Vintage Daydream Neighborhood – Table Runner

Hello loves! Shall we make a new table runner? Our team separated a beautiful model, very delicate and full of details. Vintage Daydream Neighborhood is another pattern you can make to make your home even more beautiful. It is also an option to sell and have an extra income at the end of the month or as a gift to that dear person. The table runner makes all the difference at the table set.

Whether for the meal or decorating the table at other times, it looks amazing and can be combined with other objects. A flower vase nearby, the placemats to match, will look amazing. This pattern is made by appliqués. The houses are cut in the colors and patterns you prefer and sewn on top of the table runner. If you don’t have much practice, don’t worry.

The seams are not difficult and you can see that the table runner has a more rustic feel and the seam is really visible. In the pattern we don’t have the template, but it’s an easy design and you can take the risk and do it directly on the fabric. For this, use markers that have washable ink. And to ensure that there won’t be any scratches that will appear on your table runner, do it on the wrong side of the fabric.

Image / Pattern / Tutorial: Flamingo Toes

Shall we talk about the materials? If you want to follow the same pattern, to make a table runner measuring 11 1/2″ x 28″, you will need:

  • White background fabric – one piece 8″ x 25″
  • Stackers – 38 pieces that are 2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ square
  • Backing fabric – one piece 13″ x 31″
  • Fusible fleece – one piece 12″ x 30″
  • Binding fabric – 2 strips 2 1/2″ x width of the fabric (wof)

Like the model but need a bigger table runner? These parts are easy to change. Increase the size of the table runner and the amount of appliqués. You can create different, more colorful, smooth houses. Mix and leave everything the way you prefer. It’s not difficult and with a little creativity, beautiful new ideas will come out there. The vintage daydream neighborhood pattern is available at Flamingo Toes. ready? Let’s quilt!

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