Challenge Yourself with This Intricate Table Runner

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This Table Runner Looks Difficult but it’s a Quick Project for Experienced Quilters!

The intricate design of this stunning table runner is reminiscent of  Moroccan tile work. The designer, Allison Bergquist, created the quilt based on tiles she saw in Casablanca, hence the name “Casablanca Table Runner.”

We can easily see this made up in Christmas fabrics, as well as cheery pastels for spring. A scrappy patchwork look would be gorgeous too. Regardless of the fabrics you choose, this table runner will look wonderful on just about any table!

Casablance Table Runner Pattern

The finished table runner measures 14″ x 44″ and is made of 9″ quilt blocks. Because of the small size of some of the fabric squares, this may not be a project for beginning quilters.

Get the “Casablanca Table Runner” pattern here.


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