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Diamonds and Chevrons Table Runner

The intricate overlapping pattern of striped diamonds and triangles in this free quilted table runner pattern looks difficult, but it couldn't be easier! Piece together striped fabric, slice it into triangles, and then arrange according to color to create the Diamonds and Chevrons Table Runner.

Diamonds and Chevrons Table Runner
Diamonds and Chevrons Table Runner
This image courtesy of kayewood.com

Project Type: Make a Project

Quilt Size: 13 inches wide x 50 inches long

Time to complete: Weekend project

Primary Technique: Pieced

Difficulty Level: Easy

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MATERIALS:

  • two 2" strips from EACH of 6 different fabrics
  • Backing 1 yd.
  • Batting/fleece 13" x 55"
  • Starmaker® 8


INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Sew strips together; square off ends.
     
  2. Cut the first part of the "X" by cutting diagonally from upper left corner using the Starmaker® 8.

    Diamonds and Chevrons Table Runner
     
  3. Cut the 2nd part of the "X" by cuttingdiagonally from lower left corner using the Starmaker® 8.

    Diamonds and Chevrons Table Runner
     
  4. Cut the strips even with the ends of the diagonal lines.

    Diamonds and Chevrons Table Runner
     
  5. Use these 4 triangles (A, B, C, D) to make the table runner by following the chart.
    Triangles:
    A cut 8
    B cut 6
    C cut 8
    D cut 6

    Diamonds and Chevrons Table Runner

    Diamonds and Chevrons Table Runner
     
  6. Use an envelope finish— Pin the backing and the pieced top, right sides together. Place the batting or fleece underneath. Sew around outside edge, leaving 8" open to turn right side out.

 

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I can make this table runner in so many fabrics and colors for any dcor of my home. I also like this pattern for a bed runner, bedskirt, valance, and pillow shams.

HOW DO WE PRINT OUT THIS PATTERN ????

I copy and paste the pattern into my word processing program. It takes a few minutes to edit out extraneous stuff, but then I have a nice clean pattern, which I can print!

I don't have a starmaker, what are the dimensions of the triangles?

Just cut a true 45 degree diagonal from the top corner of the strip set, as illustrated. The size will be automatic.

Great easy ida to make diamond pattern, thanks

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