Create a Striking Runner from Fat Quarters

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Any Color Theme Will be Wonderful!

Two rows of zig-zags stretch down the center of this eye-catching runner. A piano key border provides a wonderful frame for the center.

Choose six coordinating fat quarters in whatever color palette you prefer. A monochromatic theme is striking, or add an accent color to the mix.

Stretch Quilted Table Runner Pattern

Stretch Quilted Table Runner Pattern

Stretch Quilted Table Runner Pattern

This is a simple runner to make and one you can have finished relatively quickly. Instructions are also provided for a pieced back, which essentially makes the runner reversible. Nice!

Stretch Quilted Table Runner Pattern

The finished runner, designed by Joanne Kerton from Canuck Quilter Designs, is 14 1/2″ x 54 1/2″.

Click here to purchase the “Stretch Quilted Table Runner” pattern.


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