Evergreen Trees Table Topper

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I decided to make a table runner with Evergreen trees on it because…..I found the border fabric in my Christmas fabric stash and figured it was time to use it up!

I wanted a fast and easy project so I cut out a few trees with my Sizzix Big Shot. Don’t worry I have a tree I drew that you can use it.  I should have the tutorial up tomorrow so stop back.

Evergreen Trees Table Topper

I just did some stipple quilting around the trees and a much bigger stippling on the border.

Evergreen Trees Table Topper

Here is a closeup of one of the trees. If you notice a line in the background fabric that is because I had some strips of this cute ivory fabric that I really wanted to use so I just sewed them together. It is barely noticeable.

Evergreen Trees Table Topper

The size is 22 by 31.

Evergreen Trees Table Topper

I will also be giving away 6 precut Evergreen trees that you can use to make your own table runner or some other holiday gift. They already have heat n bond lite adhered to them and they are ready to use!

Evergreen Trees Table Topper
Evergreen Trees Table Topper

 

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155 Comments

  1. hey, I really like your runner…very classy. Thanks for the chance to win some trees and other goodies. Merrry Christmas.

  2. Your applique trees are a perfect Christmas present … for me. I would enjoy stitching them up on my new Jamome 12000!

  3. Love the way the trees pop off the white… and the checkboard is classic!! Love your project! Thanks for sharing in the hop!

  4. And, I am a follower through email and Bloglovin' and the old GFC, and look forward to see what you've been up to each week. Happy Holidays!

  5. I love your little trees, and I DID miss this post, but I don't understand how; I always get your emails and read every one, so I'm glad you included this reminder.

  6. Thanks for the drawing. I love your trees on the white background, looks like a snowy field. I'm still working on my stipple skills, not sure I have the right machine for it, looks great!

  7. After browsing your site and seeing all the wonderful projects ( mug rugs) 🙂 I decided I just had to follow via bloglovin!

  8. I love your table runner! I decided this year I would make table runners for gifts. But now time is getting away from me so now its mug rugs 🙂 oh well, I refuse to stress over it!

  9. Love this runner, Connie! I would keep it out all winter 🙂
    Thanks for being part of my blog hop!
    Jacquelynne

  10. Love this runner, Connie! I would keep it out all winter 🙂
    Thanks for being part of my blog hop!
    Jacquelynne

  11. Those trees are so cute you almost have me convinced that I NEED to purchase a cutter for myself, lol. I just don't know which one to choose. Thanks for the ideas.

  12. I love the trees Connie – they would be perfect for an autumn wallhanging I'm making! I look forward to the templates!!
    Thanks!

  13. I really like the precut trees in your tablerunner and the checker boarder. Merry Christmas. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

  14. The table runner is wonderful. I really like table runners. The precut trees are great. I can think of a couple things for them. Thanks for the chance to win. katztoo1 at frontier dot com

  15. You really made something that looks very complicated sound so very easy 🙂 Those trees are so pretty in the center…nice job!
    Smiles,
    Kelly

  16. I just love your runner Connie. You do such a great job on all of your work. Thanks you for the chance to win the trees. Happy Holidays!

  17. Oh! I love your Evergreen trees table runner! I would love to win your evergreens! I have some Winter Menagerie by Jason Yenter fabric that would be perfect for making a table runner. I don't think I could make those evergreens myself. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  18. Hi Connie, I love the table runner, one of my favorite borders is the checkerboard… and that border fabric is fabulous. Your work is just so darn inspiring! thanks for a chance to win a giveaway and those lovely little trees would be awesome… hmm, now where did I put that tree fabric I was stashing away?!
    Hugs,
    Beth P
    P.S. I am already a follower of your blog.

  19. just stopped by to say hello!! love your blog and will be adding you to my bloglovin followings!! You share great tutorials, and I am always looking for new things to try!! and I have the twister and have never used it yet, so I just might put that heart on my to do list!!

  20. your table runner is lovely. I love how the squares pull it all together. and your FBQ is fabulous. I am already a happy follower. Thanks for sharing. Thanks for the great give a way.

  21. Loooove your Table Runner!! Awesome trees!!!! You're very creative…..grrrreat job!! 🙂

    I already follow you thru GFC & Bloglovin…..

  22. Connie, your trees are irresistible!!! Love that table runner – like all the cute table runners you make :*) Thanks for joining in and sharing in this Hop!!!

  23. Very nice and I love the way the tree's pop out of the fabric! I love Evergreen's however beautiful they are we cannot have a tree inside for longer than a week because I am highly allergic to them when they begin to fade. These would be amazing to have this time of the year!

  24. This runner is fabulous- for some reason it reminds me of my Dad who loved evergreen trees. He would have loved to have this on his table

  25. You always make the cutest projects and this is no exception. Love how you pulled from your stash to make it and are going to use the negatives in another project. Create something pretty, use up fabric and have very little waste. That's quilting perfection and you nailed it.

  26. The trees are very nice. I love how they look on the white background and your quilting is fabulous. Now I must blog hop…..have a wonderful day.

  27. Your table runner is beautiful, Connie. I really like the border fabric. It adds a sparkle to the trees. Thank you so much for the giveaway. This would be a wonderful prize to win and I really appreciate the chance.

  28. Wow! I think I love the "leftover" part of the cutout as much if not more than the cutout! Lovely runner!! After Christmas I seriously have to learn to freemotion!

  29. I love the quilt, I am sure it will be treasured every year. Thanks for a fun giveaway too.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

  30. Love your trees!!! Both the positive and negative images are fabulous!!! Thank you for the giveaway because I am drooling after your table runner 🙂

  31. Lovely. I really like your trees. And I am a follower via Bloglovin. I think this could be multi seasonal as well.

  32. I love all of your table runners. I want to make some for myself…but first I have to find the table under all of the Christmas prep mess. Guess I will wait until Friday when the cookies have all been baked. Note: My wonderful son and future DIL are coming over to bake cookies. Maybe they can help clean up too, lol. Thanks for the chance to win!

  33. Love your runner and love the way your appliqued trees look like they were made to perfectly match your border fabric. This blog hop is great and has introduced me to some new blogs like yours. I'm now following you through Feedly.

  34. I'm not actually entering the giveaway, though I am a follower through Bloglovin'. I just stopped by to say Hi & what a lovely runner! Well done!

  35. Whoo Hoo, count me in. The runner is as cute as can be. I am a follower.

    Thanks for a chance and happy holidays to you.

  36. Cute runner! I like that it's a good one for the entire winter, not just Christmas. Your quilting lines look like snow ripples! I'm a follower and thanks for the giveaway!

  37. I I agree with QuiltingGrammy. If I read less, I'm sure my products would increase. However, right now, arthritis seems to be saying the opposite. I follow you too. I really love the border print for your runner. It turned out so beautifully. Thanks for sharing.
    Rae (nrhaller@aol.com)

  38. I I agree with QuiltingGrammy. If I read less, I'm sure my products would increase. However, right now, arthritis seems to be saying the opposite. I follow you too. I really love the border print for your runner. It turned out so beautifully. Thanks for sharing.
    Rae (nrhaller@aol.com)

  39. What a lovely runner Connie! Just perfect for this time of year, and my favorite type of trees too 🙂 Thanks for joining this fun blog hop. I'm a follower.

  40. I follow your blog every day Connie and am impressed with your output. (Maybe if I did less reading of blogs and actually got to my sewing machine………..)

  41. Wonderful runner! Love it. Thanks for the chance to win your precut trees. Great idea to use up the leftover negatives. I must keep that in mind.

  42. I love the idea of using the negative images for a project. I must remember to keep the negative parts more.
    What a great runner, thanks so much for sharing it.

  43. It is an adorable, no nonsense table runner. I love it, Connie, because it is something I could leave out all winter! And it would look right at home in my sister's log cabin house in the woods!

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