How to Get Perfectly Straight Edges on Table Runners

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Try This Simple Solution for Polished Results!

Narrow quilts with long edges, like table and bed runners, often come out a bit wavy and uneven. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to get them into shape for straight, polished results.





In the following article Eleanor Levie explains how to block a runner so it’s perfectly straight. It’s a simple process that’s well worth the effort.

Table Runner Pattern from Skinny Quilts and Table Runners II

Table Runner Pattern from Skinny Quilts and Table Runners II

The patterns for the runners shown above are in Skinny Quilts and Table Runners II.

The instructions are excerpted from her book, Skinny Quilts and Table Runners II.

Click here for the “How to Make a Table Runner with Perfectly Straight Edges” article.

Image Source: The pattern for the runner at the top of the page is in Skinny Quilts and Table Runners, also by Eleanor Levie.

 

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