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Table Runner, Beginner Quilting Pattern


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  • Classic Blocks
  • Precision Piecing

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Pattern Details

The Autumn Fall Table runner, is a versatile piece that can be used in a many ways to decorate your home for the autumn season. 17" X 57" perfect for adding spice to the table. the Table Runner is quilted with a mix of meandering stitches and a simple border stitch. For an alternative look, you can even use the reverse side of the runner, which is done in beautiful brown batik. Have a narrow wall in your home? This also can serve as a lovely decorative wall accent. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sewing, Piecing, Machine Quilting Rotary cutting methods

Recommended with this pattern

  • Batting 20" X 60"
  • 1/4 yard for binding
  • 1 5/8 yard backing (assumes no piecing)

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Adele Mogavero
Adele Mogavero
I believe Creativity can come in all sorts of ways "Arts & Crafts, baking & Cooking, home decor, music and writing. All of these things are part of my life " and it never goes out of style :) I enjoy creating and designing unique home decor items that I feature in my etsy shop. I also create patterns for sale they are available that are available here on Craftsy. My work as craft designer has been featured in several leading craft magazines. Crocheting was my first craft passion, although I received a sewing machine at a young age, quilting was not even a thought, the truth is I disliked quilts. As a young mom, I subscribed to a magazine called Annie's Pattern Club and they were looking for designers. That's when I decided to try my hand at designing a crocheted toy car for my sons. To my elation, that project (the first I ever submitted) was purchased, and so began my career as a "Craft Designer". My craft patterns have been published in a variety of craft magazines and publication. These projects included crocheting, plastic canvas, and basic craft designs. Along the way I discovered quilting and fell in love. I enjoy making quilts that are unique and a little crazy sometimes. Many of my designs are created spontaneously. Some are designed with on a computer. Some begin as doodles. PS. I'm also a bit of a fitness geek :) Hope you will join me this journey Create it! Live~Love~Laugh and then there is the bread!