Mini Falling Charms Quilted Tablerunner

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My mini falling charms quilted table runner is finished! When I first started the mini falling charms quilt project the other day, I wasn’t sure how big I was going to make it.

Mini Falling Charms quilted tablerunner easy tutorial

Mini Falling Charms Quilted Table Runner
21″ x 33″

Since I had two of the mini charm square packs I decided to make it big enough to fit our coffee table in the living room.

Mini Falling Charms quilted tablerunner on living room table

You can also see my Box Block pillows, Serendipity table runner and some music pillows in browns that I forgot to blog about! I’ll have to get a post up on them in that color. There are tutorials for all of them.

Mini Falling Charms quilted tablerunner charm squares not used

Here is what I had left from two mini charm packs, I used everything but 7 blocks! These are already in my fabric stash drawer of 2½” squares.

I ended up making a tablerunner that has 11 rows with 7 blocks in each row for a total of 77 blocks. You can make the mini charms table runner any size you like…..narrower or longer.

Mini Falling Charms quilted tablerunner easy tutorial

If you use a 5″ square charm pack and cut the squares into 2½” squares, you would have enough to make a baby quilt that would be 33″ x 42″.

We recently bought a new table and four chairs for our deck so we can eat or play cards out there. I took this photo this morning and it was a little too dark and washed out. Notice Iggy in the back?

Mini Falling Charms quilted tablerunner table and chairs on deck

We kept looking for a square high table and chairs but couldn’t find anything we really liked that didn’t cost a fortune. We finally decided that a short table would work okay and picked this up at Menards.

I am so glad that Builder Bob likes to “build” things as it was in a million pieces! He does great work!

Mini Falling Charms quilted tablerunner on deck rail

I really like this photo of the mini charms quilted table runner hanging on the deck rail.

Mini Falling Charms quilted tablerunner choosing the binding fabric

I had mentioned that I didn’t have any yardage that went with the collection of mini charm squares but I found a piece of turquoise that I thought matched perfectly. I love shopping in my own stash!

Mini Falling Charms quilted tablerunner closeup of quilting

I did a simple meandering on the background fabric and a little organic wiggle line through the mini charm blocks.

I would have had this finished sooner but…..I didn’t check my back when I first started quilting and the tension was off. Thank goodness for a seam ripper!

Mini Falling Charms quilted tablerunner on deck rail

This photo is a little washed out and gives the table runner a vintage look. It is hanging on Sadie’s deck fence. The temperature and humidity have really dropped today and it will be a perfect day to be outside!

If you missed the tutorial on the Falling Charms quilt, be sure and read it and get the free black/white drawing so you can color in your fabrics! If you make a quilt, table runner or any project using the Falling Charms block please be sure and share it with me.

Mini Falling Charms quilted tablerunner fast and easy tutorial for mini charm packs
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  1. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Connie!! I have missed reading your posts and seeing what you are creating very much! We lost internet service for a few days and just a short time ago got back online. LOL. It will take me a tad bit of time to get caught up with everyone. Good thing I only read a few to many blogs. Hee-hee-hee…. I truly am going to put this Table Runner as a must make on my list. I do however, believe I will make a baby quilt with the tutorial. I have not checked out the tutorial yet, but will as soon as I stop yapping. By the way, the outdoor table and chairs you chose are very close to a set that we had quite a few years ago. They were very comfortable and so nice to sit and play games or eat meals at. I hope that your set gives many years of enjoyment for the two of you! Alright, on to the tutorial and a wishing you a fantastic evening!

  2. I love your table runner, this turquoise fabric is just what it needed! Love those tones together. It looks very pretty in your living room!

  3. I really like the blend of lights and darks in the mini charms. Very cute!!

    I have the same chairs on my deck and they are very comfortable. And we have a gate too – it kept the grandkids in when they were really little, and now it keeps the grand-dogs safely on the deck.

  4. Those colors in Falling Charms are wonderful and so perfect for the photo shoot. I’m looking forward to seeing the brick backdrop for your photographs. I hear that the site crashed several times during the day due to so many people logging in on it. We picked up a few things too.