Created by: Pam Sews
Project

Tablerunner

What are you most proud of? getting the perfect piece to learn with: I got to practice so many designs and loved the snowflakes. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Audrey chose to line the gifts up in a row, but for a tablerunner you might consider turning every-other-one around so that people all around the table get a gift facing them. Munnich also had a snowflake pattern which was a long collection of snowflakes all in one - so it might have been easier to stitch that down the upper and lower edges and make smaller gifts in the center. (well, easier for the quilter.)

You Can Make This

Pam Sews made Tablerunner with:

  • Longarm quilting machine
  • threads

Project Description

What are you most proud of? getting the perfect piece to learn with: I got to practice so many designs and loved the snowflakes. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Audrey chose to line the gifts up in a row, but for a tablerunner you might consider turning every-other-one around so that people all around the table get a gift facing them. Munnich also had a snowflake pattern which was a long collection of snowflakes all in one - so it might have been easier to stitch that down the upper and lower edges and make smaller gifts in the center. (well, easier for the quilter.)

Q&A with Pam Sews

ConnieofHH asked:
Just beautiful! Great idea for a first time project! For a "guinea pig" project on your new longarm the snowflakes were pretty ambitious!
Pam Sews answered:
haha! But I didn't KNOW that when I started! Thanks-
Kati R asked:
So pretty, I love the idea!
Pam Sews answered:
thanks! The fabric was so cute, and Audrey was so excited to be making it.
desna asked:
This is gorgeous and pam your quilting is superb!!!! Very impressive.
Pam Sews answered:
Thanks!! love the new longarm quilter.

Skill Level

Intermediate