Earlier this week I shared one of my spring quilt retreat projects, a Charm Star wall hanging made with saved scraps from my daughter’s college graduation quilt. Today I’m sharing another small project I made with more of those treasured scraps, a Hopscotch tablerunner.
The 2 1/2” squares are set on point, which makes a striking statement, especially with these farmhouse-inspired prints. But the runner would also be darling in an array of colors, in Christmas prints, or in patriotic prints as shop owner Terri recently made!
I contemplated quilting this runner myself, as the pattern really lends itself to some simple straight-line quilting. But since Katy at Woods Edge Quilting was quilting my other two projects, I tucked in the runner for her to tackle as well. I’m so glad I did. Katy recommended a panto called Soho. I just love the flirty movement it adds to this runner. Thanks Katy!
If you are looking for a quick stash-busting project with lots of visual interest, Hopscotch is it! In fact, I’ve made several patterns designed by Terri of Sweet Treasures Quilts, and they are all top notch. Check them out when you have a chance! Thanks for stopping by!