Create a Scrappy Runner in Your Favorite Fabrics

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It Will Also be Lovely Coordinated Around a Color Theme!

A charm pack of beautiful fabrics mixed with white creates a lovely scrappy-look runner. Display it on a table, dresser or even hang it as a mini quilt.

The coordinated fabrics from one fabric line work beautifully together. Or, dig into your stash and create your own combination.

Scrappy 9 Patch Irish Chain Tablerunner Tutorial

The runner will be lovely in any predominant color against white or another background color. Or do as the designer did and mix colors for a more scrappy look.

Nine-patch blocks are configured to create an Irish Chain. Pieced borders add interest while tying the quilt together.

The finished runner, designed by Connie Kresin Campbell from Freemotion by the River, is 15″ x 27″. Add more columns for a longer runner. Continue the layout with 2 or 4 more columns to retain the symmetry.

Click here for the free “Scrappy 9 Patch Irish Chain Tablerunner” tutorial.


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