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I love to create whimsical designs in fabric and embroidery. Never content with working on just one project, I always have several on the go at one time. My two furry assistants, Teeka and Charlie, ...

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Bubbly Stripes Table Runner

from Chatterbox Quilts
(7) Name: 'Quilting : Bubbly Stripes Table Runner
Bubbly Stripes Table Runner
Bubbly Stripes Table Runner
Bubbly Stripes Table Runner
Bubbly Stripes Table Runner

Pattern Description:

Tennis balls bouncing across the court. Air bubbles floating up from the ocean floor. Champagne bubbles rising in a crystal flute. However you envision it, this is a fun and modern quilt design which can be used as a table runner or wall hanging.

Finish the applique edges with a satin stitch or use an open zigzag for a raw edge look. You can even decide to fasten them down when you quilt Bubbly Stripes.

There are lots of opportunities for embellishment with this project. Add buttons, yo-yos or embroidery on the bubbles or even hot-fix crystals to add a little bling!

The pattern includes complete step-by-step instructions with full-size templates.

Quick to make, Bubbly Stripes makes a wonderful gift.

If you have any questions about this pattern, please contact me at kim@chatterboxquilts.com.

I invite you to follow me on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ChatterboxQuilts

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 20" x 40"


  • 1/2 yd. white or cream fabric (background)
  • 7 Fat Quarters
  • 1/4 yd. binding
  • 26" x 46" piece for backing and batting (90")
  • Fusible web
  • Neutral thread for piecing
  • Thread for finishing applique pieces and quilting
  • Stabilizer for applique pieces (optional)
  • Template plastic or cardboard
  • Sharpie Ultra Fine Point permanent marker

You Will Also Need:

  • Usual quilting supplies (rotary cutter, ruler, etc.)

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