Thursday, February 25, 2021

Juniper Leftovers - another pretty little runner

This pretty little scrappy quilted table runner was inspired by this Avalon Leftovers pretty little runner.

Not quite ready to put away Juniper by Kate & Birdie for Moda Fabrics, I settled on this quick scrappy quilt project that I have wanted to remake for quite some time.

For this Juniper version of a very easy and quick pretty little tablerunner quilt I used leftover charm pack squares (from this Marian Barn Quilt wall hanging quilt) sliced in half and scraps of 2.5" strips (from this Lakehouse Steps table runner quilt).

It was a lot of fun making up a quick quilt project in a couple of short of afternoons. 

Kept the quilting simple and free with some free-hand wavy walking foot quilting.
Sometimes it's fun and freeing to just do wavy quilting and not have to focus so much on keeping things straight and square for straight line walking foot quilting.

The wide border on this little quilted table runner keeps it feeling light and fresh, just what I wanted.

Sweet little quilt roll : )
Don't you just love this snow print from Juniper by Kate & Birdie?!?
She makes the best whimsical dot fabric prints. Love them every time!

Quilt stats:
Fabric: Juniper by Kate & Birdie for Moda Fabrics
Batting: Flannel (purchased extra-wide flannel at Hobby Lobby)
Size: 10" x 42"
Pattern: No quilt pattern - made it up as I went : )
(quick cut measurements - scraps 2.5" x 5", borders 3")


  1. Thank you for sharing your talents with all of us! I just found your blog today and I so appreciate it! I am not an advanced sewer but have really enjoyed making table runners, bags and aprons. I love your feels like me! Thank you so much!!!

    1. You are so very welcome! Thank you for your kind comment. My blog is my small attempt to inspire others just like so many others have inspired and taught me so much. It thrills my heart to know that someone out there enjoys what I have posted/shared. Happy quilting/sewing! : )

  2. Beautiful. I will give it a try

  3. This is absolutely adorable.

  4. I absolutely love this runner. What a great way to use up scraps and create something so lovely at the same time!

  5. Thank you so much for this pattern. I love it and going to try it!!!

  6. I am very new to quiltingvwanting to try a runner. I love this one but I don’t see a pattern. Was there one?

    1. Hi! There isn't a pattern for this little runner. The prints are pieces cut at 2.5" x 5" and the white borders on the sides are cut at 3" x width of fabric or whatever length you need to fit your runner. Simply piece the print pieces, press seams open or to one side, then attach the white side borders, press seams open or to one side. Make your quilt sandwich, quilt as desired, then bind. It's a really fun, quick project to make.

    2. Thank you for that

  7. I’m new here, but I just came to say this is THE cutest table topper I’ve seen in ages! Is there somewhere on your blog I can go to learn about wavy line quilting?

  8. Just found this precious table runner on Pinterest today. I've pulled out some Christmas fabrics and am about to put the top together. Yours is lovely.


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