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Christmas Table Runner - View 1

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

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Holiday, Casual
DianneAffholter on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Moda Charm Pack called Reindeer Games

DianneAffholter on craftsy.com

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.

DianneAffholter on craftsy.com

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

DianneAffholter on craftsy.com

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