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A Well Dressed Table

Hello Friends – I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas.

I love a well dressed table! Quilted table runners add quick color and style to my small but cozy dining area.

Table runners also make great gifts. Below are a few I made for friends and family this holiday season.

Wreath Table Runner –  Easy charm pack project

  • Size – 16 x 52 inches
  • Pattern – Fons & Porter Quickly Quilting Winter 2013
  • Fabric – Kate Spain Solstice Charm Pack
  • Quilting – Random straight and radiant lines
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Solstice Wreath TR

Half Hexie Christmas Tree Runner – another easy and quick pattern by Jenny Doan with Missouri Star Quilt Company.  This tutorial will get you started!

  • Size – 19 x 50 inches
  • Pattern – MSQC Holiday Tree Runner
  • Fabric – Hobby Lobby Christmas Fabric
  • Quilting – Walking Foot – decorative Stitch
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Half Hexie Xmas TR

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Patchwork Star – Simple charm pack patchwork table runner. A single star is created within the layout using the stitch n flip (diagonal seam) method.

  • Size – 19 x 38 inches
  • Fabric – Holly’s Tree Farm by Sweetwater for Moda
  • Quilting – Walking foot – echoing seams
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Patchwork Star TR

 

Penguin Pinwheels – I believe this was my favorite table runner this month! The red and aqua is so bright and cheery and the penguins are just too cute 🙂

I used the Simple Pinwheel tutorial by Abigail Dolinger. I used yardage for my table runner, the pattern however is jelly roll friendly. This was a quick and easy  – I will definitely use this pattern again.

Size: 23 x 38 inches

 

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Penguin Pinwheel TR

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Penguin Pinwheels

I am linking with Fort Worth Fabric Studio – Fabric Frenzy. Lindsey always offers a cool fat quarter bundle with an inspiring project.

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Modern Patchwork Christmas Trees

Hello Friends — between work, visiting family and looking for a new house I haven’t had time to  chat. Usually I’m organized and plan ahead with my Christmas gift giving– not this year 😦

I finished my  Christmas hexagon table topper that I started before Thanksgiving.

Christmas Hexie TR

Christmas Hexie TR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I used fat quarters for this topper and had large scraps left over.

Christmas Hexie Scrap

Christmas Hexie Scrap

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Because of their odd shape my first inclination was to toss them out – then I had the famous “aha” moment by realizing I could cut the scraps into smaller triangles using my tri-recs ruler set.

Christmas Hexie Tri Recs

Christmas Hexie Tri Recs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One of my favorite quilt pattern/tutorials is Christa Watson’s Modern Trees. Using the tutorial as inspiration I created 4 mug rugs from the scraps.

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One gift down many more to go!

Hexie Gift Seft

Hexie Gift Seft

 

Topper : 23 inches

Mug Rug /Snack Mats : 7 x 9 inches

Fabric: Christmas bundle JoAnn Fabrics

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Gift #2

My husband’s family are big Green Bay Packer Fans. I made this wall hanging for my mother in law. Each panel was created with my embroidery machine including the quilting. I stitched the panels together added a backing, stitched in the ditch and added binding. If you have an embroidery machine and would like to make one you can purchase the Fabric Strip Trees design from Chantell’s Creations. I used the 7.8 x 11.7 inch file to create my wall-hanging.

 

I did manage to find time to make a small modern trees  wall hanging for myself!

Quilt measures 20 x 33. Fabric from my stash.

Christmas Patchwork Trees

Christmas Patchwork Trees

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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