Enjoy This Beautiful Snowflake Runner All Winter

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This beautiful runner was adapted from the popular “Rock Candy” table topper designed by Julie Herman of Jaybird Quilts. Essentially, three toppers are stitched together to create a stunning runner.





Jennifer from Shabby Fabrics shows you how to put the runner together in the following video. While it looks like a complicated project it’s really quite simple to make.

If the video doesn’t play on your device click here to view it at YouTube.

She also demonstrates how a rotating mat makes this, and other projects go much more smoothly. If you don’t already have one you’ll wonder how you got along without it (you’ll find a selection here).

The Sidekick Ruler is needed to complete this project (get it here) and is well worth the expense for this wonderful runner. It can be used in many other projects as well.

Snowflake Table Runner Tutorial

The runner is simple to piece but does require a bias binding. You’ll find a good tutorial here for binding those inside and outside corners.

You’ll find the cutting and placement diagram at the link below.

Click here for the free “Snowflake Table Runner” diagram.

 

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