Simple Blocks and No Binding Make This a Breeze to Complete!
Whether you’re looking for a table runner to display for Valentine’s or Christmas, or a welcoming runner for all year around, you’ll appreciate how easy this one is to make.
The Nine-Patch Heart block, sometimes called a Nordic Heart, is simple to sew together, even for beginning quilters. You can use this block in so many ways and will be glad to have it on hand. The block pattern is free.
You’ll need additional instructions to complete the table runner, which are provided separately (keep reading – the link is below).
Photo courtesy of Attic Window Quilt Shop.
There is no binding on the runner, which makes it even faster to complete. Once it’s quilted, it’s done!
The completed runner is 21 ¼˝ x 53˝.
The “Heart of the Home” table runner pattern, by designer Jackie Robinson, is available in the January/February 2013 issue of McCall’s Quilting.
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