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    .......4 years later

    Finished at last only 4 years later 001.jpg

    I made this table runner in 2012 from a pattern, I believe was in the Christmas edition of Quiltmaker. Four years later I decided to finished the binding, was having trouble with binding the points, I finished the binding and hand sewed it down. Sorry its come out sideways, I did turn the original.

    I would love to make another one, but I know the pattern is long gone, this is a long shot, but if anyone has the pattern could you copy and send it to me, pretty please!!

    I have to start going through the large crate containing my UFO's apart from a couple of zipper bags I am doing nothing new until my UFO's are finished. I know there are at least 2 lap quilt tops in there, and I have the blocks done for our new bed quilt, I need to lay the rows out, Ohio Star on point.

    Shaaby chic cushion, Ruths pencil case. 001.jpg[ATTACH=CONFIG]136860.

    Shabby chic cushion cover, this was a sample for the quilting class, showed them how to put it together and then left them to finish it themselves.

    [/ATTACH]Shaaby chic cushion, Ruths pencil case. 002.jpg

    A zipper pouch for my niece, she was brain damaged at birth 49 years ago, she loves to colour so I have made this for her pencils/ felt tip pens, she has a thing about owls too, hence the fabric.
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    Your projects are beautiful! I don't have the pattern for the table runner, but I think we should be able to figure it out. Although I can see this one was done a little differently - I would suggest making a single block for the center and then 4 half blocks and setting them on point. (You would not be able to make a block and cut in half because it would not give you a seam allowance.) The center block is 4 flying geese units, a center square and four corner squares. Each half square would be 2 FG a triangle for the center and 3 triangles for the corners. You could measure the one you made and remember to add 1/4" for seam allowances and add 1/2" to the long edges of the half units. Hope that makes sense - good luck!

    Maybe someone else will be able to help you with the pattern.