Primitive Patchwork Table- Runner

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My newest sewing project-23x55 Table Runner.
Made from 60 9-Patch Blocks.
I alternated white cotton 2 squares with 2 scrappy squares.
I sorted through my scraps matching them into sets of five.
Alternating the white squares with the scraps, I made a total of 60 blocks.
I sewed them into a rectangle of 5 squares x 12 squares. Then layered the quilt top with battin & backing fabric.
I just did the simple stitch in the ditch quilting.
I pieced the backing using the small floral binding print & a cream-colored cotton.
This picture is with my favorite Rooster Salt & Peppers.
My newest sewing project-23x55 Table Runner.

My newest sewing project-23"x55" Table Runner.

One thing that all people who sew have in common is fabric scraps!  I'm always looking for projects that put them to good use.  Which is why I love patchwork, there are so many possiblities.  I just finished this scrappy, 9-Patch table runner, and I'm very proud of it!  I made 2" scrap squares into 9-Patch Blocks, a total of 60 blocks.


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