Ohio Table Runner

Designer: Daisi Toegel

Instagram: @daisitoegel

Website: www.flowersew.com

Shop: www.etsy.com/shop/daisiflowersew



Pattern notes:

  • Seam allowance is ¼in unless noted otherwise.
  • WOF = width of fabric: assume 42in.



Fabric Requirements:

(16 blocks + borders | 6 1/2in unf. block size)

Color A (cA) = Ohio Star


Color B (cB) = Words Gray


Color C (cC) = Flowers Gray


Color D (cD) = Ladybugs


Color E (cE) border = Stripe



2 Yd




55in x 22in


Cutting instructions:

  • Color A = Cut (2) 3 1/2in x WOF strips; sub-cut (16) 3 1/2in squares;***or see steps for fussy cutting in the ‘block construction’ step 1.
  • Color B = Cut (6) 3 1/2in squares x WOF strips; sub-cut (64) 3 1/2in x 2in rectangles.
  • Color C = Cut (2) 2in x WOF; sub-cut (32) 2in squares.
  • Color D = Cut (2) 2in x WOF; sub-cut (32) 2in squares.
  • Color E: Need 133in total = Cut (4) 3in x WOF strips; join the strips together, extra 33.5in won’t be used.
  • Binding: Cut (4) 2 1/2in x WOF strips.


  1. If you plan on fussy cutting the Color A squares (3 1/2in x 3 1/2in), align the print in the center of a 3 1/2in square ruler or larger, make sure the same inches cover all the sides of the print.
  2. Cut the right side and top, rotate and repeat the cut to trim the remaining sides.



  1. Cut (16) 3 1/2in squares in total.



4. There are (16) identical 9-patch blocks that forms the table topper. Adding a border at the end is optional.
5. First, make the 9-patch blocks, follow the chart below and make (16) identical blocks. No trimming is needed, each block measures 6 1/2in unfinished.



    1. Press all (16) blocks and sew two rows of (8) blocks.



    1. If sewing a border, use the long strip to sew and cut as you go, this way there’s no risk of stretching the fabrics and wind up having a shorter edge than what’s needed to cover the runner extension.
    2. Sew the vertical sides first, then the horizontal (top and bottom).
    3. Press the entire top, baste and quilt using the method of your choice.



    1. Bind using your preferred method.


    Congratulations!!!! What a beautiful project you’ve completed!!!