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3 - 12.5" (unfinished) blocks (I used the Quatrefoil block)
2 - 12.5" x 3.5" fabric for border
2 - 3.5" x width of fabric (at least 42.5") for border
20" x 45" piece of fabric for the back of the table runner (I don't usually have fabric leftover that measures 45" so I like to piece the back...)
19" x 44" cotton batting
4 - 2.75" x width of fabric (selvedge to selvedge) for binding.
Step 1: First we'll assemble the top. Arrange your three blocks and sew them together in a row. Then sew the 12.5" strips to both of the 12.5" long sides.
Sew the 42.5" strips to the remaining two sides.
Trim to 18.5" x 42.5"
Step 2: If you are piecing a back for the table runner, make sure you end up with a piece that is larger than the front...around 20x45.
Step 3: Assemble your layers. Stack the backing fabric right side down, a layer of quilt batting and your top right side up.
Pin and quilt as desired.
Step 4: Bind your table runner. I didn't get pictures of this step because it's the same as in the potholder tutorial. The only difference is that you'll need to sew your four binding pieces together to make one long piece before you start.
Hand or machine stitch the binding to finish.
Finished dimensions are 18.5" x 42.5" before washing.
As always, feel free to ask questions if my directions are confusing.