Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Farm to Garden Table Runner

Hi Quilty Friends! Today I'm finally sharing my Farm to Garden table runner! I've had mine finished for a few months and have been enjoying it on my dining table, but forgot to share my blog post - oops! 

I absolutely love Garden Variety fabric collection by Lella Boutique for Moda -okay - I love all of her fabric designs! The colors, sweet florals, and bees are perfect for spring!

I used the Farm to Garden Quilt Kit from Fat Quarter Shop - but instead of making a wall quilt - I chose to make table runner. I LOVE a table runner with flowers on my table! 

Let's chat how I made my Farm to Garden Table Runner  - finished size 14.5" x 52.5"

Let's start sewing!

  1. Sew (6) Farm to Garden blocks.
  2. Sew blocks together to create (1) row.
  3. Cut (3) 2" x WOF from background fabric to make 1st border around blocks. Piece together and attach around blocks.
  4. Cut (3) 2.5" x WOF from Navy floral fabric for outer border. Piece together and attach around table runner.
  5. Quilt and bind as desired.

I used my left over charm squares and background fabric to create a fun pieced backing. I actually love it so much - I'm thinking I will write it into a quilt pattern! Plus now my Farm to Garden Table Runner is reversible - yay!

Farm to Garden Kits are still available at Fat Quarter Shop and come with all the fabric you need (except I purchased extra fabric as I LOVE a striped binding) to create this fun project! Of course- it looks awesome as a wall quilt too!

Have a great day and happy sewing! 

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  1. Love your table runner - it is so bright and cheery, and reversible! Super pretty, Melanie!

  2. So pretty and I love that stripe for the binding:)


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