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Sizzix Quilting Tutorial | Pinwheel Table Runner by Tina Egner

Hello there Sizzix friends, it's Tina from Emily Ann's Kloset. I am super excited to be a part of the Sizzix design team, and to share a quick and easy project with you today.

Sizzix Quilting Tutorial | Pinwheel Table Runner by Tina Egner

Here is the list of ingredients you will need:

{20} 5" scrappy charm squares
{20} 5" white or low volume charm squares
1/2 yd. yard fabric for baking
1/4 yd. for binding
quilt batting

Sizzix Quilting Tutorial | Pinwheel Table Runner by Tina Egner

Quilted table runners are such a fun way to add a little bit of homemade sweetness to your home. I use them on buffet tables, shelves, dressers, night tables and desks. You can always adjust the size to fit your needs.

Now go get your favorite charm squares, some white fabric or white charm squares and head over to your fabi Machine.....

Sizzix Quilting Tutorial | Pinwheel Table Runner by Tina Egner

You can make 2 pinwheel blocks with 6 charm squares. Four white for the background & 2 sets of coordinating fabrics for the pinwheel blades.

Sizzix Quilting Tutorial | Pinwheel Table Runner by Tina Egner

Create your Sizzix sandwich with your cutting pads, your Sizzix Bigz Die - Tesselating Pinwheel, your 8 charms and roll them through your fabi machine.

Wait until you see how fast and easy you can cut your pieces.

Sizzix Quilting Tutorial | Pinwheel Table Runner by Tina Egner

After cutting all of your pieces, lay them out on your design board to make sure you have all of your pinwheel blades facing the right direction. Create 10 pinwheel blocks.

If you have an assistant like I do.... they will check to make sure you are doing it right. #kittyquilter

Note: You don't need to do any trimming up to this point because the Sizzix fabi machine gives you such an exact cut. How nice is that?

Sizzix Quilting Tutorial | Pinwheel Table Runner by Tina Egner

Once your blocks are sewn pieced together, you will then need to trim them to 8" x 8".

Sizzix Quilting Tutorial | Pinwheel Table Runner by Tina Egner

Then piece them together in 2 rows of 5.

Sizzix Quilting Tutorial | Pinwheel Table Runner by Tina Egner

Quilt and bind using your favorite method. I quilted with a simple straight-line stitch.

Sizzix Quilting Tutorial | Pinwheel Table Runner by Tina Egner

If you need a step by step tutorial on quilt binding with lots of pictures, stop by my website and take a peek at The Daisy Cafe.

Sizzix Quilting Tutorial | Pinwheel Table Runner by Tina Egner

Helpful tip: Don't forget you can turn runners over. Choose a fabric you love for the other side and you can use your runner for a birthday party, celebration, or just change the look of your table.

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Designed and Stitched with Love,
Tina

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Other Supplies:

{20} 5" scrappy charm squares
{20} 5" white or low volume charm squares
1/2 yd. yard fabric for baking
1/4 yd. for binding
quilt batting

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