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Cafe Table Runner

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 Cafe Table Runner

Designed by Sarah Resnick

A table runner that brings together the rustic texture of Duet Cotton/Linen and the classic elegance of Bronson lace. Order a kit.

Equipment

  • 4 shaft table or floor loom
  • 10 dent reed
  • One boat shuttle & bobbin
  • Fringe Twister (optional)

Yarn

Warp: Duet Cotton/Linen, 335 yds Pearl, 35 yds Dune, 370 yds total

Weft: Duet Cotton/Linen, 290 yds Dune

Specifications

  • 15.3" weaving width
  • 10 EPI
  • 13.25" W x 55" L + 5" fringe on each end

Customer Reviews

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Kathy
Easy Pattern With Elegant Results!

This pattern was easy to set up on the loom and easy to weave. I made it as a gift for my daughter, she said it looked like it was purchased at a high-end home decor store. She couldn't wait to put it on her table! I'm planning to make one for myself. The Duet yarn is beautiful and easy to work with.

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Robal Olarte
lovely & easy peasy to make

Gist has great designs and great directions including hints on simplifying steps that might be confusing. I first saw this runner that a friend had made, both as recommended and one 100% 2 colors.

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Precht, Karen
Happy Customer

Always pleased with the quality of their products, lovely patterns and service!

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Gigi Heckenbach
Great project

I'm a new weaver and have just started to weave on my 4 shaft Baby Wolf. I found the pattern very straight forward. I used a cotton/linen blend and 100% linen for the warp and the cotton/linen blend for the weft, which I had in my stash. The table runner turned out just perfect. It wove up quickly and went straight onto my table. I'm in awe every time I look at it. I can't believe that I made it. So happy with the results!

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ANITA FORDYCE
Mallo

I don`t have a lot of experience weaving and most of my projects have been with heavier weight yarns. I was a little nervous about the Mallo for a table runner I wanted to gift but it worked out beautifully. It is easy to work with and the finished piece is beautiful and has such nice feel.