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Quilt As You Go Table Runner Tutorial With Free Printable Applique

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This quilt as you go table runner is great for any time of the year. Quickly sew it and finish it in one day! Free Easter applique printable also included.

With Spring comes Easter.  This super easy quilt as you go table runner can be made in one day, and small enough to tuck away until next year.  Add a few cute Easter inspired applique, and you have a project done that can be used during the holiday.

Use your fabric stash, scraps, or even a jelly roll {you would get more than one with all those strips!}.  The back can even be pieced if you’d like to further the fabric you already have.

This quilt as you go table runner is great for any time of the year. Quickly sew it and finish it in one day! Free Easter applique printable also included. | patchwork posse #easter #quiltasyougo

Quilt as you Go Table Runner:

1)  Cut back and fusible fleece or batting to 19″ X 26″

2)  Fuse {following instructions on product} the back and fleece

3)  Starting in the center of the table runner, place the first strip- right sides facing up.  Pin in place to secure

4)  Pin the next strip to either side of the first strip –right sides facing

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5)  Sew along the edge

6)  Flip the new strip and iron

7)  Pin the next strip in place, right sides facing and sew along the edge again.

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8)  Repeat steps 4-7 until you have taken your strips to one side of the table runner.

9)  Repeat steps 4-7 until you have taken your strips to other side of the table runner.

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* You can take the time to sew additional stitches along the seams in different thread colors if you’d like.

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10)  Trim your table runner to 19″ X 26″ -some of the strips might have gone past the inital piece

11)  Bind the table runner

12)  Print applique templates.  (found in the Quilt Resource Library- instructions for access below)

Follow these instructions for using fusible heat n bond lite for applique.

13)  Sew around the shapes to secure to your new finished table runner.

This quilt as you go table runner is great for any time of the year. Quickly sew it and finish it in one day! Free Easter applique printable also included. table runner tutorial | patchwork posse #easter #quiltasyougo
easter table runner tutorial | patchwork posse #easter #quiltasyougo

WANT TO REMEMBER THIS? SAVE THE EASTER QUILT AS YOU GO TABLE RUNNER  TUTORIAL TO YOUR FAVORITE DIY PINTEREST BOARD!

Helps and Hints:

Quilt as you go tutorial

How to use fusible heat n bond for applique

How to mirror your applique printables 

free easter applique printable #easter | patchwork posse

Easter Templates Download    Get the password for the library including this free pattern!

Included in download:

small rabbit

big rabbit face with flower bow

carrot

egg shape

words:  easter, happy, bunny, hop

Along with the Easter, I have put together a quick Alphabet applique.  This is my go-to alphabet when I need something ‘said’.

Alphabets are great for using on quilts or other sewing projects.  They give them a personalize little touch- either with an initial or with a cute saying or word.

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The fantastic fabric line I used was from the Designer- Carol for Andover Fabrics.  Such fun colors and prints.  I love it! Check out more info on the line here.

8 thoughts on “Quilt As You Go Table Runner Tutorial With Free Printable Applique

  1. Claire

    This is SO cute! It feels like forever since I’ve quilted, and this looks like an awesome project to pick it back up with! Thanks for the awesome tutorial. 🙂

  2. Becky

    claire- thanks for stopping by. This is a great project to begin with again. Super simple, and very managable in size. Good luck!

  3. Sylvia

    Very cute, need to make one as a wall hanging quilt for my grandson’s!

  4. Clariece Adams

    I am interested in the led light strip or kit or whatever. I tried the website and found nothing. Will try again. That is the answer to revive my sewing machine for small projects I want to start.

  5. Karen LeDoux

    I’m fairly new to quilting ANYTHING, but this looks like a good place to start. Thanks for the tutorial!

  6. Triffie

    Love to have the pattern

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