Hello quilting friends! Today I’m pleased to share a new table runner pattern with you, Starry Way! This charm pack friendly pattern features dancing stars making their way among mini log cabins, both of which are so easy to construct.
Starry Way would sew up beautifully with just about any fabric collection you love! I selected a charm pack of Juniper Berry by Basic Grey for Moda to give my Starry Way runner a festive holiday feel. At 40” x 20”, this is a terrific size for your table or buffet.
While I absolutely love this Juniper Berry collection, I can also see Starry Way done up in rich autumn prints or a bright, sunny collection. I’m pretty sure I’ll be making another runner sometime soon!
I need to give a virtual hug and shout out to Nancy Jolene Quilting in Danube, Minnesota. Nancy applied her free motion quilting artistry to this runner of mine, making it an absolute gem. Take a close look at all the little details. I especially love the diagonal cross hatching on the log cabins! And her swirls and feathers in the white space . . . heavenly!
I also want to thank one of my favorite Instagram quilty friends, Darlene, for her feedback on this project. If you’re reading Auntie Darlene, thank you!
Starry Way is available as a PDF digital download through my Etsy Store.
Thanks for stopping by the blog today! I hope you\’ll break open one of your favorite charm packs and give Starry Way a try. Until next time, get carried away quilting my friends!
7 thoughts on “New charm pack pattern: Starry Way”
This table runner is SO cute!
OH my, in love with your table runner. I can smell Christmas !!!!
Though I've seen this beauty on IG, I love the bigger pics and longer story behind this new pattern of yours. Love that it can be made with a charm pack. Beautiful design, Taunja!
I'm in love with this pattern!! Another beautiful project I can't wait to make… one of these days!!
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Hi Taunja- just bought this pattern. I just today finished a quilt and can't wait to get started on my next project! Thanks.
Hey Sue!! I'm so glad to hear that. Hope you enjoy it!! 🙂