Combine Your Prettiest Prints for This Easy Runner

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It’s Great in Retro Fabrics!

Retro 1930s prints are so pretty in this runner. It will be at home in any kitchen while providing a bit of cheer and warmth.

Pull out your retro prints or any combination of small-scale prints to achieve a similar look. Other color themes and fabric styles will be wonderful in this runner, too.

1930's Table Runner Tutorial

1930's Table Runner Tutorial

This is a simple project, and one you can have finished up quickly. Simply sew strips together and arrange them in a pleasing combination.

1930's Table Runner Tutorial

The completed runner, designed by Melissa from Missouri Mel (writing for Fort Worth Fabric Studio), is about 15″ x 31 3/4″.

Click here for the free “1930s Table Runner” tutorial.


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