foundation paper pieced table runner w/ FQS

can i let you in on a little secret?

i recored a series of FREE videos for my friends at Fat Quarter Shop.

in one of those videos, i demonstrate how you can create your own foundation paper piece templates! and if you’re new to FPP, don’t worry, i walk you through each step!

block size: 10 1/2’’ square - table runner size: 10 1/2’’ x 30’’

1/4’’ seam allowance was used unless otherwise noted.

for this table runner, you need the following:

  • for this specific table runner, you’ll need 11 various fabric prints

  • batting, cut down to 14’’ x 34’’

  • backing, 1/2 yard, cut down to 14’’ x 34’’

  • binding, 1/4 yard, cut down to (3) 2 1/2’’ x WOF strips

  • 90/14 sewing machine needle

  • iron and other misc. sewing supplies

  • artist paper. you can find this at your local arts and crafts supply store

  • pencil

  • 12’’ square ruler

pre-cut your fabric into the following measurements:

  • 6 1/2’’ x 11 1/2’’ for your flying geese

  • 6 1/2’’ x 9’’ for the “wings”

watch the video on how to do the rest:

see, wasn’t that super easy?

be sure to check out the other videos include how to machine bind your projects.

cut, sew, repeat…

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