Summer Breeze tablerunner/wallhanging

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Summer Breeze tablerunner/wallhanging Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Home Decor


Table Accessory

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

Easy to follow instructions for sew and flip foundation piecing on paper and raw edge applique, tips on burying your thread ends, and instructions on how to make a hanging sleeve in case you'd like to hang this on a wall. If you're an advanced stitcher, you'll breeze through this as well!

This table runner (or wallhanging!) looks super with hand-dyed fabric, or commercially produced fabric that looks hand-dyed. A great way to use those fantastic quilter's batiks! You could even create a version for fall with autumnal colors.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 17" w x 36.5" h


  • Fabric, batting, fusible webbing, printer paper, and basic sewing supplies such as: sewing machine, ruler, cutting mat, rotary cutter, scissors, thread, iron, walking foot, etc.

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 1 review)

jhb4300 on

Excellent Fun  May 8, 2013

This was fun to do and can be done in one or two days. I used fabrics I had on hand.

About Designer

About Designer

Holly Knott on

Cottage by the Pond is a mother and daughter team - Holly Knott and Diane Knott. Easy to make sewing patterns and quilting patterns are specially designed by us. Holly is a published quilt book author (see Quilted Garden Delights by C&T Publishing), website designer and fine artist (quilter, painter, photographer and more!) and Diane is a quilter and watercolor painter who licenses her work on ...

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