Christmas Charm Mix table runner

Christmas Charm Mix Tablerunner

There is nothing better than a beautiful Christmas table runner on your coffee table, kitchen table, or on your kitchen island. If you have a Christmas charm pack, fabric scraps, or several mini charm packs, you’ll want to make this fast and easy table runner.

Christmas Charm Mix quilted table runner with Christmas tree and fireplace

I decided to make a smaller table runner that would fit our coffee table. The size is 14″ x 34″.

I never know where Mr. Mickey will be laying. As I was snapping this photo I saw him below the table and had to include him in this photo.

The great thing about table runners is that many times you can make them as big or small as you like.

Christmas Charm Mix quilted table runner with dog under table

It is fun to get my Christmas decorations out, little Santas, ornaments, and these cute little Christmas critters. We have a tall, skinny Christmas tree that doesn’t take up too much room.

Christmas Charm Mix quilted table runner

My red leather couch actually looks red today! You can even see the Log Cabin mini table runner I am using on the end table. There is one on the other side of the couch also. That is another fast and easy quilt project and tutorial.

Red leather couch by the Christmas Charm Mix table runner

Here is a little better view of the Christmas table runner.

Closeup of the Christmas table runner

The Christmas fabrics I used were leftovers from my Tis The Season table runner tutorial which I cut into 2½-inch squares. This was a perfect way to use my leftover scraps.

Tis the Season fabric Squares

I also like to use muslin on the back of my table runners and other quilt projects and save the beautiful fabrics for other things like mug rugs and wall hangings. Do you do this?

Would you like to see what this table runner looks like in other fabrics and a larger size? Here is my original Charm Mix table runner. As you can see, I made a few changes to the design.

Two different sizes of the Charm Mix table runner

Get the Free Pattern!

The Charm Mix Shortcut table runner is a free pattern that you can find here at Fat Quarter Shop. This is a fast and easy table runner to make!

Be sure and take a look at their selection of charm squares and mini charm squares!

Closeup of the Christmas Charm Mix table runner and quilting

Little mug rugs are also a perfect way to use up your quilt scraps.

Mini Charm Christmas tablerunner with Christmas coasters

If you like this table runner, be sure and check out my Tis The Season table runner and placemats tutorial!

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6 Comments

  1. Hi
    I truly enjoy your blogs and your quilt works. Thank you for sharing them with us.
    Have a blessed Christmas and Healthy 2022!

    Paulette

  2. I really like how you stacked 3 square units and 5 square units instead of zig zagging 3 square units, very pretty topper.

  3. Connie, I have enjoyed seeing all your table runners, and tutorials. Such works of art and imagination, colors and Mr Mickey. I am in the middle of making the split “Rail Fence” quilt
    Have 50 blocks made., a lot cut to be sewn together yet. Finding time right now is a challenge to joggle between Christmas decoratoins and an aging husband, Dr appointments, company coming after Christmas. Getting into my sewing room is a far off dream. I have a birthday coming up soon too, a week before Christmas. I will be 83, and still can see to sew, and not giving that up for no one. I do enjoy all your project you put out there for us. Bless you and a very Merry Christmas to you and yours.

    1. My goodness, you are busy Phyllis! I can’t wait to see your Rail Fence quilt. After the holidays you’ll be able to have time to sew, right now just enjoy the holidays!

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