Peacock Feather Foundation Table Runner

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Peacock Feather Foundation Table Runner Pattern


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Quilting: Peacock Feather Foundation Table Runner
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Peacock Feather Foundation Table Runner Peacock Block
Peacock Feather Foundation Table Runner Peacock Table Runner

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should already know how to piece together blocks and it's best to know how to use a paper piecing pattern. Even if you've never used one before, we walk you through it in our directions.

Pattern Description:

This peacock feather table runner is a quilting block pattern can be made with expert precision by implementing the paper piecing foundation pattern that we present here.

Scraps can be used or you can use materials that we have suggested. Our suggested material amounts are an over-exaggeration, so if you make a mistake you always have more fabric to work with.

Our pattern makes a 6x6 inch quilting block with a 1/4 inch grace allowance that can be assembled to make a table runner.

This way you can make any size quilt you desire within 6 inch increments of your desired result.

The table runner will be a finished size of 18.5 x 42.5 inches.

Our directions will walk you through the whole process of using our pattern to make this beautiful quilting block and table runner.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Finished quilting block is 6x6 inches with a 1/4 inch grace allowance for piecing. Finished table runner is 18.5 x 42.5 inches.


  • Fabric in 6 different colors (1/4 yard each prefered, but less will be used) or scraps for blocks.
  • Fabric in 2 colors for boarders (1 yard each for pieced borders)

You Will Also Need:

  • Printer
  • Paper
  • Pins
  • Sewing machine

About Designer

About Designer

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Quilting started to interest me at 16. I would watch for hours as my grandmother quilted in her favorite chair.

Unfortunately, she passed away that same year and never got a chance to really show me how it was done.

Ever since she gave me the ?quilting bug?, I studied existing quilts. I loved the artwork with fabric placement and the stitches were neat too.

Finally, when I was 21, I ...

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