Eighth Notes Illusion Table Runner/Place Mat – Knitting Pattern

The inspiration for this table runner is my niece, Miracle, who completed her coursework in music therapy, performed in her senior recital, and is now on her internship.

I am also making some Eighth Notes Face Cloths for her graduation gift.  I’ll post the pattern tomorrow.  I have to shoot some face cloth pix, first.

Don’t shoot me for what I did in Note 1.  I suppose a subtitle for this project could be: The Lion and the Lily.  ;-)


Here is a link to the DPF file:  Eighth Notes IllusionTable Runner Place Mat.

Happy knitting!


  1. 1
    Dianne Cusens Says:

    Hi Abbie, I love your eighth notes illusion runner, I will enjoy having a go at that. Amongst other things, I knitted a piano keyboard scarf for one of my sons, but I seem to get so wrapped up in the knitting that I seldom stop to document what I do. Thanks for your effort. Cheers, Di ( joanda.webs.com )

  2. 2

    Hello Dianne: I hope the runner works out for you. I’m glad you liked it. I’ll bet the piano keyboard scarf you knit looks great! I am much like you are. I just knit – and then forget to document what I do. I got caught at that again just this week, because someone asked me how to do something they saw of mine. So . . . I knit one, ripped it to measure and weigh the yarns, and then knit it again to take photos. Then still messed up when I typed the pattern, but it all worked out in the end. G.G.

  3. 3
    Katie Says:

    There are TWO row 62’s in the pattern. Not exactly sure how to correct that.
    Please advise!?
    Thank you :)

  4. 4

    Katie: That is just a row numbering error. The first row 62 is actually row 62. The second row should read Row 63. I will fix the error when I get a chance to edit the pdf, but for now, just follow the instructions for those two rows.

  5. 5
    Katie Says:

    Thank you :)

  6. 6

    You’re welcome. Sorry for the trouble.

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