Two for Tea Crochet Doily Table Runner

Two for Tea Crochet Doily Table Runner

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Lovely Lace Doily Runner

Lovely Lace Doily Runner

The Crochet Lovely Lace Doily Runner is a recent request from Yarnspirations to put into a tutorial format. Aunt Lydia’s Thread.

You are looking at officially 7 doilies. The smaller doilies have extra of the same design in a different colour.

For myself, I struggle with US 5 or 1.7 mm hook size as it’s for a thread. My hands don’t have the ability to hold such a small hook and my eyes with the thin yarn is too much for me to handle. BUT, I would increase my hook size to possibly 3.75 / F Hook and use Patons Grace that is thicker. It’s mercerized cotton.

Lovely Lace Table Runner Crochet Doilies

Lovely Lace Table Runner Crochet Doilies

Here are all the motifs, do you see that some of them are the exact same but a different colour? There are no crochet diagrams and I am thinking to follow Yarnspirations suggestion to film this up.

I love a good challenge. Does this project interest you? Let me know in the comments below if this is something you would like to see.

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Seeing if there is interest-based on the comments below in this article. If I film this, how likely are you to use the tutorial? Maybe even just for reference if you are a pattern reader. 

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Mikey, aka Michael Sellick, of The Crochet Crowd, started this online journey back in 2008. A mere hobby in trying to reach out to others as he was mentally struggling with his own issues. His goal was simple, find others in the yarn communities, like him, that have a common interest.

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Enjoy the stitching journey. Life is short, enjoy this wonderful hobby and all of the learning opportunities that come with it.

28 thoughts on “Two for Tea Crochet Doily Table Runner”

  1. Sarah says:

    Yes! I would love to make this!

  2. Jennifer H says:

    Yes, yes, yes!!! If you have the time and interest I’d love to see this project in a video. I’m not the best at reading patterns and have always wanted to crochet doilies and use them as wall decor.

  3. Colleen Hirsch says:

    Yes! Yes! Yes!
    Have been looking for some great doilies for a friend and these would be perfect! Looking forward to the tutorials! Thanks Mikey <3

  4. Joyce says:

    I am going to make this and would LOVE a tutorial please.

  5. Nancy MacDonald says:

    Yes please do tutorials I love love love doing doilies but just starting to read patterns


    Would love to have a tutorial.

  7. Tammy says:

    Yes, yes, yes!

    1. Sylvia says:

      I’ve been trying this on my own. The pattern has many mistakes and some instructions are confusing. A video tutorial would definetly help.
      Thanks! 🙂

      1. Mikey says:

        I’ll talk to yarnspirations. if there are many mistakes like you are saying, a video tutorial would be pointless. I will see if they have a list of all of the mistakes that can be corrected. Thanks for letting me know, I was planning on filming this but now I will pause and revisit this in the future, possibly next year.

  8. Ginette says:

    I would love to see it! And I would definitely give the pattern a go!
    Love your tutorials!

  9. Kirsty says:

    I love the idea of making doilies, but have a really hard time when I go to make one. So a tutorial on these gorgeous doilies sounds perfect.

  10. Pam says:

    Love this! Very much interested. Your tutorials and diagrams make all the patterns doable! Thank you so much! 💕

  11. Arlene Mason says:

    I am very excited about this project! You have, again, read my mind. A video is a good idea, I would use it as a reference though. I prefer charts and the pattern. Complicated projects are best with all three, in my oppinon.

  12. Serena Young says:

    I would love to see this filmed.

  13. Susan Hicks says:

    I would be very interested. I enjoy projects like this to change it up for awhile and also like to challenge myself 😊

  14. Elsie says:

    I would love to see a tutorial. I really enjoy making dolly’s.

  15. Kristina says:

    I’m liking this idea, although I’d probably change it up a bit. I’m not at all intimidated by written patterns but I’d watch a tutorial to get your take on it. Your advice is always spot on.

    1. Shirley Payne says:

      Yes I would use a tutorial..I can “usually” crochet the doilies BUT the connecting throws me! Thanks for all you do!

  16. Sylvia says:

    I would love to see this as a tutorial. It’s exactly what I have been looking for.

  17. Diane L Gibson says:

    I would love a tutorial. I struggle with doilies and have wanted to do a table runner similar to this one.

  18. Cheryl Sweat says:

    Would love to see this “filmed up” and yes, definitely I’d use the tutorials. So exciting!!!

  19. Tina L Roth says:

    I would love to make this! Have been hoping for a tutorial for a doily table runner for a while now. I like how they are connected.

  20. Katrina says:

    Yes please!

  21. Deb Kowalevsky says:

    Hi… yes I would live to make table runner… this can work for any season just by changing yarn color… also can go on coffe table, my dresser… exciting! Deb in Calgary Alberta Canada

  22. Angela Charles says:

    I’d go for a written pattern, personally. I find switching focus from screen to work difficult, plus having to tap to pause while I translate what I’ve seen into actual crochet needs an extra hand! With a written pattern, I can read as far as I can remember and then do, and read again if I forget something, rather than having to rewind.

    1. Sylvia Gross says:

      There is a written pattern. It’s even mentioned in this post. 😊
      Just click the link: “Crochet Lovely Lace Doily Runner” up on the top.

  23. Alice says:

    This project would interest me very much! I would like it better if there was more of a connection between the doilies to make the project a cohesive whole. Using the clones knot or other way of using Irish crochet to connect them together would be nice. I am not contradicting the designer though. The person did an excellent job with the project!

  24. Lori says:

    I’ve been trying to work on something similar but it’s not working out! I would love to see a tutorial please.

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