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Easy Triangles Table Runner

In each diagonal row of this table runner, triangles alternate between soft stripes and heathered solids in the Colorweaves collection from Marcus Fabrics. Points of the equilateral triangles will match up perfectly, making stitching a breeze.

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Cut pieces in the following order. Make templates of patterns A, B, and C (download project pdf for templates).

The diagonal rows of this quilt consist of alternating stripe and solid triangles. To duplicate this look, arrange your fabrics in pairs of stripes and solids before cutting.

Combine rotary cutting and templates for quick, accurate A triangles. First rotary-cut 4x42" strips, then use the A template to cut A triangles across the fabric width (Cutting Diagram).

After cutting triangles for a row, organize them in a resealable bag marked with the corresponding row number.

Row 1:
1 solid Pattern A
1 solid Pattern C
1 stripe Pattern B

Row 2:
3 solid Pattern A
1 solid Pattern C
2 stripe Pattern A
1 stripe Pattern B

Row 3:
5 solid Pattern A
4 stripe Pattern A
1 stripe Pattern B

Rows 4–10 each:
5 solid Pattern A
5 stripe Pattern A

Row 11:
4 solid Pattern A
1 solid Pattern B
5 stripe Pattern A

Row 12:
2 solid Pattern A
1 solid Pattern B
3 stripe Pattern A
1 stripe Pattern C

Row 13:
1 solid Pattern B
1 stripe Pattern A
1 stripe Pattern C

From solid blue, cut:
4—2-1/2x42" strips for border

4—2-1/2x42" binding strips 

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