An Easy Runner That’s Delightful in Any Color Theme

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It’s Perfect for Leftover Charm Squares!

This charming runner is so simple to make and it will be wonderful in colors for any season. Or, choose a combination of 5″ charm squares in a color combination you love and enjoy the runner all year long.

The patriotic version below, from Fat Cat Quilts, shows how festive the runner is made up in red, white, and blue prints.

Charming Stars Table Runner

We wanted to see the runner in another two-color combination so we played in Photoshop a bit to produce the following variation.

Charming Stars Table Runner

A variety of complementary colors are just as charming.

Charming Stars Table Runner

Runner from Tamarack Shack Longarm Quilting.

Monochromatic versions are lovely too. The runners below are from @milliemorgan.

Charming Stars Table Runner

“Charming Purple” table runner.

Charming Stars Table Runner

Red table runner.

This is the perfect project for leftover charm squares. Have fun putting a nice selection together.

To make the runner, create three blocks from the “Charming Stars” quilt tutorial by Stefanie Roman. Sew them together end to end, layer, quilt, and bind. The finished runner will be about 13 1/2″ x 40 1/2″.

Click here for the free “Charming Stars” quilt tutorial.


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