Sewing a bandanna quilt makes for an easy picnic blanket or beach blanket when using ready made handkerchiefs.

Sewing a bandanna quilt makes for an easy picnic blanket or beach blanket when using ready made handkerchiefs.

Quilt I made for Quilt Sitters 2010 exhibition from images taken in Rome September 2009.

Quilt I made for Quilt Sitters 2010 exhibition from images taken in Rome September 2009.

This would be Perfect for my ISpy addicts :) Kieryn and Lonny are so competitive and now Kinley has joined them too fun!

This would be Perfect for my ISpy addicts :) Kieryn and Lonny are so competitive and now Kinley has joined them too fun!

Using 2 and a half inch strips to create an 80 inch by 80 inch quilt - Pattern by Leah Day

Using 2 and a half inch strips to create an 80 inch by 80 inch quilt - Pattern by Leah Day

Bandanna Table RunnerProvided By:    Add a cheerful touch to the summer table with this patchwork-style runner. Line up enough bandannas to fit the length of a table, leaving some overhang, and stitch together. To back the runner, cut an old cotton tablecloth (any light-colored one will do) to match its width and length. Sew together along the edges or attach with iron-on bonding. Stick with the theme and serve up one of our top rib recipes!photo credit: Wendell T. Webber

Gorgeous Summer Table Settings

Bandanna Table RunnerProvided By: Add a cheerful touch to the summer table with this patchwork-style runner. Line up enough bandannas to fit the length of a table, leaving some overhang, and stitch together. To back the runner, cut an old cotton tablecloth (any light-colored one will do) to match its width and length. Sew together along the edges or attach with iron-on bonding. Stick with the theme and serve up one of our top rib recipes!photo credit: Wendell T. Webber

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