An easy yet effective table runner
Inspired by Emma Jean Jansen's Range Terra Australis
Size: 14” x 44”
- Minimum cuts of the 8 fabrics - fat quarters, 25cm or fat eighths.
- 25cm fabric for binding
- Backing & Wadding : enough to cover the table runner
Other tools you will need
Cutting mat. Rotary cutter. Long ruler for use with a rotary cutter. A smaller ruler - easier to manoeuvre for the small cuts. Neutral coloured thread for sewing with - I like the Aurifil ne50 (this is a lovely fine 100% cotton thread, and I usually use a grey). General sewing supplies (thread snips, unpicker, pins, iron).
Before starting please note all seams are joined with a ¼” seam (unless otherwise indicated)
Also it is a good idea to read through all the instructions before starting.
The centre of the Table RunnerFussy cut the main fabric - 2 squares at 7½” Join carefully to form a mirror image.
Cut the strips to form the rest of the runner
|A Cut 2 pieces at 4” x 14”|
|B Cut 2 pieces at 2” x 14”|
|C Cut 2 pieces at 4½” x 14”|
|D Cut 2 pieces at 4” x 14”|
|E Cut 2 pieces at 2” x 14”|
|F Cut 2 pieces at 1 ¼” x 14”|
|G Cut 2 pieces at 5” x 14”|
Use the photos to help with fabric placement - or you can rearrange the fabrics to suit your taste.