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Metallic Starry Night- Table Runner

Project by Michelle Roberts AKA CreativeBlonde


This table runner can be adjusted depending on the length of your table, by adding or removing a star block.


Size: Approx. 45” x 8”


Begin by cutting your fabric pieces to make the stars

  • (8) 2 ½ x 2 ½” squares from star fabric

  • (8) 2 ½ x 2 ½” squares from white/gold fabric

  • (8) 2 ½ x 2 ½” squares from firework fabric

  • (24) 2 ½ x 2 ½” squares from white solid fabric

  • (8) 3” x 3” squares from star fabric

  • (8) 3” x 3” squares from white/gold fabric

  • (8) 3” x 3” squares from fireworks fabric

  • (24) 3” x 3” squares from white solid fabric


Let’s start making a star

Begin by taking a 3” square in star fabric and lay RST with a 3” white solid piece, mark a line across the diagonal, and sew ¼” either side of the line. Cut along the marked line. Press open, and trim to measure 2 ½” x 2 ½” (making sure the diagonal line is centred)

See photos below for step by step instructions



We can now begin to construct the star, using our new blocks and the original 2 ½” blocks we cut out.

See photos below for placement



Continue to make as 6 stars in total.


Trim each star block to 8 ¼” square.


Join them together using ¼” seam allowance.



We can now go ahead and fuse the Vlieseline x50 batting to the top runner, measuring 48” x 10”.


Cut your backing to measure 48” x 10”, I chose a solid black fabric.


Quilt your table runner, using your preferred method, I chose simple diagonal lines to achieve a patchwork effect.



Trim away excess backing fabric and wadding.


Join your binding RST to the front edge, and complete the table runner with hand sewn stitches to the reverse.



To see more from Michelle, follow her on Instagram @creativeblondegifts, Facebook and don't forget to check out her website!


Made by Michelle Roberts for The Craft Cotton Co 2022.





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