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November 12, 2021
Tablerunner.....Dance in Paris from May Your Bobbin Always Be Full

Charm Square Pack

Dance in Paris

This is a lovely new line of fabric...

The charm squares are all arranged as a 

table runner...

Charm SquarePack

Feeline Good

This will be the back side of the table runner...

This little guy was lots of help !

Completed table runner:

Quilted and bound...

quilted with random wavy lines... 

Kitty fabric on the back side.

It is FUN to stitch up a table runner 

every now and then !

CLICK HERE to view all table runners

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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi

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November 11, 2021
NEW Free Pattern – Hello Birdie! from Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber

Chirp chirp! Give a little wave to the newest and cutest table topper – Hello Birdie!

Fly away with Riley Blake’s famous bluebird! Table Toppers can add pizzazz to a table, and who wouldn’t want to adorn their table (or wall or baby’s room) with cute little birds?

This bird is too cute to resist, and you can find it in three versions – appliqué, paper-pieced and traditional – on the Riley Blake Designs website.

Finishing at 40″ x 40,” Hello Birdie is a free quilt pattern designed using Hush Hush, Riley Blake Design’s latest neutral fabric collection. Hush ...

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April 12, 2021
Jolly Bar 3 Quilt Along Week 2 from In the Boondocks

Hello and Welcome to
In The Boon Docks my name is Lisa Johnson
I’ll be sewing along over the next 8 weeks to make a Tablerunner!

I want to thank the 
for letting me participate in this 
Quilt Along and being one of the bloggers

Read all about the quilt along on the 
Jolly Jabber

Today begins Week 2 of the 
You can click on the above link to get block 
dates and fabric requirements!

To do these blocks you will need the book

This weeks ...

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April 5, 2021
#MondaysWithMarcus: Spring Decor with Cindy! from Marcus Fabrics

Aren’t we all ready for spring by now? Cindy Staub of Quilt Doodle Designs shares her adorable and decidedly springlike “Coneflower” table runner project. She used prints from our COLLECTABLE CALICOS collection by Laura Berringer, and you can also dig into your stash of 1930’s prints, too. Her design features easy piecing, and has just the right amount of applique for any skill level.

DOWNLOAD the free project here!

VIEW Cindy’s VIDEO Tutorial, too!

Come back each Monday thru May 17 for another fun free project from your favorite Marcus designers. This time around, several projects will ...

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March 4, 2021
First finish for March and a shipment on the way......... from Exuberant Color

I didn't have a table cleaned off to lay the table runner on, like I ever have a table cleaned off!  It is getting its portrait taken on the design wall.  It is about 18" x 53"

This fabric that I used on the back was a long leftover piece from cutting borders and was exactly the right size.  Binding hand stitched.  

Yesterday afternoon the "fixer" at Accuquilt called me and there is a replacement die on the way to me.  Success!! (back story on the die on yesterday's post).

I made 10 more Hattie's choice blocks ...

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February 11, 2021
Are You Excited for the Jolly Bar 3 Quilt Along? from Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber

As sweet and addicting as candy, Jolly Bars are popping back up on the menu with a fresh set of fun, fast quilts! To celebrate the Jolly Bar Book Volume 3, we’re hosting the Jolly Bar 3 Quilt Along! The newest book in our Jolly Bar Book series – Volume 3 was just released last week and we are more than excited to see what you all create with it! The Jolly Bar Book Volume 3 includes 20 quilt patterns designed just for our exclusive 5″ x 10″ Jolly Bar precuts, and we have created the Jolly Bar 3 Quilt ...

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January 28, 2021
Finish #2 for 2021....... from Exuberant Color

I finished another table runner.  This one is made from die cut pieces that I had a friend cut before I had a die cutter.  It is about 14" x 41" and it is ditch quilted and has a hand finished binding.

I don't normally choose a light color for binding but I needed something that went well with the backing fabric (also a Kaffe Fassett fabric) because I thought it might be used with either side up.  The light blue Aboriginal dots was the only thing I had that went well with it.  There are blues in the ...

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January 27, 2021
First finish for 2021............ from Exuberant Color

 16.25" x 31.5" batik Double 4 Patch table runner.

I like to put a batik with a large pattern on the back of the table runners.  A nice batik stripe binding finished it off.  It took about 2.5 hours to hand stitch the binding.  I always think it is going to go faster because it is a small item but the perimeter is equal to 1/3 of the perimeter of a good size throw quilt and that usually takes about 7 hours to stitch.

I got a few strips for the bottom half of the TAW ...

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January 26, 2021
Starting small............ from Exuberant Color

It is the last week of the month so I have to finish some things.  I'm going to cut myself some slack and allow myself to count small finishes along with my larger finishes.  Previously I just listed the small pieces separately like an afterthought.  I'm not sure why I did that.  I started out with one of the tablerunners.  I think I have 4 of them to quilt.  I did ditch quilting on this one and it is ready to trim.  I plan on sewing on the binding to be ready to hand finish tonight if the ...

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September 8, 2020
New pattern: Buffalo Check Christmas Runner from Carried Away Quilting

I am a buffalo check girl. I have buffalo check pillows on our living room sofa, buffalo check napkins in the dining room, and even buffalo check curtains in the guest room. I recently debuted two new patterns, Buffalo Check Autumn and Buffalo Check Winter, which both feature this favorite motif. Today I have another fun pattern to show you, Buffalo Check Christmas Runner!

This holiday runner exudes timeless, homespun charm. Simple trees and scrappy stars rest upon a foundation of the classic buffalo check.  I laid out my new runner with some plates, napkins and simple greens.  Now I ...

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April 19, 2020
An old project............. from Exuberant Color

I might have started this project about 5 years ago when Debbie first posted her quilt and directions for the block.  At the time I pieced these 4 blocks and cut pieces for 8 more blocks.  Somehow the 2 parts got separated and I finally just sewed the 4 blocks together figuring it would be a nice table centerpiece mat.
Two days ago I found the ziploc bag with the pieces in it so yesterday I made the 8 additional blocks.

Then I sewed them together into a really long tablerunner.  The blocks finish at 9" so this will be ...

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April 13, 2020
Sunday night sewing........... from Exuberant Color

Two or three weeks ago I sewed African prints with solid 2.5" strips and pressed them and put them on a shelf.  Last night I decided to slice them into segments and sew the blocks.  I have 19 blocks here and will make some more soon.  I plan on alternating them with plain squares of large print African fabrics.
I put my 5 Spring Star blocks back up on the design wall and hope to make block #6 today.  Then I will work on the pieced sashing.

I got a good photo of the texture created by the matchstick ...

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April 12, 2020
Happy Easter!............ from Exuberant Color

Three vintage Easter postcards from my collection given to me by my grandma.  I'm not sure where she got them.  They are all addressed to Gerald Dudley, one postmarked 1908 and one 1911.  The other must have been hand delivered to him.
My indoor garden has blooms for Easter too.  The white one has more buds but the other 2 plants just have the one blossom.

I finished the hand sewing on the binding of my table runner last night, too late to have the light from the window to show the texture.  It is 15.5" x 24 ...

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March 28, 2020
A table runner for me............. from Exuberant Color

This table runner has been waiting on my cutting table for several weeks for finishing.  I originally made it for a wedding shower gift but then decided it was too busy (for anyone other than me) and made a different one with 2 matching mug rugs for the gift.  I used a fusible batting so the 3 layers were connected and it just needed quilting and binding.  It was a perfect project for yesterday morning.

The backing has coffee pots and I don't drink was originally chosen and cut when it was going to be a gift ...

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January 28, 2020
Hexagon Table Runner......#3 from May Your Bobbin Always Be Full

English Paper Pieced.....Hexagons

I enjoy a hand piecing project when we travel,

so I am putting together a 

take-a-long table runner.

After all of the paper hexagons are covered with 

fabric, I put down a white piece of fabric and

arrange the table runner...

This is my third table runner,

and I still enjoy the process.

The pieces are all arranged,

but not sewn together just yet...

I pin each hexagon to the fabric base.

They will live on this fabric until they

are hand pieced together.

The fabric will not remain under the hexagons.

Once they are all ...

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January 13, 2020
How to use the Creative Grids 60 Degree Diamond Ruler from Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber

We’re really enjoying this new gem of a ruler lately… The 60 Degree Diamond Ruler from Creative Grids! The ruler is 60 degrees of perfect and has us making sew many dazzling new patterns, we thought we’d share them with you!

Quilt Designer Krista Moser of The Quilted Life developed the 60 Degree Diamond Ruler and the 60 Degree Mini Diamond Ruler for Creative Grids to help you make sharp and accurate diamonds, hexagons and more. Krista stopped by the Fat Quarter Shop studio to deliver these rulers and show us some eye-catching patterns to quilt up with ...

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December 9, 2019
Free Jelly Roll-Friendly Tablerunner Pattern from Fat Quarter Shop's Jolly Jabber

We’re back with another Shortcut Quilt with this beginner-friendly Jelly Roll tutorial! This deceptively simple pattern is just in time for Valentine’s Day. Maybe you can even make an extra as a gift. We think these hearts are just sew sweet, you’ll want to share.

The FREE Jelly Glazed Hearts Tablerunner Pattern features instructions to make the 19.5″ x 68.5″ tablerunner top featuring the Llama Love fabric collection by Deb Strain for Moda Fabrics. We also have a new video tutorial that will give you all the tips and tricks on putting this delicious quilt ...

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October 30, 2019
Swan Dive with the Fat Quarter Shop from In the Boondocks

The Fat Quarter Shop is giving away another pattern!
(The link will take you to the Jolly Jabber blog post)You can buy a kit from them or just buy

A Jolly Bar and background fabric!

I really love these sheets they make it so easy to make 
Perfect HST’s!

It is all very easy to make!
One sheet makes 10 HST’s 
and they are perfect!
If you don’t want to use a Jolly Bar (5”x10”) then 
find a nice Layer Cake (10”x10”)
I used Anagram by ...

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