Little Morsels of Fabric Shine In This Runner

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So Quick and Easy You’ll Want to Make More Than One!

Are you wondering what to do with that pack of mini charms you’ve been saving? This sweet little table runner is the perfect project. The fabric blocks seem to float on the background, showcasing the charms to perfection.

A pack of 2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ mini charms usually contains 42 fabric squares. This project requires 40 of them.  Choose your favorite pack, or cut your own for a more customized selection of fabrics.

Little Morsels Table Runner

The one trick to this project is getting the fabric squares to line up with each other even though they don’t touch. The following video shows you how to do that. This is a great technique you’ll use in other quilts as well.


This is a super quick project so consider making more than one. The red, white and blue fabrics are great for displaying through the summer and for patriotic holidays. Other colors will be just as charming.

The following runner was made by Crafts and Quilt Studio.

Little Morsels Table Runner

This one, also by Crafts and Quilt Studio, was finished with a print border.

Little Morsels Table RunnerRatna Rashidi made hers a little shorter for a great little table topper.

Little Morsels Table RunnerThere are many ways to make this runner uniquely yours! The finished size is 15″ x 33″ but it’s easily adjustable.

Click here to purchase the “Little Morsels” table runner pattern.


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