Thursday, August 4, 2016

Lemon Pie Block & Tablerunner: Free Video Tutorial!

 
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TObP5mz-RIA
 
We love tablerunners! They're such a great way to change the look of a tablescape or room, and today we have a summery tablerunner tutorial for you: Lemon Pie.  This little beauty was made with Lori Holt's Pie Ruler - a great tool for whipping up yummy projects like this one! We even have a video tutorial to show you how to make a Lemon Pie Tablerunner of your own, so relax and enjoy! 
 

 
Wasn't that easy? This tablerunner can be customized in so many different ways, too. Kimberly used Sundrops fabric by Corey Yoder to make her Lemon Pie Tablerunner, but the sky's the limit! Here's our free, downloadable 10" Circle Template, which will help you make your Lemon Pies. Yum!
http://www.fatquartershop.com/lori-holt-8-in-pie-ruler
 
What theme or look will you choose? Fall or Autumn? A Contemporary runner? A Christmas runner? Whether you make this runner with or without buttons, it's sure to be a stunner!

Lemon Pie Tablerunner Fabric Requirements:

Background: 1 1/3 yards
5 - 14 1/2” squares

Sashing: 1/2 yard
6 - 2” x 12 1/2” strips
6 - 2” x 69 1/2” strips

Border: 3/4 yard
2 - 4 1/2” x 15 1/2” strips
2 - 4 1/2” x 77 1/2” strips

Binding: 5/8 yard
2 1/2” x WOF strips

Backing: 2 1/2 yards

5 accent buttons

Whether you sew up one block for a mini quilt or a trivet, or make the whole Lemon Pie Tablerunner you're sure to enjoy cutting, arranging, sewing and quilting. Happy Quilting! 
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TObP5mz-RIA
 

6 comments:

zhakard said...

Very nice

zhakard said...

Very nice

Cindy Worthington said...

Printed pattern possible, Kimberly? Thanks so much! Cindy Worthington

Rebecca Peters said...

Got the pie ruler in my Sampler - thanks! Is it possible to get this pattern in pdf?

Fat Quarter Shop said...

Hello ladies,

We aren't doing a pattern for this one, but hope you enjoy making the runner with the guidance of the video and the fabric requirements included in the blog post.

Happy Quilting!
FQS

amylynne said...

This is super cute!! I am thinking Christmas....can't wait!