Today I am sharing another fast and easy table runner tutorial.
It would be perfect for the holidays!This is the Winter Blues table runner featuring the 12″ GO! Qube and also the new 12″ Companion Set. This could easily be made with any of the AccuQuilt GO! Qubes and your size will just be a little smaller.
Notice the big, beautiful tree in the background – yep, I took this picture a couple days before we lost it. Can you see that our steps are tied the tree and are floating in the water? When the tree fell, the rope broke and our steps floated down river. Goodbye tree…..and steps! (Edit: this is an updated post).
12″ x 36″
Let’s get started!
GO! Cutting Dies:
- GO! Qube Mix & Match 12″ Block (55778) Dies used: #4 – 6” Quarter Square Triangle, #5 – 3″ Half Square Triangle, #8 – 3 ½” x 6 ½” Rectangle
- GO! 12″ Companion Set Angles Die used: #9 – 3″ x 6″ Chisel
- Cream – fat quarter
- Dark Blue– fat quarter
- Medium Blue – 1/2 yard (includes binding)
- Light Blue – fat quarter
- Blue print – fat quarter
- Cut 24 – Cream #5 Half Square Triangles (HST)
- Cut 6 – Dark Blue #9 Chisel
- Cut 12 – Medium Blue #4 Quarter Square Triangles (QST)
- Cut 6 – Light Blue #8 Rectangles
- Cut 6 – Medium Blue #5 Half Square Triangles
Assembly: Sew with a 1/4″ seam allowance.
Sew the cream half square triangles to the medium blue quarter square triangles following the diagram below. Make 12 of these.Sew 6 half square triangles to 6 of the dark blue chisel pieces. Look at the photo below, this is what I really, really like about the AccuQuilt Go dies! It is so fast and easy to match up sections!Add 6 of the light blue rectangles to the left side of the chisel- half square triangle unit.Make 6 of each unit.
Join both of these units as shown in the diagram below.Continue to join the units and make the blocks for the table runner.Add your batting and backing and quilt as desired. Bind your table runner.
I hope you have enjoyed the Winter Blues Table Runner
Would you be interested in making this table runner using just rotary cutting directions? Leave me a comment if you would like this.
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