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January 11, 2019
Triangle Table Runner Quilts | Finished or Not Friday Linky Party! from Busy Hands Quilts

Welcome to Finished {or Not!} Friday where you can share what you're working on and see what others have been making!

My Finish is two triangle table runners!  I'm still featuring finishes from last year's 70 quilts.  There just aren't enough Fridays to show them all in one year without doubling some up.  It's a good thing I took the month of December off from quilting and won't have any fresh finishes for a few weeks!


The quilts are quilted with different designs; one is a flame design, the other is diagonal plaid bias ...

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Daisy Chain fabric: how to properly bind the Magic Mushrooms table runner from Quilt Social

 

In yesterday’s post you learned how to add some simple straight line quilting to your table runner to give it a fresh and modern feel. Today you’ll learn the steps to complete your Banyan Batiks Daisy Chain project so that you may display it with pride!

 

A close up showing the front, back and binding of the Marvelous Mushroom table runner
A close up showing the front, back and binding of the Marvelous Mushroom table runner

 

Trim the table runner. Using a long ruler (6″ x 24″ if you have it) and rotary cutter, trim the edges. It should measure approximately 18″ x 36″.

Prepare the binding. I chose a lighter color from ...

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January 10, 2019
Echo and modern grid quilting: how these make Magic Mushrooms the star! from Quilt Social

 

In my last post I completed the straight line applique of the marvelous mushrooms and today I’ll finish the quilting with some simple but effective machine quilting.

After you complete the applique, press your table runner and make sure to check the back for any bunching or puckering. The beauty of using Banyan Batiks Daisy Chain fabrics is that they’re smooth and not prone to bunching or distorting, however, it’s always easier to address any problems you may have now than later!

If you’re happy with the applique stitching, you’re ready to add some modern ...

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January 9, 2019
Stitching straight line applique for instant quilting satisfaction! from Quilt Social

 

Do you have all your applique pieces ready? Check out yesterday’s post if you missed it.

To begin quilting the Magic Mushroom table runner, sandwich your table runner by placing the backing fabric on a flat surface, right side down.

Next, add your batting and smooth gently and try not to pull too much on the batting or it will become distorted.

Finally add your pieced top and fused applique top, again smoothing gently in place.

Aren’t the Banyan Batiks beautiful? I particularly love the Sun colorway of the Daisy Chain collection. This collection is shipping out in ...

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January 8, 2019
Fantastic fusible applique with HeatnBond Light from Quilt Social

 

Yesterday, I shared with you the material list and cutting information for the Magical Mushrooms table runner I’m working on this week. Did I say work? It’s all fun when using Banyan Batiks Daisy Chain fabric!!

I love fusible applique and I encourage everyone to try it! It’s quick and simple.

The advantage of using batiks for your fusible applique is that the thread content is high and allows for a crisp edge to your applique pieces.

Step 1 Trace mushroom templates onto the paper side of the fusible using a pencil.

You’ll need to cut ...

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January 7, 2019
Marvelous Mushroom Magic with Banyan Batiks Daisy Chain from Quilt Social

 

Hello!

Welcome to my first blog post with QUILTsocial. My name is Tania Denyer and I have been designing quilts for about 20 years. I love to create projects that are fun and whimsical. I hope you enjoy this pattern and please comment and ask questions… I’m happy to help out! Please share your projects on social media too… you can find me @iamgingerq on Instagram.

I’m excited to get started and show you how to make a marvelous mushroom table runner with Banyan Batiks Daisy Chain!

First things first… materials

  • ½ yd of two background fabrics (fabric ...

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January 2, 2019
A runner took off from Applique 'n Patch Quilting

2019.  Good Lord .... where did 2018 go?  It went by ever so quickly.  The year started off at a fast pace and just kept on speeding along.  Like a runner.

Well, my niece that received this table runner is a runner and has a couple marathons under her belt.  So, what better person to receive this?  It was gifted to her for Xmas 2018.

Batiks.  It is not often that I work with batik fabrics and I actually went out shopping for this runner.  Now, there are batiks in my stash .... but not many.  I'm not really a fan ...

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December 24, 2018
The secret behind sewing curves without using pins from Quilt Social

 

I’m so excited to be hosting the blog this week! I have prepared a special Christmas treat just for you to make in a day: Sewing curves without having to use pins!

 

Easy curves table runner project just in time for the Holidays
Easy curves table runner project just in time for the Holidays

 

It has been a real treat to be part of QUILTsocial this year and experimenting using the wonderful PFAFF creative icon. Did you get yours yet? I can’t believe I managed to make so many projects. I don’t think I could have done all of this without the icon and can’t decide what ...

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December 6, 2018
Making a reversible table runner using Banyan Batiks Rock City from Quilt Social

 

I have enjoyed creating designs with Rock City fabrics by Banyan Batiks this week that are coming to quilt stores this month. In yesterday’s post, I used some sterling colorway fat quarters to create checkerboard star quilt blocks. Today I’ll make the blocks into a reversible quilted table runner.

To make my runner I joined the blocks side by side and then decided to add a border.
You could also choose to make one more block and set them in pairs to make a 16 square table topper or a cushion front.

 

Three pieced checkerboard star blocks
Three pieced checkerboard star blocks

 

To ...

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November 9, 2018
African Violets table runner is a quick finish with pieced backing from Quilt Social

 

Yesterday I showed you how to use 6 fat quarters from Banyan Batiks African Violets collection in the Cornflower and Delphinium colorways along with some red Shadows fabric to create some modern Rail Fence blocks.

Now you’re ready to sew the blocks together to create your own modern table runner. Let’s get started!

  • Sew the blocks together, alternating blocks 1 and 2, to make 5 rows with 3 blocks in each row. Each row should measure 9½” x 18½”.

 

 6½" x 9½" blocks ready to be sewn together
6½” x 9½” blocks ready to be sewn together

 

 

5 rows of blocks ready to be sewn together. Remember to alternate Block 1 and Block 2.
5 rows of blocks ready to be sewn together. Remember ...

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November 8, 2018
6 Banyan Batiks fat quarters for a modern table runner from Quilt Social

 

Yesterday I showed you how to finish up your Roll & Go sewing organizer made from Banyan Batik African Violets fabric.

Today, I’ll use 6 fat quarters from Banyan Batiks African Violets collection in the Hibiscus and Delphinium colorways to create a modern “Rail Fence” table runner. I also used ½ yd of red Shadows #81300-24 for accents and binding.

Both of these new collections are available in your favorite quilt shops now!

 

Table runner with Banyan Batiks African Violets and Shadows fabric
Table runner with Banyan Batiks African Violets and Shadows fabric

 

 

These are the Banyan Batiks fat quarters used for my version of the table runner.
These are the Banyan Batiks fat quarters used for my version of the table runner.

 

Let’s ...

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October 30, 2018
Fruity Quilted Table Runner from Creatin' in the Sticks

Teaming up with other Thermoweb designers for the 
Fruit Quilt Block Sew Along
 has been so much fun! 

 Each fruit block has been exciting to make and now it’s time to put them all together into a fruity decor project.

I’m excited to show off my new table runner.


All the details and instructions are over at the Thermoweb Blog today!


I'm going to bring sunshine throughout the winter by making these ...

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October 12, 2018
Falling for You Autumn Table Runner from Needle and Foot

A couple of months ago I read about some fun table runners over at Pieceful Thoughts of My Quilting Life.  Wendy had been pattern testing for a friend and actually made two versions of the runner.  I really liked the simplicity of the pattern and immediately hopped over to Craftsy to purchase the pattern. Designed by Vicki of Vicki’s Crafts & Quilting, it is a fun pattern and a quick project.  My kind of sewing!!

So, I had the pattern and I pulled some fun autumn fabrics from my (currently very messy and unorganized) stash for the runner. I cut ...

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October 2, 2018
Make-A-List Monday - Taking Time To Breathe! from Confessions of a Fabric Addict


Hi, all!

Well, after a super busy week two weeks ago, God decided to help me take a little break - a sore back can really slow you down!  But I did get a bunch of stuff done anyway (although not everything I wanted to) so let's see how last week's list went!

1.  Assemble the furniture for the guest room and get it all set up.
Done!  Unfortunately, this was the project that took out my back and made me slow down... But doesn't it look awesome?  I've added a mattress to the top bunk now ...

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October 1, 2018
New Placemats & Table Runners from For Quilts Sake


I recently made some placemats and table runners (the shibori table runner can also be hung on the wall). They are currently in my Etsy shop (where you can also see more photos of them), and I'll have them at the Yellow Springs Open Studios on Oct 20 & 21. After that any that are left will go to Village Artisans.

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September 27, 2018
Upcycling a Vintage Caftan from Needle and Foot

This post is picture heavy and contains just a bit of sewing related info so if you aren’t in the mood, I totally understand!  As you might already know, my son and his fiancé were married on Saturday.  As the parents of the groom, we hosted a rehearsal dinner on the Friday night before the wedding. The couple wanted a Mexican dinner which we had catered by a local Mexican restaurant.  I don’t usually do this but it worked out well for us.  I had so much going on and not cooking the meal myself was so helpful ...

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NEW Pattern! Feather Your Nest Table Runner from Cut Stitch and Piece

Buy this pattern HERE I had a great summer! I finished up some UFOs and I have some beautiful new patterns to launch in the next few months. I'm sure you'll love them as much as I do. My new pattern launch for this month is my Feather Your Nest table runner pattern. I had been seeing the feather block all over the internet and had to make my own pattern for it. My method for making the

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September 7, 2018
Flip and stitch to make a marvelous mug rug from Quilt Social

 

This week we started out with 8 fat quarters from the Banyan Batiks Tie One On collection and some coordinating Banyan Batiks Ketan fabrics.

After making your table runner and/or placemats, you probably still have some strips or squares left over. Let’s make a quick mug rug or table mat and use up all those leftovers!

 

Table mat from leftover strips
Table mat from leftover strips

 

  • Start by layering a backing piece and a piece of batting. My backing was approximately 13″ x 17″ but yours will depend on the width and length of strips you have left over.

 

Layer batting and backing.
Layer batting and backing ...

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September 6, 2018
Making a quilted table runner out of a placemat pattern from Quilt Social

 

I hope you’re enjoying using your 8 fat quarters from the Banyan Batiks Tie One On fabric.

Yesterday, I showed you how to make some placemats using 5″ and 2¾” strips left over from the table runner that was made on Monday and Tuesday of this week.

 

Fat quarter-friendly placemats using Banyan Batiks Tie One On fabric
Fat quarter-friendly placemats using Banyan Batiks Tie One On fabric

 

Today you’ll see how to make another table runner, this time using placemat shapes.

 

Finished placemat table runner
Finished placemat table runner

 

Following yesterday’s instructions, make 4 or 5 more placemat tops, using 2 – 5″ strips and 7 – 2¾” squares for each placemat. Each ...

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September 5, 2018
Quilt pattern ideas for using leftover fabric, Banyan Batiks Tie One On from Quilt Social

 

Yesterday, I showed you how to finish up your fat quarter-friendly Banyan Batiks Tie On On table runner. Today you’ll see how you can use up the remaining 5″ and 2¾” strips from the fat quarters to make some placemats.

 

Finished Tie One On placemats
Finished Tie One On placemats

 

Let’s Get Started

  • Each placemat is made from 2 – 5″ strips and 7 – 2¾” squares.
  • To make 1 placemat, choose 2 different 5″ strips. Cut the strips so they’re 16¼” long.
  • Cut 7 – 2¾” squares from the remaining 2¾” strips. Choose fabrics that will contrast with your 5″ strips. You might have ...

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