SWIRLING TABLE RUNNER ON A SLANT

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SWIRLING TABLE RUNNER ON A SLANT Pattern

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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Category:

Quilting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Table Accessory

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Sewing Machine
  • Sew 1/4" seam allowance
  • My patterns include lots of pictures and diagrams, therefore, they are a lot longer.

Pattern Description:

Don't be intimidated by how these swirling table runners look finished-it's like "a slight of hands"! No seams to match, no curves to cut; just AMAZING results. This is a very forgiving technique. Make simple strip stratas and cut them with a 9 degree ruler and lay it on the 60 degree line. So easy to make. Use prints with prints or solids or combinations - anything goes here. It's magically fun!
Includes directions for both size runners.
Includes directions for PLACEMATS.

NO SEAM TO MATCH!

NO WEIRD SHAPES TO CUT OR SEW!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • PLACEMAT 16" x 12" (14" 9 degree ruler)
  • RUNNER 34" x 16" (18" 9 degree ruler)

Materials:

  • (8) fat 1/4's or (8) 1/4 yard cuts
  • Backing & batting: 2/3 yard
  • Binding: 1/2 yard cut on the bias
  • Idea: select a "theme" fabric, then add coordinating fabrics
  • It's amazing how you can add lots of prints next to each other!

You Will Also Need:

  • 18" 9 degree ruler (by Marilyn Doheny) dohenybooks.com
  • 6" x 24" ruler and small ruler i.e. 1" x 6"
  • Invisigrip for back of rulers or double sided tape or sandpaper dots to avoid slipping during cutting
  • Rotary cutter with new blade
  • Glue stick or tape
  • Seam ripper (sorry, it keeps us humble!)
  • Spray sizing or starch to prepare fabric
  • Walking foot, invisible thread

About Designer

About Designer

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Anne Marcellis has been quilting for 12 years and has, like many women, tried every new craft that has come along, but found her passion in quilting. Her mother taught her to sew and to embroider when she was 6 years old. After sewing her children?s clothing and her own for many years, she discovered the wonderfully fun world of quilting in 2001 when she made her first wall quilt. Anne secured ...

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