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A New Leaf Table Runner

To make the blocks appear to be straight set, alternate two background fabrics in the leaf blocks, then piece the same fabrics into hourglass units and side setting triangles. For stems, back a green print with no-sew fusible web, then rotary-cut the green print into strips with a pinking blade. Fabrics are from the Joy of Life collection by Mary Capan for Hoffman California Fabrics.

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Inspired by Autumn Breeze from designer Darlene Zimmerman of Needlings
Quilt tester: Laura Boehnke

1⁄2 yard light blue print (blocks, setting triangles)
1⁄2 yard ivory print (blocks, setting triangles)
5⁄8 yard total assorted dark prints in green, turquoise, gold, and rust (blocks)
1⁄4 yard turquoise print (inner border)
3⁄4 yard multicolor print (outer border, binding)
4x8" rectangle dark green print (stems)
27x55" batting
1-5⁄8 yards backing fabric
3x7" rectangle heavyweight fusible web
Rotary cutter with pinking blade (or pinking shears)

Finished table runner: 20-1⁄8x48-3⁄4"
Finished blocks: 3" square

Quantities are for 44/45"-wide, 100% cotton fabrics.
Measurements include 1/4" seam allowances. Sew with right sides together unless otherwise stated.

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