It’s a Great Project for Scraps!
This easy runner is an elegant way to show off fabric you love. It will be wonderful in any color theme. Choose a favorite color combo or make it up in fabrics for any season.
Start with ten to twelve 2 1/2″ strips from a favorite jelly roll or combine leftover strips from your stash. Then select a background color, in this case white, to tie them together.
This is an easy project, even for beginners, and will finish up quickly.
The completed runner, designed by Carolyn S. Vagts, is 53″ x 23″. Easily adjust the size by adding or deleting blocks.
You’ll find the pattern for the “Splitting Hairs Table Runner” in Quilts You Can Make in a Day.
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