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    Looking for pattern

    Does anyone know where I can find a pattern for this table runner: https://images.google.com/imgres?img...ce=sh%2Fx%2Fim

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    Welcome to the board, ClairD.
    Some years ago, I made Xmas runners with a pattern like this but I'm not sure if it's exactly the same pattern. Here's a link.
    https://www.quiltingbookspatternsand...products/12599
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    Quote Originally Posted by anne2016 View Post
    Welcome to the board, ClairD.
    Some years ago, I made Xmas runners with a pattern like this but I'm not sure if it's exactly the same pattern. Here's a link.
    https://www.quiltingbookspatternsand...products/12599
    I think this pattern may be the one, if you used a four patch in the centre vs the large feature fabric in this image.
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    Welcome ClairD. Lots of helpful, knowledgeable people here.
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    Just looking at the pattern, I would guess that the squares could be 1 inch squares. If you take graph paper, I think you could draw it out. If you decide that isn't big enough, then just enlarge the squares.
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    The rows are sewn on point, on the diagonal. If you look at the center part of the rows, where there are four small squares across with another four small squares below, the color layout for that double row of squares is the same for each double row all through the table runner (with the exception of the shorter end rows), so those can be strip pieced and cut down. Then each double row has a dark strip added to each end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustAbitCrazy View Post
    The rows are sewn on point, on the diagonal. If you look at the center part of the rows, where there are four small squares across with another four small squares below, the color layout for that double row of squares is the same for each double row all through the table runner (with the exception of the shorter end rows), so those can be strip pieced and cut down. Then each double row has a dark strip added to each end.
    I agree with this. It is made from squares and turned on the diagonsl.
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    I've made this several times in different color combinations.....its called "Seminole Table Runner" by Atkinson Designs..

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    I forgot to add the pattern number - SPL 105

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClairD View Post
    Does anyone know where I can find a pattern for this table runner: https://images.google.com/imgres?img...ce=sh%2Fx%2Fim
    I just got a new dining table and want to make runners. Thanks for the finished picture. I looked at the Atkinson pattern and would never have bought it from its pic. You can't always judge a pattern from its cover.

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    This one is similar and its FREE :-)

    http://phoebemoon.com/Patterns/tabletopper.htm

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    boy you are not kidding. the color isn't great on her site. but love the one you showed us.

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    The pattern is here
    http://store.atkinsondesigns.com/sto...3&item_id=1012

    I have it in my pile of patterns. If you would like it, it's yours. Just PM me.
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    Thanks a bunch. I have this pattern and it's not the same. Wish it were.

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    what is different? I've looked and looked and it sure looks the same to me (except colors, of course).
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    Batiks always make something elevated past the pattern.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macybaby View Post
    what is different? I've looked and looked and it sure looks the same to me (except colors, of course).
    You are correct Cathy as it is the same. It just appears "different" due to the colors and the number of colors used and placement of those colors. ClairD, if you have the pattern, you are all set to sew.

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