Herringbone Table Runner

With Spring just waiting in the wings, now is the perfect time to revitalize your home with pops of color or a cheerful floral to welcome warmer weather. The Herringbone Table Runner done by Karin Jordan is perfectly customizable to whatever your tastes may be.

With so many conversations, tasty meals, and good times with friends and family all happening at the table, it makes sense to show it some love and attention by dressing it up. Make a table runner for every season, favorite holidays, or to match your surrounding décor.

Legacy-Herringbone-cover
Herringbone Table Runner

Materials List
— .5 meter each of eleven cotton fabrics
— Triangle of cotton fabric (cut one using template)
— One 45.7cm x 147.3cm rectangle of fabric for backing (piece if necessary)
— .25 meter of fabric for binding
— .5 meter Legacy L-FB-96 100% Natural Cotton Batting
— 50 weight Cotton thread
— Safety pins

Tools List
— Sewing machine and related supplies
— Rotary cutter and related supplies

To download a free pdf copy of the full instructions, please visit our website.

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karinjordanKarin Jordan blogs at Leigh Laurel Studios. She grew up under her architect father’s drafting table, making mini models out of the cardboard scraps that fell to the floor. At age ten she purchased her first sewing machine from a neighbor who taught her sewing basics. A former magazine editor and antique American folk art gallery director, she now loves being a blogging, stay-at-home-mom. She regularly draws upon her degree in art history for inspiration for her sewing, embroidery, craft patterns and activities with kids. Karin’s husband is remarkably patient while she does her best to balance being a full-time assistant to two children under four with her creative endeavors. Her goal? Do something creative every day.

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