I have made this table runner 2 times and I love it! I came up with the pattern from the X’s and O’s block and when I bought summer themed fabric I just had to make a fun table runner! And best part, I wrote the pattern and it’s yours for free- in exchange of your email. I like to get to know you!

All you need is 5″ square of your themed fabric and 2.5″ squares cut from either leftover jellyroll pieces and/or scraps! I used white. :).

Make a quilt quickly over a weekend by following these steps:

  • Friday night: Cut fabric into 5″ and 2.5″ squares.
  • Saturday: Snowball corners and piece squares into rows. Cut binding strips.
  • Saturday night: Baste the quilt and use a walking foot to straight-line quilt it.
  • Sunday morning: Square up the quilt and attach the binding.
  • By dinner, the quilt can be placed on the dining table.

If you’re a quilting enthusiast, there’s nothing like a weekend project to get your creative juices flowing. The table runner pattern shared in this content is a great way to spend your weekend productively. Here are a few tips to help you get started:

  • Choose your fabric carefully: Make sure the fabric you choose complements the pattern you’re working with. The summer-themed fabric used in the example is a great choice for a table runner.
  • Get your supplies ready: Before you start, make sure you have all the supplies you need, including a rotary cutter, ruler, cutting mat, sewing machine, and thread.
  • Follow the instructions: The instructions provided in the free pattern are clear and easy to follow. Make sure you read them carefully before you begin.
  • Take your time: While this project can be completed in a weekend, it’s important to take your time and enjoy the process. Rushing through the steps could result in mistakes that could affect the final product.

Remember, quilting is a fun and rewarding hobby, and the table runner pattern provided in this content is a great way to get started. Happy sewing!

Grab this FREE pattern I’ve written for you! I hope you make one and love yours as much as I love mine.

Happy Christmas in July!

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