Home for the Holidays Tablerunner Tutorial

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Would you like to make a beautiful, fast and easy table runner? This is my Home for the Holidays tablerunner tutorial. I hope you enjoy it!

Christmas Home for the Holidays table runner on bench

Fast and Easy Table Runner Tutorial

The beautiful Christmas collection I’m working was called Peace on Earth by Ro Gregg from Fabri-Quilt. The dark green border I used is from the Fabri-Quilt Leather collection. I am sure it is no longer available.

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The size of the table runner is 19″ x 43″

Christmas Fabrics used for table runner

Materials:

  • 1/3 yard Christmas print
  • 1/3 yard cream print
  • 1/3 yard light green print
  • 1/2 yard dark green
  • 2/3 yard backing

Cutting:

Cream print:
cut one – 5 1/2″ WOF (width of fabric) strip
sub-cut – three – 5 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ squares
cut two – 2 1/4″ WOF (width of fabric) strips
sub-cut – 24 – 2 1/4″ x 2 1/4″ squares

Light green print:
cut two – 2 1/4″ WOF (width of fabric) strips
sub-cut – 24 – 2 1/4″ x 2 1/4″ squares
cut three – 1 1/2″ WOF (width of fabric) strips for first border
sub-cut – 2 – 1 1/2″ x 12 1/2″ pieces
sub-cut – 2 – 1 1/2″ x 38 1/2″ pieces

Christmas print:
cut two – 5 1/2″ WOF (width of fabric) strips
sub-cut 12 – 4″ x 5 1/2″ rectangles

Dark Green Border:
cut three – 3″ – WOF (width of fabric) strips
sub-cut 2 – 3″ x 19 1/2″ pieces
sub-cut 2 – 3″ x 38 1/2″ pieces

Dark Green Binding:
cut three – 2 1/2″ WOF (width of fabric) strips

Make the Table Runner:

Use a 1/4″ seam allowance for the entire project and press to the darkest fabric.

Sew the 2 1/4″ squares together as shown below. Make 12 groups.

working on the quilt blocks

Follow the diagram below to put your blocks together.

Home for the Holidays quilt block diagram

Sew the rows together.

Home for the Holidays quilt block sections

You will make three blocks for the table runner.  They are 12 1/2″ square unfinished.

Home for the Holidays finished quilt block

Join the three blocks together.

Home for the Holidays table runner block diagrams

Border 1

Always measure your piece before cutting borders, if your size is a little different than mine, then adjust to fit yours.

  • Light Green – cut (2) 1½” x 12½” and sew to the sides
  • Light Green – cut (2) 1½” x 38½” and sew to the top and bottom

Border 2

For the final border add the pieces to the top and bottom first (this ensures your fabric will be wide enough for the border).

  • Dark Green – cut (2) 3″ x 38½” and sew to the top and bottom
  • Dark Green – cut (2) 3″ x 19½” and sew to the sides
Home for the Holidays table runner with borders

Add your batting and backing and quilt as desired. Use the 2 1/2″ strips of dark green for the binding. Sew the binding on by machine using my machine binding tutorial.

Home for the Holidays table runner finished

Enjoy your new table runner for the holidays! Placemats are another great way to decorate for the holidays and I have several tutorials for you.

Home for the Holidays Table Runner Tutorial

Download the free PDF of the Holidays Table Runner tutorial

Home for the Holidays closeup of the quilting

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232 Comments

  1. Connie,
    Thank you so much for sharing this beautiful runner pattern with us. I purchased several of your Christmas runners and mats patterns during your sale for holiday patterns. I’m getting ready to start some toppers and mats and will use many of these to construct.
    Should have started earlier, but seem to work better under pressure!
    Sending many blessings.

  2. Jacqueline says:

    This one is a keeper – beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Pretty runner. Thank you.

  4. Jennifer Finn says:

    love the table runner

  5. I am not a quilter however my Sister in Law is supposed to teach me after Christmas! I'm excited to learn!

  6. Last year I made a hand quilted wall quilt for Christmas, and this year I made a ton of hand quilted ohio star ornaments. I've made stockings to give away, and I'm also in the process of making a tree skirt, probably will finish it by next Christmas. sarah@forrussia.org

  7. Diane Beavers says:

    I've commend on the Inspired by Fabric Blog hop on several dates.
    What a tremendous amount of inspiration….thank you also for partaking.

  8. Diane Beavers says:

    Hi Connie, it's nice to meet you.
    Indeed I've made many quilted Christmas items, 2 table runners, 4 mug rugs, 12 fabric baskets and counting, and a partridge in a pear tree (just kidding:).
    I've thoroughly enjoyed this Blog Hop.

    schimmel(dot)db(at)gmail(dot)com

  9. Mammamayor says:

    I have never quilted before ,there is a quilt store near me and they always beautiful ,natbelinsky@verizon.net

  10. I didn't make a single Christmas gift this year! Lots of thoughts of quilted items to make, but no time to make any of them!

  11. I've left a comment on Inspired by Fabric. And thank you for this table runner pattern, I was looking for something to do in the last week before Christmas… What a challenge! Mmob23(at)gmail-.-com

  12. Sheila Ivany says:

    I have made a few Christmas decorations this year. I look forward to making this table runner . The fabric is gorgeous . Thank you for a chance to win . Merry Christmas .

  13. Yes I have made a few things this Christmas, one recipient just got their floor toy play mat that I quilted.

  14. Frederique says:

    I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric!

  15. I went to the "Inspired by Fabric" website, and saw your tutorial on making the table runner. Left a comment for you there. Thank you for the tutorial as well as the pretty fabric give-away!

  16. Frederique says:

    Beautiful table runner, great tuto!
    I made a christmas quilt

  17. I just finished making three quilted wall hangings for friends, with a pattern called "Silent Night" by Nancy Halvorsen. They turned out real cute. Your fabric bundle is beautiful, and would make many wonderful Christmas presents! Thank you for the give-away!

  18. Visting inspired by fabric was an inspiration indeed. Left comment too!
    Dian gdavidhoffmanatyahoo.com

  19. Not much quilting or sewing hapening here this year. The weather has been so nice instead of the usual snow and cold that I spent lots of time outdoors doing things with the Grands. Hosting a party for 120 famiy members on Dec. 20 so my mind is full of ideas along with food preparation. We are on a 7 year rotation so next year I will be a "guest" with an uncluttered mind. It really is a wonderful family event with 2 meals and lots of social events for the young children especially.

    I do love the line of fabric and it would be great for next years projects.
    dian gdavidhoffmanatyahoodotcom

  20. I also left a comment on your tutorial at Inspired.

  21. I have made lots of Christmas items through the years. My latest was a Folded Facets Christmas tree, a wall hanging. Others are mug rugs, a charity quilt, and other wall hangings

  22. I visited Inspired By Fabrics and left a comment on your tute too!

  23. This makes me feel like I could actually whip up a table runner in time for Christmas. Love the fabrics you chose Connie!

  24. Beautiful fabrics! Euh no, nothing special for Christmas this year :-/

  25. Visited Inspired by Fabrics and left a comment on one of the other great Xmas tutorials.

  26. Great runner and tutorial. I have made a few Christmas quilts and a tree skirt is on my to-do list.

  27. This year, I made a Christmas table runner that I love. My manger scene is now sitting on it. I also made pillowcases and pillow covers for my brother. In addition, I made a journal cover (paper-pieced front) for my sister. Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

  28. KaliaContiki says:

    I've actually gotten a lot of Christmas sewing done. I did new stockings for my folks and husband, since we spend Christmas morning together and my husbands stocking never matched ours. I also did some mug rugs for the girls at the office and a little tree skirt for my super skinny apartment sized tree! But that means I've used up all my Christmas fabrics 🙁

  29. grammajudyb says:

    Visited Inspired by Fabrics. Love the fat little tree pillow and the snowflake tablerunner. Of course yours, is absolutely gorgeous too!

  30. grammajudyb says:

    Last year I made several quilted Christmas items. This year I have been embroidering dishtowels.I love the fabric by Ro Gregg. Gorgeous!

  31. Visited Inspired by Fabric and left a comment.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

  32. I have made quilted Christmas bibs for my grandson. This fabric is beautiful.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

  33. barbara woods says:

    follow inspired by fabric

  34. barbara woods says:

    working on a Christmas table runner.

  35. Rhonda D. says:

    I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric.

  36. Rhonda D. says:

    I have made quilted fabrics Christmas post cards, crazy quilt ornaments, table runners, mug rugs and throws. Thanks for the chance to win!

  37. Beautiful colours. Thanks for sharing

  38. Lorie Bugaiski says:

    Left a comment!

  39. Lorie Bugaiski says:

    Love your runner! I have made a couple of table runner for the holidays

  40. Jeanne Brown says:

    I made Christmas coasters this year.

  41. I left a comment! Thanks!

  42. All of your projects are lovely. Thank you for the inspiration, and the giveaway.

  43. Yes I have made a tree skirt, wall hanging, table mat and a table runner – What I really want to make is a quilt – next on the list for sure

  44. Alla Larkin says:

    Yes! I visited "Inspired by fabric", follow them. Interesting Blog!

  45. Alla Larkin says:

    Yes! I love Christmas time and I love Christmas handmade! And yes, I made quilted Advent calendar and more Christmas Stockings.

  46. I so enjoy Christmas although I was not able to do all the projects I wanted to due to illness. My sole project will be a wallhanging for my Dear Husband. I enjoy your patterns and tutorials. Thanks for all you do for us.

  47. forgot to put the fact that I visited the site in another comment. Would sure love to win the beautiful fabric. Thanks again.

  48. Yes I did go and leave a comment on their site. Loved your tutorial. I will go back and copy it. You could use that pattern all during the year! I made a few mug rugs this year. Now I am working on a fabric book of animals for my Great Granddaughter. Thanks again for the wonderful runner.

  49. Nancy in IN says:

    I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric! and got the tablerunner pattern. Thanks

  50. Nancy in IN says:

    I made over 30 quilted postcards to send to friends.

  51. Quiltsmiles says:

    WOW! Another wonderful project and this one hopefully I can get to around the Holidays.
    Merry Christmas!!!
    and thank you for all you share and do to inspire all of your followers.
    I did also share the love at inspired by fabric for the home for the Holiday tour showcasing Ro Gregg's beautiful fabric line.

  52. valerie cantrell says:

    Beautiful table runner and beautiful fabrics!

    Louise Young
    floridafly@hotmail.com
    (sorry, I'm sending via my daughter's gmail account)

  53. Nancy Lewis says:

    I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric's site. Love the tablerunner!!

  54. Nancy Lewis says:

    I have made a mug rug, and a small lap quilt for a family gift. Love quilting!!

  55. I commented on Inspired by Fabric. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

  56. Your runner is beautiful. I'm always looking for wAys to use my Accuquilt GO cutter. I mAde two runners for Christmas, one for me and one for my sister. Cross hAtch quilter, and on both ends I embroidered Christmas designs.
    Susan in NE PA
    Susie.galasso@gmail.com

  57. Your runner is beautiful. Thank you for the tutorial. I made a quilted table cloth to us this Christmas. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

  58. Daryl @ Patchouli Moon Studio says:

    I designed and made my sister a table runner for her family and mailed it to her the day before Thanksgiving so she could open it early and use it now. I will post that one on my blog today. I also knit little mittens in red yarn for the gift tag. I made a snowman out of a sock that I gave to someone, as well as a felt mitten ornament. That's what I made with a Christmas theme.
    Your table runner looks like a fun and simple one to stitch up in any fabric.

  59. I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric

  60. I made several Christmas pillows this year and one Christmas tree quilt. Using up that stash . . .

  61. Siouxzq64@gmail.com says:

    I haven't made any Christmas items this year, but in the past….Gorgeous fabric.

  62. Stitchin At Home says:

    I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric

  63. Stitchin At Home says:

    I am going to have to get busy and make some cheery Christmas things. I love the fabrics and thanks for the tutorial.

  64. I commented on Inspired by fabric!

  65. I made two pillow case covers using traditional Dresden pattern and login cabin quilt. I made a comment on Inspired by fabric site. Love your beautiful table runner and its worth trying.Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!!

  66. Pretty table runner! I am in the process of making quilted placemats for my family.

  67. Quilting Babcia says:

    That is a very pretty runner and the fabric is gorgeous. I've made quilted Christmas stockings and this year just finished binding a set of quilted placemats for a Christmas gift.

  68. i follow on blog lovin'. i made quilted zip pouches for all the women on my gift list.

  69. GranChris says:

    I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric! Your runner is very nice.

  70. GranChris says:

    I made 6 quilts for Christmas and one runner hanging over my mantle. Yes I was crazy.

  71. Debbie -- Sheltered Stitches says:

    Yes m'am as I was told, I left a message at the blog of Inspired by Fabric

  72. Debbie -- Sheltered Stitches says:

    Ha.. I made almost too many 🙂 so yes.. the list is long from gifts to charity things.. enjoyed every stitch of it too 🙂

  73. I have made 2 small quilts, one was a mini. Finished up some placemats from last year when I ran out of time. Hope to get some Christmas quilts done next year. How's that for optimism?
    Love the fabric and the chance to win.

  74. quiltmom anna says:

    I have not made a Christmas quilt this year but have made other things over the last few years- just not much time this year to quilt. I love Ro Gregg's designs and Northcott fabrics.
    Thanks for the chance to win such a nice bundle of fabrics.
    Regards from Alberta, Canada,
    Anna

  75. I made some Christmas quilts a few years ago but nothing since. I did drag out some Christmas fabic and made envelopes (no quilting!) for my sofa throw cushions as they looked really out of place on the Christmas quilt. I still hope to make a couple of your cute boxes and maybe I'll do those with Christmas fabric.

  76. SewDoUQuilt says:

    I commented on Inspired by Fabric. jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

  77. SewDoUQuilt says:

    I am making 5 of your fabric baskets (18 inch square 3 inch sides), table runners and a small quilt. jarvenpa1ne at gmail dot com

  78. Kathy Felsted Usher says:

    I visited Inspired by Fabric and also linked to the full line of fabric. I left a comments saying I really liked the panel and apron too.

  79. Kathy Felsted Usher says:

    I made my mom one of the quilted boxes using dachshund fabric inside and pink for the corners that fold outward. She lost her little dog a year or so ago and misses her.

  80. I made 10 gift card/money holders that look like gift wrapped packages. Giving money is so much easier than shopping. The recipient can buy what they want when the prices are reduced after Christmas. Thanks for the chance to win.

  81. I left a blog comment.

  82. I visited Inspired By Fabrics blog and wrote a comment about your table runner and tutorial. love it!

  83. Connie, I am in the process of quilting a table runner now! I used the Drunkard's Path template and used Christmas fabrics. I also appliqued red poinsettias that I cut out of another fabric. It's turning out very pretty! I'm hoping to finish it tomorrow!

  84. I visited Inspired by Fabric and commented on your pretty tutorial! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  85. I made a paper pieced table topper for my brother and his wife. A santa in a snow globe.

  86. I have quilted 5 pillows, a pot holder and a tea cozy for Christmas

  87. On Inspired Fabric, I left a comment on day 5
    Lori

  88. I left a comment on Inspired By Fabric. Beautiful table runner and easy to make. I made skinny quilt as you go braid table runners several years ago.

  89. Lisa Marie says:

    I left a comment at Inspired by Fabric. Great tutorial, thanks!

  90. Lisa Marie says:

    Yes, I've made lots of quilted Christmas things over the years. This year I've made a wall hanging and a table runner and a pillow. They all have reindeer on them, but are from a couple different patterns. I hadn't thought about that until now — I guess I'm all about reindeer this year!

  91. Carole @ From My Carolina Home says:

    I have made a bunch of Christmas things this year, including your pinwheel pattern in Christmas colors. Plus I decided to do a quick Christmas quilt for the guest bed before MIL got here, finished in 9 days.

  92. I left a comment on Inspired by Fabrics Blog hop post.

  93. I usually make ornaments for christmas. Those are not often quilted. I usually work with felt and small pieces of cloth.

  94. morfusers1@aol.com says:

    Hello again….I visited the blog you suggested…left a comment and I have to do the present pillow..love it! Thank you!
    ,

  95. morfusers1@aol.com says:

    Merry Christmas Connie….I have quilted two wall hangings…working on another to gift…thank you!

  96. I left a comment at Inspired by Fabric blog.

  97. I have sewn many gifts this year but did not make many quilted items. Love the fabric and your table runner. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  98. Joyce Carter says:

    I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric's blog.

  99. Joyce Carter says:

    Your runner is very beautiful. Thanks for the tutorial. I have a lot of things cut out to make, but didn't get the chance due to my husband having emergency surgery.

  100. I'm working on a Christmas pillow, hoping to finish soon.

  101. I posted a comment on Inspired by Fabric. Thanks again.

  102. I made some mini-stockings as Christmas gifts for my co-workers & volunteers. Handed them out this evening at our Christmas party; they liked them. Thanks.

  103. Right now I am working on a mini quilt for my table top quilt hanger. Thanks for the chance to win!

  104. I left a comment at inspired by fabric

  105. Connie, I made six quilts for the Salvation Army angels and even one for my grandson

  106. Deal.licious Real Food Debby says:

    Left a comment on Inspired by Fabric. 🙂

    determineddebby at gmail dot com

  107. Deal.licious Real Food Debby says:

    This is my first Christmas since starting this sewing adventure. I made two pillows yesterday and bought fabric to make a Christmas quilt, but have not finished it yet.

    determineddebby at gmail dot com

  108. I left a comment at Inspired by Fabric's blog!

  109. I have a beautiful tree skirt that I made in a log cabin style…just love it. Thanks for sharing the giveaway!

  110. Thank you for the tutorial at Inspired by Fabric – I left a comment there. Very pretty!

  111. free indeed says:

    I left a comment. and updated my email on this account. Man! I"ve been using an outdated email for a year on here…yikes. I may have missed opportunities in the past 🙁

  112. I haven't made any quilted Christmas items, but I did make some Christmas pillow cases.

  113. free indeed says:

    I haven't this year, but I have done a few wallhangings in the past. For next Christmas I want to make runners for all my married children…that'll be 4 by then 🙂

  114. I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric.

  115. Your runner is lovely. I actually just finished a table runner for a Christmas gift. I'm also making about 30 fabric trays for party favors.

  116. Left a comment at Inspired by Fabric. Now, back to quilting.

  117. Your runner is simply beautiful. I finished up a Christmas throw earlier this year, and am currently quilting on another.

  118. Cheryl Hammond says:

    Thanks for hosting the great giveaway. This year I actually made 5 holiday runners & toppers for our new home.

  119. I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric's Blog. Thank you for sharing the Tutorial too! 🙂

  120. Have not made any Christmas themed things this year…but AM making assorted gifts. 🙂 Your Runner is Beautiful!! Thanks for chance to win your Give-a-way!

    MERRY CHRISTMAS BLESSINGS!!!

  121. Visited Inspired by fabric – will be a follower!

  122. Cynthia Knapp says:

    I just left a message on the "Inspired by Fabric" website. Thanks for the chance to win. cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

  123. I made 2 Christmas runners, a mug tool holder, and a paper pieced wallhanging.

  124. I visited Inspired by Fabric and left a comment.

  125. Cynthia Knapp says:

    I have made some log cabin Santa ornaments. Thanks for the chance to enter the drawing. cknapp3626(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

  126. I made Christmas runners last year for my mom and sister.

  127. sue viall says:

    I made my Christmas cards,,quilted,,,woot woot

  128. Love your fabric designs

  129. Love your fabric designs

  130. Teckla Buller says:

    Beautiful fabrics! And I see several projects I'd like to try. I commented on Inspired by Fabric, too. So glad I stumbled onto this site! I'm looking forward to following your blog. Thank you so much!

  131. Yes, I did visit inspired by fabric and left a comment. Isn't that bundle of christmas fabric so nice!

  132. This fabric line is just gorgeous and your completed runner shows it off. I have made a mini runner from Christmas print scraps. The finished blocks are 2 3/4, so end up 2 1/4 inch when all is done. I enjoyed it, but these fabrics need something larger to show it off!

  133. Love your fabric designs

  134. I have been making 2. quilted Table runners
    and really enjoying this small project
    fancyandpoor@yahoo dot com

  135. I commented on Inspired by Fabric, one of my favorite fabric company blogs! Thanks for sharing your tutorial.

  136. Pauline Perry says:

    I have made six Christmas cushions so far and had a ball doing it. I also made some table toppers for friends using Christmas fabric from my stash – which is quite low now!
    Thanks for your lovely giveaway opportunity.
    Oh and I left a comment to say that I had visited Inspired by Fabric and that I loved the cushions for CHristmas but I forgot to say that I did leave a comment there too.
    Pauline
    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

  137. I've made several table toppers, grocery bag holders, and stockings for family and friends. Your runner looks to be easy enough to get a couple made before Christmas. Thanks!

  138. Pauline Perry says:

    I visited Inspired by Fabric and saw all of the gorgeous cushions to make for CHristmas which I will make too. The table runner is awesome.
    Pauline
    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

  139. Vicki in MN says:

    I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric blog.

  140. Vicki in MN says:

    I didn't quilt it but just got Grandson #2's stocking made. And then I didn't get a pic of it before I sent it home with them.

  141. yes, i did go visit at Inspired by Fabric and left a comment.

  142. oh dear, I haven't made any Christmas themed items at all this year. I do plan a gingerbread house, but that doesn't fit in the sewing realm at all.

  143. Connie Cain says:

    Love the tablerunner. I need to make one for my table. I also need a tree skirt. 🙂 I have made Christmas potholders with scrap batting.
    craftyccain@gmail.com

  144. Gloria Cotten says:

    I made a comment on INspired by Fabric.

  145. Gloria Cotten says:

    Love your table runner! I made a Christmas throw quilt this year.

  146. Jacqueline says:

    The fabrics are gorgeous, thanks for a chance. I have made a queen size quilt, table topper and a pin cushion as gifts.

  147. scottylover says:

    I left a comment on the Inspired by Fabric blog, too!
    Sandy A
    scotty4me39 (at) yahoo.com

  148. scottylover says:

    This year I haven't made any quilty gifts, but in the past I have made table runners, a couch quilt, mantle cover, pot holders, and oven mitts.

    Sandy A

  149. teachpany says:

    Commented on Inspired by Fabric's blog. Thanks.

  150. teachpany says:

    What a beautiful bundle, and great project. I've made most of my Christmas decorating things, like runners, stockings, a wallhanging, and a quilt. I enjoy it. I've also given some as gifts.

  151. Finishing a couple stockings, and have made placemats, and 2 quilts.

  152. GranChris says:

    Great fabric and I love the runner. I just finished my last of 6 quilts and the runner is hung over my mantle so I did OK this year.

  153. Happy Cottage Quilter says:

    I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric. Thanks for the tutorial.

  154. Happy Cottage Quilter says:

    I have made a couple of Christmas quilts and several table runners. I love changing out the table runners and placing them around the house. Dining room, kitchen table, living room and family room coffee tables. Great fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

  155. Beautiful Christmas fabrics!! Thank you!

  156. I visited Inspired by Fabric and left a comment.

  157. I'm working on a quilt for my daughter-in-law. I'm almost finished quilting it. Thanks for the great tutorial, I needed a quick pattern for a present on Thursday and yours is great.

  158. I visited Inspired by Fabric site and left a comment.

  159. I have made several Christmas quilt related projects – a couple of table runners and easy towels. They had to be fast this year. Thanks for a chance to win this lovely bundle of fabric.

  160. Visited and left a comment at Inspired by Fabric

  161. All the Christmas fabric items I've made have been gifted. It's time to make some for me, me, ME!!

  162. Pat Seidle says:

    Love making all the Christmas pieces. Finished placemats and table toppers and 2 Christmas quilts this year.

  163. Lovely runner Connie , very festive ! I have made some runners as well as some mugrugs this Christmas . Thanks for the chance .

  164. No I haven't done any Christmas quilting….

  165. Left you a little comment at Inspired by Fabric

  166. I have been making quilted Christmas Stockings
    and really enjoying this small project

  167. Crickets Corner says:

    I went over to Inspired By Fabric and left a comment about what a great designer you are as you always seem to come up with some of the cutest quilted things. By the way….Merry Christmas!!!

  168. Crickets Corner says:

    I haven't made any quilted items but have made some pillowcases for the niece and am working on a winter style quilt for my sister. She won' get it until after Christmas but can look at it on the design wall as it comes together.

  169. Beautiful fabric, and wonderful inspiration. Thanks so much!

  170. Gloria Linburg says:

    Beautiful runner and fabrics. I have sewn several Christmas gifts this year but haven't quilted any of them. Had plans for a couple quilted items but will have to make them for next year.

  171. DebraKay Neiman says:

    I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric! crystalbluern at tds dot net

  172. DebraKay Neiman says:

    Love how this one turned out! crystalbluern at tds dot net

  173. I left a comment at 'Inspired by Fabric'

  174. Great runner Connie – I love green!
    I've made aprons for my sisters this Christmas!

  175. BeachQuilter says:

    I commented on Inspired by Fabric, another one of my favorite sites!

  176. BeachQuilter says:

    I love your work Connie! I finished up a few Christmas UFOs, mostly wall hangings, so I have some new decor to enjoy!

  177. I love the fabrics..I could use them for making the microwave bowl pot holders that I'm making..thanks.

  178. Beautiful! Lovely Christmas fabrics!
    I've made quilted gifts that ended up being Christmas gifts because of when they were finished.
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

  179. Michele T says:

    I've been making all sorts of quilted gifts and only have one more to finish before Christmas!!! I am so proud of myself!!

  180. I left a comment on Inspired By Fabric!

  181. I left a message on the Inspired By Fabric blog before heading over here. The fabric you used for your table runner reminded me of something my mother would have loved.

  182. I have not made a Christmas theme project this year. I have in the past made a star table runner. Love your table runner!

  183. Mary W Quilts says:

    Visited Inspired by fabric and left a comment. Thanks Mary

  184. I just visited the tutorial on Inspired By Fabric and left a comment. I love blog hops because I always see something that inspires me.

  185. Peace on Earth is really gorgeous fabric.

    I just finished a Christmas table runner and a small topper made with the scraps from the first one. And I'm embroidering a small red work piece for a pillow. But that probably won't be done for this year.

  186. I MADE A QUILT FOR MY SON AND ONE FOR MY DAUGHTER IN LAW. ALSO MADE ONE FOR ME, PLUS PILLOWS FOR MY COUCH AND A TREE SKIRT.

  187. Silke tauscht says:

    I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric!

  188. Mary W Quilts says:

    This year I made a king size Christmas quilt for my bed and a mitching Santa wall hanging. I smile every time I see them. ???

  189. Silke tauscht says:

    I realy love your table runner!
    This year I made some christmas pillows.
    The fabric bundle looks so nice,thank´s for the chance to win.

  190. I have made some Christmas table runners as gifts. Now I need to make one to keep for our own table. Your pattern may be our keeper. Thanks for sharing.

  191. I have not made any quilted Xmas gifts. I have managed to sew myself a new dress for Xmas however!
    Iain.ross30 at gmail dot com

  192. Love your table runner. I made a quilted Christmas wall hanging way back in the late 80s, all by hand.

  193. Andrea York says:

    Visited Inspired by Fabric-I follow them! and commented too.

  194. Andrea York says:

    I made some quilted pocket pillows this year!
    amyork13atgmaildotcom

  195. QuiltShopGal says:

    Please do not enter me in your giveaway. Just wanted to say that your table runner is gorgeous and your tutorial is excellent. Beautiful fabric too!

    QuiltShopGal
    http://www.quiltshopgal.com

  196. Kat Scribner says:

    Yes, I did visit inspired by fabric and left a comment. Isn't that bundle of christmas fabric just gorgeous!

  197. I have not made any quilted Christmas items this year, or maybe I mean to say I have not finished any!

  198. Allison CB says:

    I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric!

  199. I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric.

  200. Kat Scribner says:

    Actually I made two sided quilted stockings with names for DH grown children, their families & dogs. THat was 13 adult stockings and 5 doggie stockings. Each one is different, some are patchwork and some I highlighted the pretty fabrics. THey are quilted onto white fleece.

  201. Allison CB says:

    Love to make quilted gifts but this year sadly too many ideas and not enough time! Thanks for all the inspiration!

  202. Deb G. in VA says:

    I left a comment on Inspired by Fabric!

  203. Deb G. in VA says:

    Love your runner and the beautiful fabrics! I've made a few Christmas runners, toppers and mini quilts.

  204. I quilted some mug rugs this year for teacher gifts. I want to do much more but I seem to just run out of time. 😉

  205. I have made a table runner and a few mug rugs! thanks!

  206. Your table topper tutorial is very cute and well written. Thanks and Merry Christmas (I visited the website)

  207. I've made Christmas stockings for everyone in my family. They're very popular. Merry Christmas.

  208. Your runner is beautiful, Connie. Those fabrics are so pretty. I love making the quilted Christmas runners.