This bright and modern table runner is ideal for showing off a feature fabric that's just too special to cut up into smaller pieces. Frame them with a blender strip, then sew these on-point between set of half-square triangles.
This runner looks great in Christmas prints to adorn your festive table, but would look just as pretty in springtime fabrics to brighten up your home.
This paper pattern includes fabric requirements, cutting and sewing diagrams including a fast and easy way of making up your HSTs. Plus, Helping Hand tips and links to my online tutorials will guide you along the way.
Skill level: Skilled Beginner
Finished size: approx. 20" x 50"
You will need: • Six fat quarters including a feature print and a blender for the centre squares.
• One fat quarter of contrasting fabric, ideally a solid or blender for the HSTs.
• 40cm border fabric
• one fat quarter for binding (or you could use leftovers to make a pieced binding).
• 22" x 54" wadding and backing fabric
• Thread for piecing and for quilting.
This product is for the printed version, if you would prefer a PDF for instant download, click here. This pattern is not intended for commercial use, please do not distribute without permission.