Post # 1
I’m an avid crocheter and thought that crocheting my own aisle runner could add a personal touch to our ceremony. I’d probably wind up using a lacy stitch and a yarn that has a slight sheen.
I’m just wondering if anyone has any thoughts/opinions on this or might have had a crochet aisle runner before. Any issues with it? Tripping, etc?
Post # 3
I would consider crochet trim (along the edge) but I wouldn’t do an entire crochet aisle runner. I think the opportunities for it to get bunched up is high and that would be a tripping hazard. Plus, I think heels can get caught and someone will trip that way. If you just did a little trim on the edges in crochet, I think it’s more unlikely that someone will trip on that.
Perhaps you can crochet something for your bouquet, in lieu of ribbon?
Post # 4
I agree with the PP I wouldn’t do a whole thing crocheted that is just an accident waiting to happen…
Post # 5
Read the title of this thread & thought… that’s an accident waiting to happen. A crochet trim could be nice. You could crochet something to wrap your bouquet in or something for your tables.
Post # 6
Only if you’re wearing flats.
Post # 7
I’ve been crocheting for 25+ years! I love the idea of incorportating it into you’re wedding but, yeah, that’s an accident waiting to happen. The edge would be nice… or else you’d have to lay something over it for sure. I thought about crocheting a lace edge for my veil.
Post # 8
Agree with the PPs, I like the idea of a crocheted edge, but not a whole runner – I’d be afraid of someone tripping!
Post # 9
Maybe you could crochet thigns to go under the centerpieces, or something like that instead.