Improv Star Handmade Tablerunner - a diy project

Brooke Sellmann, quilt designer, blogger

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8 Videos (18m)
    • introduction

      0:27
    • fabric prep

      1:00
    • piecing improv star

      4:26
    • arranging fabric pieces

      4:22
    • piecing top together

      2:26
    • quilting the runner

      2:24
    • sewing on binding

      1:46
    • finished project

      0:49

About This Class

In this class we will take precut 5 inch charm squares plus a fat quarter and turn it into a fabulous improv star handmade tablerunner.

Outline for the class

Intro video

fabric prep

arranging fabric squares

sewing improv star

piece tablerunner top

quilt tablerunner

bind tablerunner

closing

There is a handout to print out with detailed instructions to go along with our class.  In each of the videos I will talk about a skill or step needed to complete the class project.  At the end of the class, you will have a finished tablerunner!

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3 of 3 students recommendSee All

Great instruction including how to press the seams for a great finished table runner.
Peggy Hazelwood

Fun and Learning Go Hand in Hand

Pretty runner and a design that could be made for any season or holiday, just by changing the fabric choice. Thanks.

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Brooke Sellmann

quilt designer, blogger

Welcome!  Fresh and Fun is the focus for Silly Mama Quilts of which I am the owner. This shop and blog was born out of a difficult time in my life when my brother passed away 7+ years ago. As a way to shower his wife and children with love, I made quilts and quilted projects. I so enjoyed working with fabrics and colors that they liked and were outside my comfort zone. I then became passionate about creating fun and fresh projects. The wide variety of fabrics and designers makes this an amazing job. I currently design projects for Melissa Ybarra/Iza Pearl Design, Tamara Kate Design, Carrie Bloomston of Such Designs, Alison Glass, Gina Martin Design.

The name for my business came from having four children who range in age from 12 to 29.  I began quilting when my oldest was two, so I have been enjoying this passion for a long time!