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Jack Leaves The Light On

October 9, 2013

Jack Leaves The Light On, $6 on Craftsy

How about a fun new Halloween-themed table runner pattern? This set is SUPER easy to piece and crazy versatile!

Just need the blocks? Use them for whatever you like!

Want a quick table runner? Piece the three blocks, add borders as shown in the pattern and you’re good to go!

 

Jack Leaves The Light On

I shared a Jack-O-Lantern block in my video yesterday and mentioned that the pattern was coming soon.

How’s this for soon?!

I originally designed this fun piece for a magazine. They passed on the pattern and it’s been collecting dust in my sewing room ever since.

Jack Leaves The Light On
Tis the season for Trick-or-Treat and what better way to decorate than a fun table runner?

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Pattern includes two, full-color 8″ block patterns and instructions to create the table runner shown above.

Jack Leaves The Light On - Vertical Option Jack Leaves The Light On - Vertical Option with added sashing
Want a wall hanging instead? Simply piece the blocks vertically! The same instructions will apply to the wall hanging shown on the left as the original table runner. Slightly more fabric will be needed for the example on the right.

Jack Leaves The Light On
How about a longer table runner? Just add more blocks! I love a little versatility!

Mustachio 2.0

Don’t miss Name That Mustache every Monday in October!

See you tomorrow for another Halloween craft blast from the past! Woo, that’s some serious rhyming!

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. Janis T permalink
    October 9, 2013 11:40

    Adorable! Love the title too!

  2. October 9, 2013 16:40

    Oh, I love this! Definitely going on my wish list. I can totally see just the candles or a different center in Christmas colors for Christmas, too. :)

    • October 9, 2013 19:46

      Thank you! It’s super fun and fast to make. Even with a break, it only took me about 3 hours. :) Now, of course, it needs quilting!

  3. October 10, 2013 21:34

    love the “flame” fabric for the pumpkin!!!

  4. October 14, 2013 17:19

    Awesome pattern Jennifer! I just love this! (All the ways you put it together!)

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