Prairie Points Make This Runner Extra Charming

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Make Yours Scrappy or Coordinate the Colors!

A polka dot binding and prairie point edging gives this pinwheel runner a fun and whimsical appeal. Pretty buttons are a sweet finishing touch.





Start with triangles cut from 6″ squares in a wide variety of fabrics to give the runner a scrappy look. The more fabrics the better for scrappy charm.

Pinwheels Table Runner Pattern

You can also give the runner a more coordinated look by choosing fabrics to fit a particular color theme. The runner will be just as lovely.

The runner, designed by Sue Marsh, is 12″ x 32″.

You’ll find the pattern for the “Pinwheels Table Runner” in Runners: Bed & Tabletop.

Click here to purchase Runners: Bed & Tabletop.

 

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