Domestic Diva Table Runner

Posted by administrator on Friday, September 17th, 2010

Domestic Diva Table Runner Tutorial

Course instructor: Jody of pleasant-home.com

 

 

Domestic Diva Table Runner Tutoria

1.
Fussy Cut 4 1/2" squares from the Domestic Diva's fabric showing the Domestic Diva's at work . picture
I cut 8 Diva's for my Table Runner. Finished Table Runner size is approx. 10 1/2" x 73"
picture
2. 
Cut 8 - 2 1/2" Squares from the light fabrics for each Block ( = 64 light squares) Either iron the squares in half on the diagonal or mark with a pencil. (this will be your sewing line)
picture-squares dots
3.
Cut 4 - 2 1/2" x 4 1/2" rectangles from the medium/dark prints for each block. 
Also cut 4 - 2 1/2" squares from the medium/dark prints, for each block.
Sew the light 2 1/2" squares as shown to the med./drk. rectangle's, following the sewing line you either ironed in or marked with a pencil.
*picture-cupcake and block
4.
Trim leaving a 1/4" seam allowance
*picture w ruler
It will look like this. 
*picture cut
Press open.
*picture 
5.
Sew another light square to the other side as shown. Trim and press open. 
*piture
It will look like this. (you will make 4 of these).
*picture
6.
Sew the med/drk 2 1/2" squares to 2 of the rectangle pieces, as shown on the left in this photo. (one square on each end) 
*picture
7.
Sew the smaller rectangle pieces to 2 facing sides of the fussy cut square, as shown.
*picture
8.
Sew the longer rectangle pieces to the remaining two facing sides of the fussy cut square
Picture
Tah Dah! Block completed
*picture
I used one of the light fabrics as sashing for the Table Runner. Cutting 1 3/4" strips. Sew these strips in between each block and the ends, then sew the remaining strips to both sides.
I used left over fabric cut into strips and sewn together, for my backing. Quilt and Bind.
last two pictures
dd-14 (310x465)
Supplies:
1/4 yard of cream Diva Main
3/8 yard cream Diva Dot
1/4 yard green Diva Cupcakes
1/4 yard green Diva Damask
3/8 yard of cream Diva Apron for sashing and border
7/8 yard for back
1/2 yard binding
Course instructions:

1.
Fussy Cut 4 1/2" squares from the Domestic Diva's fabric showing the Domestic Diva's at work . 
Domestic Diva (396x264)
I cut 8 Diva's for my Table Runner. Finished Table Runner size is approx. 10 1/2" x 73"
2. 
Cut 8 - 2 1/2" Squares from the light fabrics for each Block ( = 64 light squares) Either iron the squares in half on the diagonal or mark with a pencil. (this will be your sewing line)
dd3 (400x248)
3.
Cut 4 - 2 1/2" x 4 1/2" rectangles from the medium/dark prints for each block. 
Also cut 4 - 2 1/2" squares from the medium/dark prints, for each block.
Sew the light 2 1/2" squares as shown to the med./drk. rectangle's, following the sewing line you either ironed in or marked with a pencil.
4.
Trim leaving a 1/4" seam allowance
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It will look like this. 
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Press open.
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5.
Sew another light square to the other side as shown. Trim and press open.
 
dd-8
It will look like this. (you will make 4 of these).
ddend3
6.
Sew the med/drk 2 1/2" squares to 2 of the rectangle pieces, as shown on the left in
this photo. (one square on each end) 
ddend1
7.
Sew the smaller rectangle pieces to 2 facing sides of the fussy cut square, as shown.
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8.
Sew the longer rectangle pieces to the remaining two facing sides of the fussy cut square
dd-11
Tah Dah! Block completed
dd-12 (399x266)
I used one of the light fabrics as sashing for the Table Runner. Cutting 1 3/4" strips. Sew these strips in between each block and the ends, then sew the remaining strips to both sides.
I used left over fabric cut into strips and sewn together, for my backing. Quilt and
Bind.
dd-13
dd-14

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Comments

  1. This is so darn cute!! Thanks for the tutorial!
    by Brenda
    January 27th, 2014 at 11:51 a.m.


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