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Christmas Table Runner - View 1

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Quilting Quickly II: Patterns, Techniques & Tips taught by Jenny Doan

Jenny Doan is back teaching more fun techniques using pre-cuts with advanced patterns to make rag quilts, Dresden plates, Drunkard's Path and more.

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Casual, Holiday
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What materials did you use? Moda Charm Pack called Reindeer Games

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What are you most proud of? That I accomplished the Stitch-in-the Ditch -- a few places that my stitching didn't exactly stay in the ditch but for the most part I was very pleased with the outcome.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? This is a super easy project for a beginner and goes together very quickly!

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I love your table runner. I'm thinking of doing something similar with hexagons. How did you bind the quilt together?

04/13/2012 Flag

Batting goes down first, then your backing fabric, then the table top runner (right side down). You sew all around using a 1/4" stitch leaving about a 6-8 inch opening along one end. Trim and clip corners and turn inside out. I top-stitched all around the outside and then you do stitch-in-the-ditch between each of the blocks.

04/13/2012 Flag

Really nice, what size squares did you use?

04/14/2012 Flag

5" squares

04/14/2012 Flag

So pretty.

02/01/2014 Flag

Love this pattern. Plan to start my very 1st quilting attempt in near future. I think it best to start with a table runner before advancing. Any thoughts?

03/27/2014 Flag