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Runner in Circles

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Casual
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What materials did you use? 100% cotton Layer Cake pack called 'Spirit' from Moda Fabrics for the circle fronts. 100% white cotton for the backing. Polyester batting.

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where is the pattern top make this?

04/29/2015 Flag

scroll up. in previous comments

04/29/2015 Flag

Hi! Just found your runner and love, love love it! I read all the comments and your helpful info. I am estimating that the circles are approx 6", 4" and 2" plus seam allow. Sound about right? You are an angel for sharing with us.

05/15/2015 Flag

Hi Sylvia. Thank you. Actually, the circles are ABOUT 3", 6" and 8" when sewn. I was using a set of 10" squares and if I remember correctly, could cut both of the two smaller ones from one square.

05/22/2015 Flag

This is beautifull ,how can i learn to do this? Is there a pattern ? This will be my first project ever,please help me.

10/24/2015 Flag

I didn't have a pattern but it seems I'd seen something similar somewhere. I used 3 dishes to make patterns for the circles. Made the circles, sewed the one bit of quilting, arranged the circles, then handstitched them together from the back side. After turning, didn't even bother tucking in those raw edges and closing the opening - just did my little row of quilting 1/4" or so from the edges. When put all together, each circle has an edge that is underneath another - that is the edge that was left open for turning. If this is not enough info, send me a message and I'll try harder for you.

10/25/2015 Flag