Large Hot Pad Tutorial - Auntie Em's Crafts
Are you handy in the sewing room AND in the kitchen? If so, this tutorial is for you. Protect your counters and table with this large hot pad.
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“Whip it Up Quick” Table Runner + Pattern
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B5800 | Napkins, Placemats, Table Runner, Table Cloth and Flower Bowl in 3 Sizes Sewing Pattern | Butterick Patterns
Butterick Sewing Pattern B5800 Napkins, Placemats, Table Runner, Table Cloth and Flower Bowl in 3 Sizes
Twisted Log Cabin Poinsettia Table Runner Pattern Table | Etsy
Finished size 36 x 16 approx. Please note this is a paper pieced pattern not a completed item. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to send me a message. Prefer a different colour way? Check out the Frost version in my shop at
Quilting - Using just 8 fat eighths or fat quarters, you can create this lovely diamond-patterned runner. Contrast your light and dark fabrics for added interest. Learn to make square in square blocks using an easy technique, and pair them with simple strip-piecing. The finished result is equally as lovely in batiks, traditional or modern prints. Size: 17' x 42'. Skill Level: Easy - #REQ0193
Prairie Paisley Patchwork Tablerunner
Prairie Paisley Patchwork Tablerunner Size: 18 1/2" x 41" This tablerunner is a patchwork design of "Prairie Paisley" fabrics by Polly Minick & Lauri Simpson for Moda. Featuring beautiful red roses, paisley designs, and stripes, this runner is absolutely stunning. I would be proud to display this anywhere in my home and I think you would too! I used warm and natural cotton batting between the layers of fabrics and machine quilted the runner using a meandering stitch in a light gray…