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Snowman Table Runner
snowman runner pic
Filet Crochet Snowman Runner

Materials: 3 - 400 yd balls of size 10 white crochet cotton
Crochet Hook size 6 or 1.75 mm
Tapestry Needle
Gauge: 18 dcs and 10 rows=2 inches
Finished Size Approximately 17 inches wide x 51 inches long.

Reading Chart: The first row begins with ch 3, turn and ends with the last dc in the top of the turning ch of previous row. The
first vertical line of the chart represents the ch 3, turn. All boxes represent three sts, which are explained on the stitch key
and in the instructions. Keep in mind that most of the vertical lines on the chart represent a dc and the horizontal lines of the
empty boxes represent ch 2. Some rows are written out to help explain the instructions. First ch-3 of a row counts as first dc.
When the chart indents, ch 1, turn, sl st in first 3 sts or previous row, ch 3 for first dc of new row.

Directions: Before you begin, refer to gauge, techniques/stitches used, etc.The runner is crocheted from the center out to
the ends.

First Half: Ch 174 for foundation ch, dc in fourth ch from hook for first dc and follow row 1 across chart, working dcs in chs
indicated on the chart. Continue to follow chart to complete frist half of runner. Fasten off at the end of Row 107. Use
tapestry needle to weave in loose ends.

Second Half: Attach thread in first ch on opposite side of foundation ch, ch 3 for first dc and follow chart to complete second
half of runner. Fasten off a the end of Row 107. Use the tapestry needle weave in the loose ends.
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