Make a Charming QAYG Runner with Tips from a Pro

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Great Quilt-As-You-Go Tips for Any Project!

Create a beautiful runner using a Quilt-As-You-Go process. It will be lovely in any color theme and for any season.





Plus, it’s super easy to make and will finish up quickly. Start with 10″ layer cakes squares and scraps plus a background, backing and binding.

Crossroads Runner Tutorial

Instructions for this project are presented as part of Gudrun Erla’s “Fast & Furious: Quilt-As-You-Go With Pre-Cuts” class. There are five projects included in the full course. This one is the first and covers basics that will be used in later classes.

Fast & Furious: Quilt-As-You-Go With Pre-Cuts

The first class of the course, which covers preparing materials and so on, is available once you purchase the full class (if you’re a Bluprint member – a great value – you already have full access). But, you likely won’t need that info to complete this project (this one is free).

Crossroads Runner Tutorial

Runner created by Squeakie.

Gudrun goes into great detail, showing exactly how to make the runner. She also provides many wonderful tips that will help with other QAYG projects.

Click here for the free “Crossroads Runner” tutorial class.

 

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