Make a Stunning Runner from a Pretty Border Print

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This Will be Lovely in Just About Any Color Combination!

A primarily red border print is the basis for this beautiful table runner. An uneven edge to the red print, flowing into a cream background, gives it an unexpected and delightful twist.





Colors from the border are used to make the swirling blocks in the center with the same cream background. The result is an eye-catching design that that you’ll love to display year after year.

Good Cheer Table Runner

The red, green and cream fabrics are gorgeous in this runner, however it will be just as lovely in other colors as well. Keep an eye out during shopping forays for a border print that appeals to you for your own unique version.

Once you have the fabrics, this is an easy project to complete. Easy piecing means it stitches together quickly.

The finished runner, by designer Jackie Robinson, is 21 1⁄8″ × 46 3⁄8″.

Click here for the free “Good Cheer” table runner tutorial.

 

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