So fun to make!

Technique: Quilt
Skill Level: Easy
Electronic Download (5 pages)
Item # V355393
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Pick a half yard of your favorite fabric and add 4 shades from light to dark of a coordinating color to create this easy-to-piece runner. Can also be made using your favorite 2 1/2" strips. Make one to match your kitchen or make several to change out for each holiday. Finished size is 55" x 21" using 6 fat quarters.
Designed by Connie Ewbank for Butterfly Stitches.
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Overall rating:
3.5 out of 5
(4 reviews)

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Colorwash Table Runner Pattern

March 4, 2021

I loved this pattern and will be making it again. Quick 5 page download, no problems. Instructions are not for beginners as they were a bit difficult to navigate at first but I managed. I would suggest when sewing strips together, be very accurate with seam allowances and if using a jelly roll, cut off pinked edges to EXACTLY 2 1/2 inches before sewing. A wonderful pattern for gifting as I've had some lovely comments on my runner. It would be nice if we could post pictures with our reviews so others can see our interpretation of patterns.

Colorwash Table Runner Pattern

June 20, 2016

I'm a very seasoned quilter, but I found the instructions a bit vague. I figured it out from the picture, after assessing it for awhile, but I agree with another reviewer that only the picture was professionally done. Other diagrams were cartoonish.

Colorwash Table Runner Pattern

August 24, 2015

Love this pattern. I have made several to give as gifts, it goes together fast and looks great in any color combination.

Colorwash Table Runner Pattern

April 4, 2015

This looks like a beautiful runner and I expected a nice neat COLOR piecing diagram for instructions. The folder the pattern comes with had a nice color photo of the finished runner, but the directions are in black and white printing, assembly instructions look like hand drawn and cutting and fabric requirements are poorly laid out on the sheet. Also I see no requirements for batting. I will just rely on my own experience for piecing and sewing. I am very disappointed with the way this pattern was written.

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