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Why not plan a special dinner for your sweethearts this Valentine's Day, and adorn your table with this elegant, yet classic table runner?
NOTE: Approximate finished size is 15 1/2" x 42 1/2". This project involves machine sewing, along with a small amount of appliqué. Kimberbell Kids' eBook entitled, "Appliqué the Easy Way" may be of assistance to you if you'd like further instruction than what is provided here.
Materials Needed: *cutting board, straight edge ruler, rotary cutter *1/2 yard fabric (45" wide-this will be the foundation fabric for the runner. I used cotton decorator fabric found at JoAnn's) *1/2 yard coordinating fabric (also 45" wide-for the center square and end triangles) *1/2 yard muslin (45" wide-for the back) *1/3 yard transfer web paper such as "Wonder Under" *coordinating thread *sewing machine *ironing board and iron *4 coordinating buttons.
This is cute, and easy, but not all that great unless you used heavy weight fabrics. The lighter weight cottons did not turn out well, and the white over red showed through. I probably won't make this again.
Thank you for this pattern! I made this table runner for my mom for a Mother's Day gift and she just loved it! This was my first "quilt" pattern to make and it was so easy with these instructions! I hope to make some more in seasonal colors and some for myself! Thank you again! ~Rachel~
So easy to make! I haven't sewn in years and this pattern was not only easly to follow, but turned out darling! Even my husband commented on how much he liked it. I think that next time I will try it in heavier fabrics like you recommended. I'm going to make another one in spring colors for my friend's birthday!
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