FREE PATTERN www.QuiltersNewsletter.com FEB/MARCH 2014 #438 ©2014 Quilters Newsletter All rights reserved. Make sure your printer is set to 100% or “no scaling” before you print your pdf. Sweetheart Quilted Table Runner By Jen Daly This Valentine’s Day, wear your heart on your table instead of your sleeve when you make this lovely quilted runner the centerpiece of your table setting. Whether you’re having a romantic dinner for two or a large get-together, your guests will feel the love. Jen Daly of Grantham, New Hampshire, designed and made the Sweetheart quilted table runner and had it quilted by Joyce Lundrigan of Plainfield, New Hampshire. ASSEMBLY 1 Wash, starch and press fabrics. Cut the patches listed in the materials and cutting box and shown in the rotary cutting diagrams. Wait to cut the foundation patches. Print 10 foundation patterns. B UNIT 1 Make 40 Fig. 1 2 Referring to Fig. 1, place a cream print B on a pink print B, right sides together. Lightly mark a diagonal line from corner to corner. Stitch a ¼˝ seam on both sides of the marked line. Cut on the marked line and press the triangles open to make 2 unit 1’s. Make 40 unit 1’s. In the same manner described above, join a red print B and a pink print B to make 2 unit 2’s. Make 24. Similarly, join a cream print B with a red print B to make 2 unit 3’s. Make 40 unit 3’s. 3 Referring to the block W diagram, join 4 unit 1’s, 2 UNIT 2 Make 24 UNIT 3 Make 40 Unit 1 unit 2’s and 6 pink print A’s as shown to make a block W. Make 6. In the same manner and referring to the block X diagram, join 4 unit 3’s, 2 unit 2’s and 6 red print A’s as shown to make a block X. Make 6. Similarly, referring to the remaining block diagrams, make 2 block Y’s and 2 block Z’s. M A T E R I AL S A N D C U T T I N G Requirements are based on 40˝ fabric width. Borders are cut crosswise and pieced and are the exact length required plus seam allowances. BLOCK SIZES: 3˝, 6˝ x 4½˝ QUILT SIZE: 21˝ x 54˝ MATERIALSYDS. CUTTING Cream Prints ½ Pink Prints L Red Prints 1J Backing 1¾ Batting 8 A, 40 B, foundation patches 2 borders 2˝ x 39½˝, 2 borders 2˝ x 15½˝, 48 A, 32 B, foundation patches 2 borders 3½˝ x 48½˝, 2 borders 3½˝ x 21½˝, 5 binding strips 2G˝ x 34˝, 48 A, 32 B, foundation patches 1 panel 25˝ x 58˝ 25˝ x 58˝ A Unit 2 BLOCK W Make 6 Unit A 3 Unit Unit 3 2 BLOCK X Make 6 Unit A 3 BLOCK Y Make 2 Unit 1 A ALSO NEEDED: foundation paper TECHNIQUES USED: machine piecing, foundation piecing, pieced borders, machine quilting BLOCK Z Make 2 Be the first to see what’s new at Quilters Newsletter. Subscribe at www.QuiltersNewsletter.com or by calling 800-477-6089 or 386-597-4387. Copyright © 2014 Creative Crafts Group, LLC. - All rights reserved. SWEETHEART TABLE RUNNER free pattern www.QuiltersNewsletter.com Feb/March 2014 #438 Page 2 of 2 ©2014 Quilters Newsletter All rights reserved. 4 On a design wall or a large, flat surface, and referring Block V Block U to the quilt assembly diagram, arrange the blocks, A’s and units as shown. Join the patches, units and blocks into rows then join the rows. 5 Join the 39½˝ borders to the sides of the quilt. Join the 15½˝ borders to the top and bottom of the quilt. 6 Referring to the block U diagram for color placement, foundation piece 5 block U’s. In the same manner and referring to the block V diagram, foundation piece 5 block V’s. Referring to the quilt assembly diagram, join 2 block V’s alternately with 3 block U’s to make a pieced border. Similarly, join 3 block V’s alternately with 2 block U’s to make a second pieced border. Join the pieced borders to the top and bottom of the quilt. A Unit Unit 1 1 Unit Unit 3 3 Block W Block X Block X Block W Block W Block X Block Y Block Z 7 Join the 48½˝ borders to the sides of the quilt. Join the 21½˝ borders to the top and bottom of the quilt. 8 Mark quilting motifs as shown or as desired. Layer the backing, batting and quilt top. Baste. Quilt the marked motifs or as desired. Bind the quilt to finish. T Block Y Block Z Block W Block X BLOCK V Make 5 Block W Block U & V Foundation Block X 5 2 Block W Foundation is the reverse of the finished unit. 4 Block X BLOCK U Make 5 A Unit Unit 3 3 Unit Unit 1 1 1 3 QUILT ASSEMBLY & PARTIAL QUILTING PLACEMENT Align arrows with lengthwise or crosswise grain of fabric. 6 7 ROTARY CUTTING Measurements include G˝ seam allowances. Align arrows with lengthwise or crosswise grain of fabric. A G˝ seam allowances 2˝ 2˝ B 2K˝ 2K˝ Be the first to see what’s new at Quilters Newsletter. Subscribe at www.QuiltersNewsletter.com or by calling 800-477-6089 or 386-597-4387. Copyright © 2014 Creative Crafts Group, LLC. - All rights reserved.
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