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Table Runners with Panache

As you know I love to make projects using Moda Toweling. One of the best things to make is a table runner. So I have two new table runners to share with you today, using toweling and fabric from my Panache line.


This is the Flourish runner and the pattern can be found here.


This runner requires a length of toweling 992 340 and a charm pack. You will also need to choose some fabric for the vase. I have chosen a print from the Panache range of Cotton Slubs 12219 12.


The charm pack is enough to sew the pieced ends on the runner and also all the applique, except for the vase.


You can complete the applique using your favourite method.


The stems are stitched by hand with embroidery floss and Chain Stitch.




I have also mocked up 2 other colourways for this runner.


Both of them use a Charm Pack and some toweling. You just choose the fabrics from the charm pack that you wish to feature in the piecing at each end.










This is the Black Colourway. Toweling 992 335, vase 12219 13.


This is the Grey Colourway. Toweling 992 342, vase 12219 11.


The second new runner I have to show you is Be My Valentine.



This is a quick project, so perfect for Valentines Day. Here is the link to the pattern.

You can applique as many hearts as you like to the centre of this runner. If you don't want the pieced hearts at the end, you can leave them out. It really is up to you.


I think this runner would be perfect on a gift table at an engagement party or wedding.


Using Panache toweling 992 333, the other fabrics are all wovens from Panache. The white background fro the piecing is a Bella Solid 9900 200, Off White.








The pieced cushions an added bonus in this pattern.

The border is cut from the stripe on a toweling fabric (992 332) and mitred on the corners. To learn more about mitred corners just view my YouTube video here.


The fringing has been made using the off white Panache cotton slub (12221 11). You can learn how to do this here.


Any of my toweling table runner patterns can be used with any fabric of your choice. Select a toweling to coordinate with your regular patchwork fabrics, there are so many to choose from, I am sure you will find something to suit.


Happy sewing

Jenelle

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