Choose a Pretty Batik Jelly Roll for This Great Runner

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Strips of batiks are beautiful in this ombre-style table runner. It’s a simple project and can easily be adapted to suit your needs.

Exact measurements for the runner shown here are not provided. However, you can adjust the length and width to fit your table.

Tonga Cabana Tassel Table Runner Tutorial

Or, since it’s actually four sections sewn together, you can finish those off for a set of place mats.

The 2 1/2″ jelly roll strips are fused to fusible fleece, then cut apart and folded into thin strips (a Gypsy Quilter Jelly Roll Tube Maker will speed the process). Use a zig zag stitch to sew the strips together.

Tonga Cabana Tassel Table Runner Tutorial

Timeless Treasures Tonga Treats jelly roll strips were used in the example (find a nice selection here or a wider selection of batik jelly rolls here). Or go with any beautiful jelly roll in a print style you love.

The specified binding is pieced from a pack of 6″ x 40″ strips. However, jelly roll strips will work or go with a binding made from one fabric instead of several. Tassels made from strips of fabric finish off the runner. Or omit them if you prefer.

The runner was designed by JanaƩ King for Timeless Treasures.

Click here for the free “Tonga Cabana Tassel Table Runner” tutorial.


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