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Falalalala Crochet Table Runner Free Pattern

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What’s more festive than a Falalalala Crochet Table Runner?! I have yet another fun crochet colorwork project for you. And this one will get you singing Falalalala and getting in the holiday mood.

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Crochet Colorwork

Have you tried colorwork yet? This pattern uses a mix of intarsia and carrying the yarn along the back. It’s up to you which method you are most comfortable with.

Since the back of this pattern is not see, it’s okay to have some ends carried along the back of your crochet piece. Jump on over to this post to get some tips and tricks for maximum success.

There is also a video about the crochet mug rug colorwork at the end of this post.

Ways To Colorwork in Crochet

Twisted Fringe:

Have you tried twisted fringe? Oh my, it’s so fun and gratifying. Come on over to this post to check out the tutorial. Or you can use traditional fringe or no fringe at all. That’s the beautiful thing about handmade, you can customize to your liking.

Falalalala Crochet Table Runner Supplies:

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Crochet Hook:

5.0mm (H hook), or hook to obtain gauge

Notions:

Removable stitch markers if needed
Yarn needle to weave in ends
Scissors

Yarn:

WeCrochet Brava Worsted 100% Premium Acrylic. 218yds/100g/3.53ounces
In colorways: Dublin (1 skein) & Dove Heather (2 skeins)

Yardage:

695 yds (634m)

Abbreviations/Stitches:

ch- Chain

RS- Right Side

sc- Single Crochet

sl st- Slip Stitch

sts- Stitches

WS- Wrong Side

Gauge:

13 sc sts and 16 rows = 4” [10 cm] with H-hook

Skill Level:

Intermediate/Colorwork

Size:

57 inches wide by 10.5 inches tall not including fringe.

Notes:

– The Falalalala Crochet Table Runner pattern is worked in rows from the bottom to the top.

– After the end of each row turn and ch 1. The ch 1 does not count as a stitch. 

For left-hand crocheters, start at the bottom left of the chart instead of the bottom right.

– Since there is a wrong side and a right side to the table runner, I used a combination of intarsia and carrying yarn across the back for the colorwork. Experiment and see what works best for you.

Special Tip: When chaining a large number of stitches try out this trick to prevent any twists in your starting chain: https://brianakdesigns.com/no-chain-twists-ever/

Dove Heather Color is abbreviated as A

Dublin color is abbreviated as B

Falalalala Crochet Table Runner Written Instructions:

To Begin: With Color A (Dove Heather), chain 189 and start the first row in the first chain from the hook. (189 sts)

← Row 1 [RS]: (sc A) x 189 

→ Row 2 [WS]: (sc A) x 189 

← Row 3-6 [RS]: Repeat Rows 1-2 

← Row 7 [RS]: (sc A) x 76, (sc B) x 8, (sc A) x 105 

→ Row 8 [WS]: (sc A) x 104, (sc B) x 11, (sc A) x 74 

← Row 9 [RS]: (sc A) x 14, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 49, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 7, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 103 

→ Row 10 [WS]: (sc A) x 17, (sc B) x 9, (sc A) x 76, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 9, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 46, (sc B) x 14, (sc A) x 12 

← Row 11 [RS]: (sc A) x 11, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 10, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 44, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 73, (sc B) x 13, (sc A) x 15 

→ Row 12 [WS]: (sc A) x 14, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 9, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 71, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 14, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 44, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 10 

← Row 13 [RS]: (sc A) x 10, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 13, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 61, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 68, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 11, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 13 

→ Row 14 [WS]: (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 15, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 57, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 4, (sc A) x 62, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 14, sc B, (sc A) x 10 

← Row 15 [RS]: (sc A) x 25, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 64, (sc B) x 8, (sc A) x 58, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 17, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 11 

→ Row 16 [WS]: (sc A) x 10, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 19, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 7, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 9, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 3, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 4, (sc A) x 5, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 11, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 11, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 25 

← Row 17 [RS]: (sc A) x 25, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 11, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 11, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 3, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 9, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 20, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 10 

→ Row 18 [WS]: (sc A) x 10, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 7, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 11, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 10, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 3, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 11, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 7, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 25 

← Row 19 [RS]: (sc A) x 25, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 7, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 11, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 3, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 10, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 11, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 7, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 10 

→ Row 20 [WS]: (sc A) x 10, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 7, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 10, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 10, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 3, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 11, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 7, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 25 

← Row 21 [RS]: (sc A) x 25, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 7, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 11, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 3, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 8, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 9, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 8, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 10 

→ Row 22 [WS]: (sc A) x 10, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 8, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 7, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 7, (sc B) x 8, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 3, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 11, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 7, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 25 

← Row 23 [RS]: (sc A) x 25, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 7, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 11, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 3, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 10, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 8, (sc B) x 11, (sc A) x 9, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 10 

→ Row 24 [WS]: (sc A) x 11, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 10, (sc B) x 8, (sc A) x 9, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 10, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 3, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 11, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 7, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 25 

← Row 25 [RS]: (sc A) x 25, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 7, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 11, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 3, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 10, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 26, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 11 

→ Row 26 [WS]: (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 25, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 10, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 3, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 11, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 7, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 2, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 10, (sc A) x 25 

← Row 27 [RS]: (sc A) x 26, (sc B) x 8, (sc A) x 13, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 3, (sc B) x 8, (sc A) x 13, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 3, (sc B) x 8, (sc A) x 8, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 5, (sc B) x 8, (sc A) x 12, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 8, (sc A) x 3, (sc B) x 13, (sc A) x 21, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 13 

→ Row 28 [WS]: (sc A) x 14, (sc B) x 5, (sc A) x 15, (sc B) x 17, (sc A) x 3, (sc B) x 6, (sc A) x 5, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 13, (sc B) x 6, (sc A) x 6, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 9, (sc B) x 6, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 14, (sc B) x 6, (sc A) x 4, (sc B) x 2, (sc A) x 14, (sc B) x 6, (sc A) x 27 

← Row 29 [RS]: (sc A) x 137, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 13, (sc B) x 20, (sc A) x 16 

→ Row 30 [WS]: (sc A) x 18, (sc B) x 16, (sc A) x 16, (sc B) x 3, (sc A) x 136 

← Row 31 [RS]: (sc A) x 189 

→ Row 32-38: Repeat Row 31

Border:

Row 1: With Color B yarn, join and ch 1, sc in first, *ch 1, skip 1, sc in next*; repeat from * to * until last stitch, sc in the last stitch, turn.

Row 2: With Color A yarn, join and ch 1, sc in first, *ch 1, skip 1, sc in next*; repeat from * to * until last stitch, sc in the last stitch, turn.

Repeat Border Rows 1-2 on the other side of the table runner.

-Fasten off and weave in ends.

How to Add Twisted Fringe:

It is completely optional if you would like to put fringe on the ends of your table runner. I’ve fallen in love with twisted fringe and I think you just might too. For video instructions visit: https://youtu.be/JbakpHnQfP8

STEP 1:

Slip stitch to your project at a corner or where you want to begin.

STEP 2:

Pull the yarn away from your project for the desired amount. The twisted fringe will be just less than half of this height.

STEP 3:

Place your finger onto the loop on the crochet hook so it stays in place for the first spin. Rotate your hook clockwise about 15-17 times. The loop will now look very twisted.

STEP 4:

Place your left index finger in front of the twisted loop and bring the hook down and over your finger to your project edge. Slip stitch in the next space.

STEP 5:

Take your left finger out of the fringe and watch it snap into its twist. If it needs adjusting, gently tug so that it’s straight without any knots.

And that’s it! Repeat these steps along the edge of your project for some awesome-looking fringe!

Falalalala Crochet Table Runner Charts:

Falalalala Crochet Table Runner across 4 sections:

Falalalala Crochet Table Runner across 3 sections:

Crochet Colorwork Sample Video:

Get the free Holiday Mug Rug Pattern HERE.

Holiday Mug Rug Crochet Pattern

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