Folk Art Quilted Traditions Batik Table Runner

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Today begins the blog hop for Suzy Webster’s beautiful new book called Folk Art Quilted Traditions.

Folk Art Quilted Traditions Batik Table Runner

Folk Art Quilted Traditions Batik Table Runner

Suzy is a fellow Island Batik Ambassador and I was very excited to take part in this blog hop and receive a copy of her wonderful book on applique.

She has designed twelve different blocks that can be used in quilts and other projects. The Applique Batik Quilted table runner that I picked for my project is called Jeweled and is in her book on page 53.

Folk Art Quilted Traditions table runner with a basket of oranges

A couple of days ago I shared a sneak peek at my project from Folk Art Quilted Traditions and showed some of the applique that I did with my straight stitch Singer sewing machine that is 65 years old. My applique is done with a free-motion darning foot and some wiggle stitching.

Folk Art Quilted Traditions applique done on a old Singer straight stitch sewing machine

In Folk Art Quilted Traditions Suzy includes complete information on fabric, supplies, and several different types of applique you can use. All of her applique patterns are full-size also.

Folk Art Quilted Traditions Block 9

Folk Art Quilted Traditions Batik Table Runner

The block I used for my table runner was Folk Art Quilted Traditions Block 9.

If you have always wanted to try applique I would definitely recommend this book. It would be a great addition to anyone’s quilt book library. There are full-color photos and diagrams throughout the book.

Folk Art Quilted Traditions book by Suzy Webster
Island Batik Fabrics for autumn projects

Just take a look at the cover…..beautiful!The fabrics that I used for my Folk Art Quilted Traditions table runner are from Island Batik and were included in my last ambassador goodie box. This month we are to make a project for the Pumpkin FestI just had to share these cute decorations for Halloween that my neighbor gave to my daughter. She completely decorates her house inside and out for Halloween and will really enjoy these! Isn’t that the neatest candy corn! It is made from wood and would be cute on my Candy Corn table topper that I made a few years ago…….I think my daughter has that!

Applique table runner with Halloween Candy Corn
Folk Art Quilted Tradtions applique table runner with a Halloween pumpkin

How about this pumpkin…..what a sweet little hat!

Folk Art Quilted Traditions is available from Amazon.

Here is the complete list of quilters that are taking part in the Folk Art Quilted Traditions blog hop. Be sure and visit Suzy (the author) and Jennifer today and see what they are sharing!

Folk Art Quilted Traditions

Monday October 10th

Tuesday October 11th

Wednesday October 12th

Thursday October 13th

Friday October 14th

Saturday October 15th – Final Wrap-up

We will be heading to Minnesota as Saturday will be Builder Bob’s mom’s 96th birthday! We can’t wait to see her.

Folk Art Quilted Traditions Giveaway
Batik Applique Table Runner

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  1. Your tablerunner is gorgeous! The fabrics are yummy!
    I love making tablerunners, they are a great way to decorate. Plus I love Applique as well. Doing handwork is so relaxing. A book for my Christmas wish-list.

    Thanks for a chance to win! Fingers crossed ;D


  2. Love the Halloween decorations. The table runner you made from this book is beautiful. Thanks for the giveaway. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

  3. this runner is just great, I cut into my pumpkin fabrics already! You might want to double up and use this for this month’s challenge too!

  4. Wow! This is gorgeous. The color mix is particularly attractive. And again, I admire your stitching on the appliqués.
    Thank you for this giveaway. I sure would like to win! 🙂 Have a good week!

  5. Connie Dear you certainly make magic with Island Batik fabrics. Now with the applique this table runner is gorgeous! It looks so pretty with anything you add to your table. This book is pretty and looks like it has lots of possibilities for wonderful projects. Thank you for sharing and I am off to enjoy hopping.

  6. P.S. Happy birthday to Bob’s mom! My mom will be 98 next month–she’s still making quilts! Enjoy your celebration!

  7. Your runner is beautiful! Suzy’s book is on my list. i really enjoy her blog and seeing her creations. I made a candy corn topper, too, and my daughter has it as well. I think I used some of my scraps and made her some smaller mats as well.

  8. Beautiful and festive ! You always have some nice projects !!
    Glad all is well too with the weather. I am sorry if I don’t comment–most times reading at work– on posts often but want you to know I do enjoy reading. Thanks for all you share. I have taken a few ideas and ran with it !! ?

  9. Great autumn colours. This table runner would look fantastic on one of my tables. I am looking forward to seeing all the projects in this new book. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Love your table topper. I do a lot of hand applique; I think I am going to love this book. ndfromsd atgmaildotcom.

  11. That is gorgeous. … and I have a suggestion. ..
    Please do a video and show how you do the stitching. I’m not understanding the wiggle stitching. Please show

  12. Your pumpkin table runner is very nice. Love the colors you selected. Batiks are my “go-to” fabric, so versatile and beautiful!

  13. Beautiful table runner! I love everything about it – the applique design in the wonderful fall fabrics and the quilting are just perfect.

  14. Connie your use of the fabric and the pattern is beautiful! I love the way your applique looks. Thanks for sharing!

  15. Your table runner is beautiful. I love the way you used the applique colors in the pieced strips on each side. I also really like your loopy quilting design in the background. It makes the applique stand out very nicely.

    Thanks for having this giveaway.

  16. I stopped in my tracks on facebook when I saw your runner; I love thee design and colors. The applique is classy.

  17. Your table topper is beautiful! I love applique and you did a fabulous job on the pretty and so unique applique. I also did enjoy the Candy Corn and Pumpkin with the table topper, they really added pizzazz to one another. I have never been much of a Halloween decorator, yet this year on pinterest ti has been amazing and fun to discover so many ideas. Thank you for sharing and offering this great give away…I would love to win Have a fantastic creative day!

  18. What a beautiful table topper! The book looks and sounds like a wonderful reference that I would love to own. Thank you for the giveaway!

  19. I have always loved Folk Art and have wanted to try applique….this book would be the perfect combination to get me started! Please enter me in your giveaway. Thanks.

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