Create a Lovely Runner for Your Easter Table

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It’s a Great Use of Leftover Strips!

Leftover strips in various widths are put to good use in this delightful runner. The runner will be a charming addition to your Easter decor for many years to come.

It will be fun playing with color to create your own version. Pink and yellow backgrounds are lovely with the strips chosen by the designer. But go ahead and create a runner in whatever spring colors you prefer.

Easter Egg Table Runner Tutorial

Strips are sewn together to form pieced patches for the eggs. Reverse applique is used to create the egg shapes. If you’ve not tried this before now is a good time to learn a new technique. It’s fairly simple and can be used in many other projects.

The finished runner, designed by Peta Peace for Sew Mama Sew, is about 12 1/2″ x 24 1/2″.

Click here for the free “Easter Egg Table Runner” tutorial.


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