Friday, April 19, 2019

~ Spring Blossoms Table Runner FREE Tutorial ~



Today I have a sweet little project to share.  Spring Blossoms Table runner was inspired by the spring flowers that are lacking from my yard.  Since the flowers are slow to bloom outside I'm making my own flower garden inside.  The flower block is a variation of my Back Porch Blooms quilt series found on the right sidebar of my blog.


This is a scrappy table runner.  I used several different fabrics from several different lines of fabric and manufacturers.


Not only is the Blossom block a variation of the Back Porch Blooms, I also change up the leaves a little.  Even with all the changes the blocks are still easy to make.  


Awe....just look how cute it looks on the desk in my office.  


So lets get to it!  The cutting list will be listed above each diagram.  All fabrics will be layered with right sides together before stitching.  All seams are 1/4".   Pressing directions are indicated with arrows on images. 
  The background, binding and backing is all white.  The estimated yardage is 2 yds.  It's estimated with overage for those little UH-OH's.

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(4) 4.5 x 3 Blue     (8) Red 4.5 x 3     (32) 1.5 x 1.5 White Background

Draw a line from corner to corner on all (32) 1.5 x 1.5 White Background.  Layer (1) 1.5 x 1.5 on both upper corners of (1) Blue 4.5 x 3.  Stitch on the drawn line.  Trim 1/4" away from the outside of the stitched line.  Press.  Repeat for all RED and Blue 4.5 x 3.



Repeat the same method of Stitch, Clip and Flip as in the previous step.  

(6) 2 x 4.5 Yellow     (8) 1.5 x 1.5 Red    (4) 1.5 x 1.5 Blue


(6) 2 x 1.5 Yellow     (3) 1.5 x 1.5 Red

Assemble (2) 2 x 1.5 Yellow with (1) 1.5 x 1.5, Press.


Assemble the two previous units as shown below, Press



(12)2 x 3 White Background     (12)2 x 1.5 White Background    (12)1.5 x 1.5 Pink

Layer and stitch together (1)2 x 1.5 and (1)1.5 x 1.5 Pink.  Press.  To this unit add (1)2 x 3 White BG as shown below.  I forgot the pressing arrow on the image.  Press to the 2 x 3 White Background.  Use the diagram to make (2) sets of (6).



 Assemble the units as show below, Press.


(8) 2 x 4.5 Green print 1     (8) 2 x 4.5 Green print 2    (32) 1.5 x 1.5 White Background

Draw a line from corner to corner of all (32) 1.5 x 1.5 White Background.  Layer and Stitch together (1) Green print 1 and (1) Green print 2.  Press to the side, it doesn't matter which way you press.  Repeat with all Green prints.  Layer (1) 1.5 x 1.5 on all corners of the green unit.  Stitch, clip and flip.  Press.




(8) 4.5 x 2.5 White Background   (8) 4.5 x 4.5 White Background  (4) 1.5 x 9.5 Green 

Assemble (1) 4.5 x 2.5 with (1) leaf unit.  Repeat with all leaf units.  Assemble (1) 4.5 x 4.5 White Background with the new leaf unit. Press. Repeat with all leaf units.  Assemble (2) leaf units with (1) 1.5 x 9.5 Green.  Use the diagram below for leaf  unit placement.  Their is (2) different leaf blocks.




Assemble the blocks as show below.  Press.




Cut (4) 3.25 x WOF White Background, sew end to end.  Cut into (2) 63.50 x 3.25 and (2) 15.5 x 3.25

Layer and Stitch (2) 63.50 x 3.25 to both long sides.  Press.


Layer and Stitch (2) 15.5 x 3.25 to each end.  Press.



Now all that is left to do is add the backing, quilt and bind!  Yeah!   

For the backing I cut (2) 22 x WOF White Background.  Remove selvages, Stitched end to end with a 1/2" seam.  Press to the side.   

The binding (4) 2.25 x WOF White Background.

If you make the Spring Blossoms table runner pattern please send me pictures, I LOVE seeing your creations with my tutorials and patterns.  You can send them to podunkpretties@gmail.com 
Thanks!




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7 comments:

  1. I love it. All of your patterns are wonderful. Thank you for the great tutorial!

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  2. Thank you! Plan to start today.
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  3. OOOh I like what those pretty blocks turned into

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  4. So pretty. I have a similar pattern but it's raw edge applique which I have since learned I don't care for. I love the pieced patterns so much more. Thank you Sew Much.

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  5. Cute runner! What program do you use for the graphics?

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  6. Thank you SO much for this pattern! Really appreciate it and also that it is free. Not everyone can afford to order from another country, you just gave us a great gift. I love it so much I'm going to use it as a border...when I get my quilt finished I'll send you a photo.

    Thank you again 💕

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