Pinwheels and Prairie Points Make a Lovely Runner
July 24, 2017 |
| Table Toppers
It’s Surprisingly Easy to Stitch Together, Too!
Select your prettiest fabrics for this interesting and unusual table runner. Pinwheels, buttons and prairie points all combine to make it extra appealing.
You may already have fabric in your stash for a lovely version. Five coordinating fat eighths plus a background fabric, in this case white, are all it takes. Keep the fat eighths similar in value, like the greens chosen by the designer, to best set off the white pinwheels.
Leftovers from stitching up the pinwheels are used for the prairie points, making this project an economical use of fabric. Plus, it’s remarkably easy to construct. Beginning and experienced quilters alike will enjoy creating their own rendition of this charming runner.
The pattern, from designer Carol E. Loessel, is for a 48″ x 12″ runner.
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