This Christmas table runner is a good project for those trying to learn quilting and it is also my way of getting to know my new sewing machine. I have decided to make a project that will allow me to get to know the machine while practicing my quilting skills.
This Christmas table runner is a simple design I got from last summer trip to Eastern Europe in the lovely country of Lithuania. I saw the table runner in a shop dedicated to Santa Claus and all things Christmas. The owner of the shop was sewing a table center with a very old mechanical machine. I asked her how she made it and she was very happy to explain. She said it was an old pattern that her grandmother had taught her and so it was a common thing to sew if you are just starting at quilting.
The table runner has three flowers. I have used two different colors of fabric, golden white on one side and red on the other.
The measurement of this Christmas table runner is 41″ X 15″.
- 2 yards of quilting cotton for the primary color
- 2 yards of quilting cotton to contrast
- Light cotton cover polyester thread to match
- Lightweight batting
- 3 cover buttons on white
- Rotary cutter
- Fabric pen (Please read our detailed review of Frixion pens.)
- Sewing machine (optional)
Check the FREE Pattern and Tutorial HERE
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Thank you for the beautiful runner, I just love your fabrics and hope to try this pattern out. At the rate I am sewing it will probably be for next year. Jess