5 Table Runner Patterns for All Quilters

blue white and teal quilted table runner

There’s nothing better — or more fun — than adding a splash of color to your house with a table runner. Choose your favorite pattern below, then raid your stash!

1. Love Table Runner

love tablerunner

What’s not to love about this table runner? Making the alphabet letters is easier than you think — just bust out your jelly rolls and you can stitch it up in a flash.

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2. Custom Table Runner

blue white and teal quilted table runner

Hey beginner quilters, this one’s for you. Make this your first-ever project and get expert step-by-step instruction along the way. Your table will thank you!

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3. Poinsettia Table Runner

Poinsettia Table Runner

Put your Christmas fabric to good use and stitch the iconic plant of the holidays. This pattern comes with detailed cutting instructions (making it totally beginner-friendly) and three different ways to finish the ends — make one to match your poinsettia cupcakes!

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4. Sugar Cookie Table Runner

pale pink heart table runner

Fact: everyone loves sugar cookies, especially if they’re paired with a matching table runner. Make this pattern with your favorite shades of pink, then bake a batch of cookies to match.

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5. Midnight Frost Table Runner

midnight frost table runner

This novice level table runner measures 8″ x 48″ and is cool in its blues. But don’t stop there, you could switch out the colors to another hue, or do a rainbow of colors. Made with half-square triangles, it is a great skill builder for a new quilter.

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7 Responses to “5 Table Runner Patterns for All Quilters”
  1. silvertip9595115
    silvertip9595115

    For the patterns that need to be purchased it would be nice to know size of table runner BEFORE purchasing!

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  2. CHRISTINE
    CHRISTINE

    The FAQs still says patterns will be bought across later but it’s been like that for ages

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  3. Sharon
    Sharon

    I paid for membership. Why do some of these say “shop the pattern” and not “get the pattern?”

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