|Pie and Ice Cream
This paper foundation pattern includes all the copies necessary to make one table runner!This pattern had an interesting history: In 1871, Elizabeth Mathews Baxter created a beautiful and original wedding quilt for her son and his wife. Mary Ann Keathley was entranced by a photograph of this antique quilt and in 1989 created “Hidden Circles” based on that original quilt. Mary’s quilt can be found in the Leisure Arts book, Encyclopedia of Classic Quilt Patterns, published by Oxmoor House. The pattern author adapted the template pieces to foundation paper piecing and this pattern was created.
Love the timelessness of French fabric? This pattern can be made with any grouping of 5-inch squares. It includes a table runner (uses 13 to 17 5-inch squares) 12″ x 38″ and 2 shapes of place mats (uses 14 to 17 5-inch squares) 13″ x 19″. The elongated octagonal mat works great on round tables!