Hexagon Table Runner




Welcome to the hexagon table runner tutorial, here you will find links to products and tools i use in my tutorials as well as the Video tutorial and more photos!

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Materials

Cotton Fabric or a Jelly Roll (precut strips)

Cotton batting or polyester batting

Step 1: cut many strips in your desired width, i chose to do 2.5″  and cut 2 different fabric prints.

2: sew the strips together in your desired pattern, i am doing them in alternating patterns.  i made a 5 strip panel.

sew two together with right sides facing with a 1/4″ seam allowance, then add next strip and so on.

step 3:  Cut out our triangles. the triangles will be cut on the 60 degree line on your cutting mat.

**WATCH THE VIDEO TUTORIAL TO LEARN HOW TO CUT OUT YOUR TRIANGLES!**

my bias binding measures 2.5″ folded in half, line up the raw edges of the bias binding with the raw edges of your hexagon.

fold fabric over the edge and top stitch your binding down.

 

 

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5 Comments

  1. Illene Tiziani

    Love your hexagon runner
    Just wondered what length strips you used
    Thank you

    Reply
    • charmedbyashley

      my strips were the length of my fabric, so i would say approx 42″

      Reply
      • Emelia Reddy

        Very good tutorial.

        Reply
  2. Linda Wasko

    Hi Ashley, I absolutely love this for a round table.. I have a question for you,, though.. in your video you’re saying to cut the triangles on a 45° angle, but it looks like maybe you’re cutting on 60°.
    I just want to verify before I cut my triangles at an incorrect angle.
    Thanks so much.

    Reply
  3. Luetta Lomond

    Love your runner. I am wondering what is the finished size. thanks

    Reply

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