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Get ready for the unofficial-official opening of summer with an All-American BBQ Table Runner!

Materials Needed

  • Precut 2.5-inch quilting fabrics
  • Brother Sewing Machine: Pacesetter
  • Brother thread
  • Scissors
  • Measuring tape
  • Iron

Instructions

Tip: Iron each quilt block to align better. Step 1: Measure the table and the area you'd like to cover. Step 2: Choose the fabric combination and design the pattern. Step 3: Sew the first pattern group in segments of five. Step 4: Sew together your blocks of five to complete your table runner. Step 5: Iron your table runner flat, paying careful attention to press the seams and corners hard. Now you’ve created a BBQ table runner!
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Pamela Graham Says:
7/23/2020 7:27:35 PM

Be nice!

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Jan Says:
7/23/2020 6:45:44 PM

Certainly is fun but I would stagger the blocks so you don’t have to match seams and give it more visual interest.

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Lyn Ohlensehlen Says:
7/24/2020 1:15:21 PM

I calculate 8" x 2 1/2"--but it's in the same ballpark.

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DarlaMcWilliams Says:
7/23/2020 6:53:25 PM

I like this for other Holidays too. Question: Do you make vertical rows then sew horizontally?

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Bonnie Jessmer Says:
7/23/2020 9:27:16 PM

if you look at the third picture with the strips sewn together the one piece measures 7 inches, so it appears like they are 7 inches by 2 1/2 inches. that is what it appears.

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Janet Taylor Says:
7/23/2020 6:15:46 PM

Incomplete instructions. You could at least give an idea of how long to cut the strips from the jelly roll

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Susan Says:
7/23/2020 9:13:57 PM

Looks like the blocks are sew In groups of six, not five, based on the finished runner picture.

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Kathy. Eschenburg Says:
7/23/2020 7:59:15 PM

Love them

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Amy T. Says:
7/23/2020 9:16:03 PM

Oh this gives me ideas for my vacation home rental. I have a dresser and this gave me an idea to make one for each season and holidays to change out.

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Kim Pope Says:
7/23/2020 7:16:31 PM

Really? No cutting measurements? You can do better than this!

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Janice Says:
6/2/2020 1:59:12 AM

What a perfect touch for when we finally get together for Independence Day. So festive, so patriotic, and so much fun to make. I love it!

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Myra Snipes Says:
7/23/2020 6:15:49 PM

Wish I could stop & make this runner right now. Is there a pattern?

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