'Scrap'tastic Table Runner
My kitchen table has been bare for a while now, so I decided to use those scraps to make this quilt-as-you-go table runner.
This pattern is fantastic because you can use those thin strips of fabric that your husband wants you to throw away. I was able to use scraps for the top of the table runner, two fat quarters from my stash for the back, and one fat quarter from my stash to make the binding. I made a straight, double-fold binding for this because it has straight edges (no curves which need bias binding), and used this pop of color to set off the black and white prints I adore. Start to finish, this table runner took about two hours to make, so bust out your scraps and get quilting!