Showcase Beautiful Fabrics in This French Braid Quilt

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Make One Braid for a Table Runner in Your Favorite Colors!

The French Braid pattern has long been a favorite in a variety of media, including quilts. It’s goes by different names but the overall design is the same, whether made out of wood for floors or out of fabric for table runners and quilts.





This beautiful pattern features three French Braids. We’ve often seen French Braid table runners made of a single “braid”, but the design is even more striking when multiplied by three.

Jelly Roll French Braid Quilt

Select coordinating fabrics for each of the braids. Or choose a jelly roll containing 3 color palettes with a good assortment of light, medium and dark fabrics in each. Three fat quarters can be used for the center squares. Pull everything together with fabulous border fabrics.

The pattern, by Pure Joy Patterns, is for a 52″ x 72″ finished quilt. You can easily alter the pattern to make a French Braid table runner.

Click here to purchase the “Jelly Roll French Braid” quilt pattern.

 

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