 9, (slip 1, k 9) to end.
Rows 8-17: Repeat Rows 6 & 7 five more times.
Row 18: (RS) Do not turn, with Color C, k 4, slip 1, (k 9, slip 1) until 4 sts remain, k to end.
Row 19: (RS) Do not turn, with Color D, k 9, (slip 1, k 9) to end.
Row 20: (RS) Do not turn, with Color A, k 4, slip 1, (k 9, slip 1) until 4 sts remain, k to end.
Row 21: (RS) Do not turn, with Color B, k 9, (slip 1, k 9) to end.
Rows 22-53: Repeat Rows 18-21 eight more times.
Rows 54-61: Repeat Rows 20-21 four more times.
Rows 62, 64, 66: (WS) With Color A, k across.
Rows 63, 65: (RS) With Color B, k across.
Bind off knit wise from RS with Color B.

Tie ends together in pairs. Wet block Slip Stitch Table Runner. When dry, trim fringe.

Use or give and enjoy!

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4 Comments

4 Comments on Christmas Slip Stitch Table Runner

  1. Lovely but can’t print the pattern without some blank ad block obscuring much of the pattern. Please adjust or why even provide the pattern?

  2. Is it straightforward to make a small squarish version, casting on the minimum number of stitches? Four knitted stitches plus slip the fifth at the beginning of each right side row and ending with slip one, knit the remaining four The wrong sides should be similar and easy to see and work out. The patterning stitches in brackets (…) seem straightforward.
    Thank you.
    C

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