Monday, May 4, 2009

Strippy Runner Tutorial

I have had many, many requests and questions about the pattern I use to make my strippy runners.
Strippy Runner
I don't have a pattern and kind of just "wing it", but I wrote a tutorial over the weekend.
You can find it here.
Please email me if you have any questions. It was kind of hard to write.
Strippy Runner
If you want to make this particular runner, I've assembled a little kit, which includes all the fabric except the backing and batting. It's in the store for $6.75.

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37 comments:

Trisha said...

I have always loved these tablerunners you make. Very nice of you to share your way of making them.

Cheryl Arkison said...

It makes sense to me - good tips for keeping it pretty straight.

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Thank you for sharing your time and expertise on this lovely table runner!

Becca said...

I am SOO excited about this! Thank you, thank you for the tutorial! :)

MichelleB said...

Love the tutorial! And the kit is a great idea.

Suzan said...

I actually made one of these this past weekend just throwing strips on a piece of muslin foundation. I didn't know what I was doing but I sure liked the way it turned out! You wrote a great tutorial!

Judy said...

Just fabulous!

Aimee said...

Very cute! Thanks for the tutorial.

Suzanne said...

Oh, I love this! The colors, the texture, all of it. I made one like this pattern too -- love the "free-for-all" feeling of it! Yours beats mine though -- love your colors!

Jodi@SimplyThisThat n.. said...

cute, cute, cute. ;o) ooxx`jodi

AJ said...

I have always liked your table runners. Thanks for the tutorial.

Kelly O. said...

you should submit this to the Moda Bake shop blog--it's great! I can't wait to try it!
Thanks for sharing.

L. Jane E. said...

So cute! What a turn out for "winging it"!

Jackie said...

I love the colors in this one, very springy!

Thimbleanna said...

Wow, where can you get a deal like that? That's a great little runner!

Ellen said...

Thanks for the tutorial! Now, if only you'll give a tutorial and some secrets to your great stippling/free motion quilting!

nicolette said...

Thanks for the tutorial!!

I’m in the middle of making some table-runners. This one looks tempting too!!

Shabby Raggy Roses said...

I just love this runner! Thanks for a brilliant tutorial, I'm going to make one today!
Best wishes,
Jenelle

jacquie said...

thanks so much for sharing this. yours are so great!

Shari said...

Hi Anina

Thanks for the tutorial. I especially liked the tip for the edge-of-the-table line-up. It's those little things that make all the difference.

Cheers! Shari

PS - love your fabrics!

Amy said...

I was so inspired that I made a runner top tonight following your tutorial and am trying to decide how to quilt it. What color thread did you use? I can't see it at all on the colored sections. Part of my dilemma is based on thread/fabric colors.

Terriaw said...

I have always loved and admired your table runner! I think I even have some of those same fabrics in the sample pictured today (Erin McMorris fabrics?). Thanks so much for sharing with us! This is another great project for me to "practice" doing my own machine quilting too.

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

What a lovely pattern - love the Park Slope fabric!

Janet said...

that's very generous of you to do the tutorial, thank you, I've never made a runner but maybe I need to, This is great for a quilt too.

Amy @ Park City Girl said...

The method to your madness look great! Thanks for sharing :)

Amy Sp said...

I couldn't resist the great price on the kit! Thanks for the instructions too.

amandajean said...

thanks for sharing your tutorial! it looks great.

Erin said...

Thanks so much for this! It looks easy enough, I'm going to attempt a few for last minute Mothers Day gifts!

Amy said...

I finished it! I really like the pattern and will try it again. I was able to get a picture today since it is no longer raining:
http://duringquiettime.blogspot.com/2009/05/strippy-runner.html
Thank you for the tutorial!

Erin said...

SO cute! Love those fabrics - I want to buy the kit but how much material should I buy for the backing and binding? :)

SewAmy said...

love this. it is so cute.

Helen said...

Another one who has always loved your strippy runners. I have just made my first and blogged it. Thanks!

Pieces said...

Thank you so much for the tutorial. I have been looking for table runner inspiration and always have loved your strippy runners. Thanks for taking the time to put the tutorial together!

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Inspirational Baby said...

Thanks for the great tutorial. I made some Christmas ones for gifts and they were so fast and easy to make and turned out really cute too!

Barbara said...

Thank you! Your strippy runner is so simple and cute. Will make a great quick gift. I think I'll applique a few flowers over it!

Tina said...

Thank you for the tutorial/pattern! I used it this past weekend and made a beautiful fall table runner. The pattern was easy to follow and so much fun. I can't wait to make more! I posted it on my blog and linked back to you.