FREE Holiday Island Runner Tutorial

Dec 18, 2020

Hello! Happy December! 

Last month I created a free table / island bar runner tutorial for OLFA Craft (formerly OLFA Creates) that was posted to their blog. Because there have been some changes within OLFA, that website is no longer functioning and any / all of the content is now gone. (You can read OLFA's press release here for more info)

Due to this change and the switch to OLFA Craft, my free tutorial can no longer be found online and I wanted to re-post the content here on my own blog for you to use :)


The Tutorial

This Holiday Island Runner tutorial is a simple tutorial and layer cake or yardage friendly. It can be made featuring any holiday fabrics and  you could even make two "tops" so the runner is reversible for different occasions. It's a super fast make and the perfect size for a typical kitchen island. Don't have one? You could easily do a little math to upsize or downsize this runner for any table in your home.


*Fabrics are Bonnie & Camill for MODA. Runner was long arm quilted by Megan McCord @sewcial_misfit


Lastly, I want to say that the quality of OLFA Craft remains the same and I will continue to stand by the brand during this transition. I'm still a dedicated OLFA products user and hope you will be too! Go give the brand a follow on Instagram @OLFA_craft to keep up to date.





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