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September 5, 2019
Hello Fall Projects from The Cutting Table Quilt Blog - A Blog for Quilters by Quilters

The season of campfires, apple cider, pumpkin spice and everything nice is upon us! It’s also our absolute favorite to decorate for because you don’t have to stick to pastels like you would in the spring, or red and green and blue like in the winter-time. Instead, you have an entire selection of earth-y tones to choose from and an abundance of ways to use them! We can get spooky with ghouls and goblins or we can celebrate the harvest with pumpkins and gourds. Here’s a few things you may want to add to your fall project ...

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August 23, 2019
Geese Migration Table Runner from Quilting Is More Fun Than Housework

When I originally started working on my Geese Migration quilt, I had a few different layout ideas.   For the magazine publication, I ended up using an on-point design.  But one of the designs I considered was a staggered layout.



When I teach this class, I like to talk about some optional layouts, so I have been wanting to make a small sample of this layout for visual purposes.



So I whipped up four blocks and made a tablerunner.



I set the blocks in a nice gray and backed it with a fun floral that has been in my stash for ...

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August 13, 2019
Blue Scraps, Organic Quilting and a Llama from Samelia's Mum



It's been a busy couple of weeks though I can't show you what I've been working on (just yet). It's a secret project that I can hopefully divulge in September. 
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August 2, 2019
A Friday Finish from Romany Quilting

I’m so pleased that I’ve managed to get my Jingle (Christmas) Table Runner completed this week.  With the straight line quilting completed earlier in the week, the next step was to do some FMQ in the stitchery panels.  Have I ever mentioned how much I dislike doing this sort of machine quilting?  Probably because I’m not very good at this free motion business and find it a strain to do.  As you know, when we are up close and personal to our work we can see all the flaws, but now it’s finally completed, it doesn ...

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Not Just A Friendship Star - Table Runner from Samelia's Mum






Good Morning and welcome to my stop on Nancy Scott (Masterpiece Quiltins) blog hop for her Christmas Collection book. 

Nancy has created lots of sweet and festive projects in her Christmas inspired book. Projects range between small ones (like mug rugs or wall hangings) which can be finished in a few hours or a weekend, to some bigger quilts which would take a little more time to create. The patterns are well written with lots of photographs and images, which is helpful for any skill level.

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July 28, 2019
Jingle Table Runner from Romany Quilting

Sunday was certainly sewing day here today.  After Robin cooked Sunday breakfast of bacon and scrambled eggs, I did a few chores and got on with the job of finishing up my Christmas table runner top.  Santa had to gather up his reindeer while they were enjoying munching on the grass.

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The reins have now been stitched on the reindeer so Santa could control them while he goes on his merry way on Christmas Eve.

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Here are the stitcheries added to the centre section, enjoying the winter sunshine out on the patio table.  My runner turned out a little bigger ...

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July 25, 2019
Peppermint Snowman from Quilt Doodle Doodles


July is almost gone and I have been thinking about 'Christmas in July' because I know that many of you are getting a jump on your holiday stitching. I thought I would revisit one of my favorite Santa designs. This applique design is now available in my Etsy shop as an instant PDF download. Let me show you my sweet block, Peppermint Santa... I love Christmas and the whole holiday season so I drew up this whimsical Santa. I also enjoy embellishing designs with buttons and yo-yo's so I just had to include my favorite finishing touches on this ...

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Peppermint Snowman from Quilt Doodle Doodles...


July is almost gone and I have been thinking about 'Christmas in July' because I know that many of you are getting a jump on your holiday stitching. I thought I would revisit one of my favorite Santa designs. This applique design is now available in my Etsy shop as an instant PDF download. Let me show you my sweet block, Peppermint Santa... I love Christmas and the whole holiday season so I drew up this whimsical Santa. I also enjoy embellishing designs with buttons and yo-yo's so I just had to include my favorite finishing touches on this ...

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July 24, 2019
Christmas In July! from From My Carolina Home

Dig out your Christmas in July stuff, as it is only five months until the old guy comes down the chimneys!  We can get started on gifts and decorations, and maybe have something new for the season.  Today is my day on Sarah’s Christmas in July blog hop at Confessions of a Fabric Addict.  I got a bit backed up on time, so I am going to show you this runner I did in a quilt along when my blog was fairly new.  For this event, I gathered all the instructions into a free downloadable pattern pdf so you ...

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July 22, 2019
Christmas Cats In July from Made By Marney

Welcome to my 12 Days of Christmas in July web post. Thanks to Sarah Craig at Confessions of a Fabric Addict for organizing such a delightful Blog Hop. Join us from July 14 through 25 as we share clever Christmas ideas with you.

If you are at all familiar with my paper pieced designs, you know that I love designing animal images for quilts, table runners, pillows, etc. Some of my customers have been asking for paper pieced Christmas cats. I thought this would be a great time to share my newest table runner: CHRISTMAS CATS. This pattern is available ...

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Christmas Table Runner from Romany Quilting

Monday is “Roll the Dice” day and it landed on  number 6, my Christmas Table Runner.  The actual name is “Jingle Table Runner” and the pattern was a free download from Red Brolly.  I first saw this lovely design when Maria from Life on the Block wrote about it on her blog a couple of years ago. 

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The pattern

I completed the four stitcheries which go on the ends of the runner a couple of months ago, then put it away to add to my list and await the roll of the dice.  In the pattern these blocks are done ...

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July 5, 2019
Magical Moose Crossing quilted table runner, finished and on the table from Quilt Social

Today is our last day with this marvelous moose! Hope you have had fun making your own or just following along as I created moose magic with Banyan Batiks Alilah.

 

Moose Crossing Table Runner with Banyan Batiks Alilah

 

To get started you will need your backing and binding fabric. I chose a red and white Banyan Batiks Alilah for the backing and hanging sleeve and one of the fabulous orange batiks for the binding.

I wanted the binding in this table runner not to stand out, because the Moose is the star of the show.

 

Banyan Batiks Alilah fabrics in ...

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July 4, 2019
Making a moose applique realistic using Banyan Batiks Alilah! from Quilt Social

Yesterday, I showed you how to piece and quilt the maple leaf table runner. Today, I’m adding a moose head… well really just the top of his head and his majestic antlers created with Banyan Batiks Alilah!

 

Magical Moose Crossing Table Runner with Banyan Batiks Alilah, Jade colorway

 

I chose fusible applique for this project, you may use whatever method you prefer and remember the template shapes provided. Do not include a ¼” seam. Click here to download PDF.

 

Cut moose head, ears, head fluff and antlers with templates pages provided. The moose antlers are long and you’ll ...

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July 3, 2019
A background of beautiful maple leaves and simple grid quilting from Quilt Social

Yesterday I pieced eight lovely leaf blocks using Banyan Batiks Alilah and today I’ll work on the blocks that create the beautiful background and then quilt with a simple all over grid pattern.

 

Banyan Batiks Alilah make this table runner simply stunning! And it isn’t finished yet!

 

I chose to lay the blocks out in this pattern. You may arrange them as you choose as long as it ends up two squares by four squares.

The unfinished size of your table runner should be 18½” x 36½”.

 

This is the block arrangement I used in my table runner ...

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July 2, 2019
Making the leaf quilt block for the Magical Moose Crossing table runner from Quilt Social

Time to get started on the leaf blocks that were cut yesterday for the moose background. When using Banyan Batiks fabric to create the quilt blocks you’ll find that they work wonderfully. The high quality of the fabric makes sewing on the bias for the half square triangles simple and easy and pressing is a dream!

Make a total of 8 leaf blocks which will finish at 9” square. They will be set in a 2 x 4 pattern.

 

This is the block arrangement for the background.

 

For each quilt block

(1) 3½” square white

(4) 3½” HSTs

(3 ...

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July 1, 2019
Quilt Kit Giveaway Winner from Pieced Brain

Happy July everyone! In the midst of all the preparations for the Fourth of July celebrations, let's stop to congratulate the winner of the Grace quilt kit:

1 Set of 1 Unique Number
Range: From 1 to 24
Set #1
18
What a fun quilt! Great job! I follow you via IG and Bloglovin.

Jodi, I will email you soon to get your address so I can mail the quilt kit. I know you will enjoy making it and the easy machine applique' will ensure this project does not go ...

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June 29, 2019
Alilah fabric makes the Magical Moose Crossing table runner, whimsical! from Quilt Social

Hi! Tania, here again, to share with you another of my fun and whimsical applique designs! This week I’m making a magical moose table runner with a background of maple leaf blocks with Banyan Batiks Alilah fabrics. This is an ideal project to make while at a cottage this summer!

I’m using the Alilah collection of Banyan Batiks and chose fabrics from the coral and sage colorways. There are so many gorgeous colors to choose from!

This week’s awesome quilting project on QUILTsocial, the Magical Moose Crossing Table Runner with Banyan Batiks Alilah!

 

To begin your project ...

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June 26, 2019
All you need to make a moose whimsical is Banyan Batiks Alilah from Quilt Social

A moose is a moose, but as the title said, when it’s designed by the very whimsical Tania Denyer of i am ginger quilts, using Banyan Batiks newest collection Alilah, it’s sure to be another forest all together.

 

Next week’s adorable quilting project on QUILTsocial, the Magical Moose Crossing Table Runner by the whimsical, Tania Denyer, using Banyan Batiks Alilah!

 

I’m posting the material list below, so you can get the fabric and follow along with Tania next week starting July 1st! In the first post, you’ll have the cutting instructions.

The newest collection, Alilah ...

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June 20, 2019
How to Make a Herringbone Table Runner from Patchwork Posse

Learn how to make a Herringbone Table Runner using the quilt as you go technique. Simple and great for your fabric strips.

Table runners are perfect for giving your room a new look without spending a whole lot of money and time on it.  They are kind of like pillows.  They can add pops of color and design to the room pretty quick.

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For this table runner, I thought I’d take try at making a herringbone or braided design.  

No template is needed…and if you put your backing on before you start you will have a quilt as ...

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June 13, 2019
Quilt as You Go Placemats from Patchwork Posse

Quilt as you go placemats are perfect for giving this quilting technique a try.  You’ll learn how to stitch it all together so that when you are done, your quilting is done too! All that is left is binding.  

Placemats are kind of the in between of mug rugs and table runners.  Their sizes really differ and it’s up to you to determine what size you need and like. 

The good thing about making placemats with Quilt As you Go technique is you can easily and quickly add or not add!  If you think what you have is ...

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