Paradox Point Table Runner January 23 2017, 0 Comments

We just shared our second Paradox Point blocks for the quilt along and now feels like the perfect time to share this amazing table runner. Juli Kieny whipped up this table runner in a few hours using two of the Paradox Point blocks. We wanted to share a fun and easy project you can make without having to make the entire large quilt! I think these would be fun to make some festive fabrics and displayed on a table during the holidays. 

Paradox Point Table Runner

Juli made the blocks with some bright Kate Spain fabrics, a solid white for the accent and a solid periwinkle for the background. She used a 4" wide piece of fabric between the two blocks and bordered the entire runner with a 1.5" border. Juli quilted a great diamond crosshatch to finish the runner and it turned out great!

Paradox Point Table Runner

Paradox Point Table Runner

Table Runner Stats:

    • Made & Quilted by: Juli Kieny
    • Quilting: Angled crosshatch
    • Pattern: Paradox Point
    • Fabric: Assorted Kate Spain prints from Moda
    • Finished Size: Grande 60" long x 16" wide
    • Techniques: Paper-piecing

Paradox Point Table Runner

The Paradox Point pattern is available in book form here. Big thank you to Juli for making this beautiful runner! If you make this or any other Sassafras Lane project, we would love to see it! Send us photos, post them to our Flickr group or use our #sassafraslane hashtag on Instagram!