Make an Easy Runner from Scraps |
The String Pieced Block Can be Used in Many Projects!
Scrappy string blocks make a charming runner in whatever fabrics you wish to use. Leftovers from other projects are perfect, although you can easily cut up yardage and pre-cuts to create just the right combination.
The fabric used in the example is from Lori Holt’s Autumn Love fabric line (available here while supplies last). We love her colorful take on fall colors.
Go with colors for any season or those that work with your decor. This runner is so easy to make that you may find yourself making more than one just to play with color.
Basic string pieced blocks make up the runner. It’s super simple to make. Just arrange blocks as shown, then layer, quilt and bind. Learn more about the runner by Lori Holt here (scroll – it’s toward the end of the article).
The blocks are 8″ square once completed.
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