Sugar Cookies Table Runner



Featured Fabric Collection – Patisserie by Joanna Figueroa, Fig Tree Quilts for Moda

One Moda Charm Pack -- forty 5" charm squares

3/4 yard background and binding
1/4 yard inner border
3/4 yard outer border
Marti Michell Perfect Patchwork Templates Set G - Small Hexagons Plus.



Using the large hexagon template #42 included in the Marti Michell template set and the 5" charm squares, cut out a total of 39 hexagons.
Cut four strips 2 1/4" by 42" from the background fabric. Using the large triangle template #45 from the Marti Michell template set, cut a total of 76 triangles. Sew the hexagons and the triangles together as shown below. Make four of Block A, two of Block B and thirty-three of Block C. Sew the blocks into rows as illustrated below.Sew the five hexagon rows together to create the center of the Sugar Cookies table runner.From the inner border fabric cut two strips 1 1/2" by 28", two strips 1 1/2" by 13" and two strips 1 1/2" by 14".
Sew one of the 1 1/2" by 28" strips to each side of the table runner center. Following the shape of the table runner center, trim the inner border.Sew one 1 1/2" by 13" inner border strip to one end of the table runner center and trim, following the table runner shape. Repeat this step with the opposite end of the table runner.Sew one 1 1/2" by 14" inner border strip to one end of the table runner center and trim following the table runner shape. Repeat this step with the opposite end of the table runner. From the outer border fabric cut two strips 4" by 31", two strips 4" by 19" and two strips 4" by 22". Follow the steps above to sew on and trim the outer border.
Finishes 26" by 46"
Quilt and bind!
Sugar Cookies designed by Margot, The Pattern Basket



16 comments:

Auntie Pami said...

Tres jolie! Merci.

joanna said...

Okay, I love your project! In fact, I have an extra Patisserie charm pack sitting around here that is now just screaming to make that... if only!

Nice job,

Joanna

sie tut es auch said...

MANY THANKS

PamKittyMorning said...

That could not be any cuter!

Carla said...

I almost didn't even read this because of the hexagons. I just do terrible. But you made them easy! This is a beautiful project.

PunkiePie said...

Wow. I think I need to try this!

Camille said...

Beautiful! Joanna, do you have TWO extra Patisserie Charm packs? ;-) So great!

Sachiko said...

I love your project! I am going to add this one on my to do list.

Alba said...

A really sweet way to make use of a charm pack. I just love that fabric range.

happy zombie said...

How cute... I love it! I'm soooo making one, thank you!

Catherine said...

Ooh, I love this. Thank you so much for sharing!!

Ruth said...

That is lovely!

Margot said...

Thank you so much ♥

mariebars "art " said...

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regina said...

merci pour cette bonne idée
amitiés de Régina

Richardson said...

Hi: I just stumbled across your blog tonight on a journey from Quilting by the River. I love this pattern, do you think I could convert it to English Paper Piecing?
Hugs,
Vicki R
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