Rose Garden Table Runner video
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Rose Garden Table Runner
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With just a bit of crazy-patch piecing, you can turn your scraps into a pretty Rose Garden Table Runner for your home. It's an ideal project for confident beginners or anyone wanting to dip into their scrap stash!

In this Learn, Make, Create! online video class brought to you by Annie's Creative Studio, quilting and sewing expert Heather Valentine of The Sewing Loft demonstrates how to make this scrap-friendly runner just in time for summer gatherings around your dining-room table.

In this online video class, you'll learn how to:
  • Choose coordinating scrap fabrics in varying shades of red and green.
  • Practice the crazy-patch piecing technique.
  • Complete the Rose Garden Table Runner.
Runner Size: 60" x 16"
Block Sizes: 6" x 6" finished and 8" x 8" finished
Number of Blocks: 6 and 4

Materials:
  • Scraps light to medium pink and red, dark red and green, and gold tonals and small prints
  • 1 fat quarter medium green tonal
  • 5/8 yard green leaf tonal
  • Backing to size
  • Batting to size
  • 1 (8" x 12") rectangle batting
  • Thread
  • Template material
  • 10 sheets foundation paper or 1/2 yard muslin
  • Basic sewing tools and supplies
Skill Level: Confident Beginner
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