This Zig Zag Runner is So Easy to Make

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Your favorite combination of fabrics will make an impact in this easy table runner. Choose a charm pack for squares of fabric that already work well together or dig into your stash and coordinate them yourself.

This runner is so easy to make, even for beginning quilters. Simply stitch squares together, layer and quilt by stitching in the ditch.

Zig Zag Table Runner

Runner from Quilting Company. This runner is 19″ x 44 1/2″.

Best of all, there is no binding. The runner is finished off by turning. Quick, easy and so charming once complete.

Easter Zig Zag Table RunnerEaster Zig Zag Table Runner from Lauri Wallace.

Zig Zag RunnerZig Zag Runner by Kathy Haynes.

Christmas Table Runner

Christmas Zig Zag Runner by kathyc583182309 .

Zig Zag Runner

Runner found on Pinterest.

Christmas Zig Zag Runner

Scrappy Christmas Zig Zag Runner by The Pumpkin Squirrel.

Zig Zag Table Runner

Runner by Salt Bread Broom.

Zig Zag Table Runner

Runner by Marilyn’s Quilting Shop.

The runners shown here are 19″ wide although they vary in length. Make yours however long you want by adjusting the number of rows.

Jenny Doan from Missouri Star Quilt Co. demonstrates how to make the runner from start to finish in the following video.

 Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

You’ll find a written transcript of the video here.


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