Graceful Feathers Combine for a Beautiful Bed Runner

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Use Scraps, Coordinating Fabrics or Fabric Panels!

Graceful feathers drift across the surface of this beautiful bed runner. They seem to float on air and combine for an eye-catching quilt that will be a lovely accent for any bed.

The runner is beautiful in many color combinations and is perfect for scraps. It will be fun selecting a pretty combination of fabrics in your favorite color theme.

Dream Catcher Bed Runner Pattern

Dream Catcher Bed Runner Pattern

A second pattern shows how to make the runner using the full-size Dream Big fabric panels (you’ll find a selection here). That makes fabric and color selection so easy and the results are simply gorgeous.

Dream Big Dream Catcher Bed Runner Pattern

Dream Big Dream Catcher Bed Runner Pattern

Dream Big Dream Catcher Bed Runner Pattern

Dream Big Dream Catcher Bed Runner Pattern

Fusible applique is used to make the runner. See and learn more about both versions here and here.

The finished runner, designed by JoAnn Hoffman, is 24″ x 90″.

Click here to purchase the “Dream Catcher Bed Runner” pattern.

The following pattern is for the version using the Dream Big panels.

Click here to purchase the “Dream Big Dream Catcher Bed Runner” pattern.

Dream Big fabric panels in a variety of colors are available here.


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