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Thread: ISO tablerunner pattern

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    ISO tablerunner pattern

    I am looking for a table runner pattern that I can use to show off a piece of fabric. The lady at the quilt shop recommended the "Big Easy" pattern. Does anyone have a photo of that one, or have any other ideas?

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    Here is a quilt I made. I suppose it could be made into a tablerunner.
    http://www.letsquilt.com/Classes/Qui...5/Default.aspx

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    Here is the first thing I found with a quick google search: http://www.amazon.com/The-Easy-Table.../dp/B003IJKQYA. There is another one I will send a link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sallyjane View Post
    Here is the first thing I found with a quick google search: http://www.amazon.com/The-Easy-Table.../dp/B003IJKQYA. There is another one I will send a link.
    Okay, here is the other one: http://ankastreasures.bigcartel.com/ Anka's Treasures has several books in a series: Living Large, and they are specially made for large pieces of fabric that a person does not want to cut up a lot.
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    How abut a 10 minute table runner? Takes 1/3 yard of focus fabric and 1/2 yard of backing fabric. http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=Kfg8B...%3DKfg8BMUakOc
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    There is another table runner that starts with a square of a single fabric, set on the diagonal, then on opposite ends, braids/strips of alternating fabric. It used 3 FQ, and started with a 12x 12" square of the center fabric. Then probably 2" strips x 12" (or maybe 1.5") of the other 2 fabrics. An accent square was on the corners. It could be made larger by increasing the number of or size of the braids/strips

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    The one Crarsuewilson is showing I found on www.quiltbus.com/tabletopper.htm and I have made several of them .Quick and easy its a freebie and don't know if they still have it on their site.

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    Check Moda free patterns. There was a real pretty one on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mic-pa View Post
    The one Crarsuewilson is showing I found on www.quiltbus.com/tabletopper.htm and I have made several of them .Quick and easy its a freebie and don't know if they still have it on their site.
    I have made this one - it was fun and easy.
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    I've made several table runners from this pattern - it's great for a focus fabric.

    http://store.atkinsondesigns.com/sto...3&item_id=1022

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    You could go to www.modabakeshop.com they have several different easy table runner patterns. Might be worth a look see. Good luck, there is a lot to choose from.
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