Spring Flowers Table Runner

Categories: Gifts, Decor, Spring

Brighten up your kitchen or dining room table with this Spring Flower inspired table runner. Simple piecing techniques combined with easy to follow instructions and fully illustrated diagrams have been provided to help you achieve a finished project you will be proud to display or give to friends and family.

What you need to make this project

Materials
Cotton Prints; Three coordinating fat quarters for the table runner top, 1/2 yard for the backing
American Spirit Batting­™ Classic Cotton Batting
Rick Rack - 1/2 Inch wide by 2 yards
Thread
Supplies
Sewing Machine
Basic Sewing, Measuring, Cutting and Pressing tools and supplies

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American Spirit Batting™ Classic Cotton 45″ x 60″

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Instructions

Step One

Cut the following pieces from the fat quarters of cotton fabric; One 22  inch by 15 rectangle for center front of the table runner (A), Two 4 1/2 by 15 inch rectangles (B), Two 7 inch by 15 rectangles (C). Cut two 41″ x 15 inch rectangles, one each from the backing fabric and the American Spirit Batting­™ Classic Cotton Batting.  See Diagrams provided: Spring Flower Table Runner

Step Two

With right sides together; stitch the B rectangles to either side of the A rectangle. Press the seams open.

Step Three

With right sides together; stitch the C rectangles to either side of the B rectangles. Press the seams open.

Step Four

Cut the length of rick rack into four equal pieces. Topstitch the rick rack on top of the seams between the A, B and C rectangles. Trim rick rack even with the outside edges of the pieced table runner top.

Step Five

Place the table runner top on a flat surface right side up and cover with the backing fabric rights side down. Cover the backing fabric with the batting. Pin all layers together. Stitch around the outside edges, leaving a 5 inch opening along on edge. Trim corners.

Step Six

Turn right side out and press. Hand stitch the opening closed. Topstitch around the outside edges of the table runner, stitching 1 inch in from the outside edges. Add additional quilting as desired.