Easy Table Runner is Stunning in Red and Black

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11 Fat Quarters in Solids and Prints are all it Takes for This Table Runner!

Choose fabrics from a line you love or dig into your stash of fat quarters and mix it up. Either way, be sure to include a strong solid fabric for the central squares to give this quilted table runner its punch.

We love how the black works so well with the floral prints, and makes the center red squares pop even more.

But, we’d enjoy this in just about any color scheme. We can easily imagine a royal blue and black instead of red. A mix of scrappy fabrics from your stash would be marvelous too.

Vintage Ribbons Table Runner

Whatever colors you choose, this runner will be a wonderful accent quilt for your table.

It’s remarkably easy to make, too.

The runner, by designer

Click here for the “Vintage Ribbons” table runner pattern. It’s free.



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