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Quilted Table Runner Tutorial

Nov 13, 2015, 9:00:19 AM / by Connie Campbell

Hi everyone! This is Connie from Freemotion By the River doing a guest post again on the AccuQuilt blog. I've got a fast and easy quilted table runner pattern for you using the AccuQuilt GO! #55338 4" Finished Drunkard's Path die. The finished size is 16" x 32".

Fabric Requirements:
1/2 yard brown
1/2 yard cream print
1/4 yard for binding
20" x 36" backing and batting

Cutting the pieces for the Drunkard's Path block is fast and easy using the die. I was able to cut out all of the pieces in less than 10 minutes! There is very little waste.

 

Drunkards Paht die

 

Cutting:
Cut 16  - brown L pieces
Cut 16 - cream L pieces
Cut 16 - brown pie pieces
Cut 16 - cream pie pieces

I put 2 layers of each color on the die and was able to cut 4 of each piece at a time.  4 passes through my AccuQuilt GO! fabric cutter.....and I was done! Your pieces will have matching notches on the curved seams. When you go to sew your pieces together, place the L shape piece on the bottom right side up and then place the pie or convex shape on top, right side down. Sew with a 1/4" seam allowance.

 

cutting the pieces

 

Make 32 Drunkard's Path blocks - 16 will have a brown center and 16 with have the cream. Press your seams.

Sew 4 of the blocks together as shown in the diagram for 8 larger blocks.

 

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Sew the blocks together in rows and then sew the 2 rows together.

 

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Layer your backing, batting and top and quilt as desired. Cut your binding fabric into 3 - 2 1/2"  strips, join together and bind your quilt. I did a large stipple quilt pattern on the brown part and some straight lines on the cream print.

 

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I hope you enjoyed this post and tutorial and be sure and stop by my blog where you will always find tutorials, patterns and other goodies! Freemotion by the River.

 

Drunkard's Path table runner

 

 

Topics: GO! Product Tutorials, Quilting, AccuQuilt GO!, GO! Drunkard's Path, place mats, quilt, table runner, tutorial

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