A Beautiful Runner from a Pretty Block

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Make a Runner, Topper or Quilt in Your Favorite Colors!

The Stepping Stones quilt block makes a beautiful runner for the holidays or for any time of the year. Christmas colors seem like a row of poinsettias when stitched end to end. It will be lovely in other colors as well.

The block also makes a gorgeous quilt. Or, stitch 4 or 9 blocks together for a table topper. Whatever you decide to make from this block, choose your favorite fabrics for a topper or quilt that can be used all year long. Or, select colors for a specific season.

Christmas Runner from Stepping Stones Block

The pattern is for making the Stepping Stones quilt block (and quilt). It’s made from simple piecing and finishes at 10″ or 15″ square. Instructions are also included for two quilt sizes: 40” x 50” and 60” x 75”.

Stepping Stones Block Pattern

To make the runner, construct enough blocks to create the length you want. Stitch them together end to end, layer, quilt, and bind.

Quilt Made From Stepping Stones Block Pattern

Quilt top by @djudge.

Add more blocks to produce a quilt of the size you want. The beautiful quilt top above shows how wonderful a two-color theme is with this block pattern.

Click here to purchase the “Stepping Stones” PDF quilt block pattern from Sew Fresh Quilts.





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