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The fabric for this snowflake table runner post was provided by Riley Blake Designs, the pattern and opinions are all my own. Today is my turn on the Comfort and Joy blog tour for Riley Blake Designs. This fabric is seriously cute! I decided to take a motif from one of the mittens in the line and created a free pattern for a snowflake table runner that I just can’t wait to use next holiday season. And, it’s already ready, which is one of the benefits of sewing for Christmas in June! 🙂 The pattern for the Embroidered Word Ornaments can be found in my Etsy shop. Snowflake Table Runner Pattern: My kids thought it was crazy that I was using Christmas fabric in the summer time, but hey, what do they know? I just love all the great colors on this snowflake table runner! You can find the free snowflake table runner tutorial available for download here. But, please remember that this pattern is provided as a courtesy. Every effort was made to ensure accuracy in fabric requirements, cutting and assembly instructions. But, I’m only human. If you do discover an error in this snowflake table runner pattern, please […]

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Hi there! I have something fun to share with you today! Starting today, we will be starting our Christmas Blitz series! Each week, we will share a new bundle of fabric and a coordinating project!! We have invited some talented quilters to join in on the series - so be sure to check back each Tuesday and see who is joining us! I am kicking things off with this fun Holiday Magic Bundle! I hand picked each piece that is included in this bundle and I absolutely love how it turned out! :) Scroll down to see what I made using this week's Christmas Blitz Bundle! Holiday Magic Holiday Magic Holiday Magic is full of winter goodness - mittens, snowflakes, pinecones & berries. A classic bundle in traditional Christmas colors. Curated by Lindsey Weight for FWFS. 8 Fat Quarters. Included in each bundle: Comfort & Joy Mittens Red - Riley Blake Grunge Basics Evergreen - Moda Maze Crimson - Robert Kaufman Reindeer Magic Snowflakes Cream - Henry Glass Essentials Criss Cross Holiday Green - Wilmington Reindeer Magic Mini Snowflakes Red - Henry Glass Comfort & Joy Main Print Green - Riley Blake Grunge Hits the Spot Red - Moda ------------------------------------------------------------ I love the traditional colors of Christmas - you can't go wrong with red and green when it comes to Christmas! When picking out these fabrics, I picked the mitten fabric first and kind of centered my bundle on that print. Once I had my bundle picked out - I designed this fun table runner that features my favorite block - the PINWHEEL! :) I wanted it to look like a pinwheel was in the wreath and so I started designing and came up with this: 47" x 20" This may look like a complicated block, but it is actually very simple and comes together really quickly! I am thinking I need an entire quilt out of this block! Wouldn't that look fabulous! ;) I made three pinwheel wreath blocks - added sashing and a border and viola -- a super festive table runner! Alright, let's get started! The table runner measures 47" x 20" Supplies (click on links): 1 - Holiday Magic FQ bundle 1/4 yard of extra background fabric (Cream fabric with snowflakes) 3/4 yard backing (Moda's First Crush is suggested) Reserve the green grunge print for binding Reserve the dark red snowflake print for use as an accent piece on the backing (optional) Cutting: Out of Mitten print: 4 - 3.5" x 6.5" rectangles (A) Out of Red Maize print: 8 - 3.5" x 6.5" rectangles (A) Out of Green Holly print: When cutting these pieces you will need to cut two strips 6.5" x width of fat quarter, and then sub cut your rectangles. Use the left over pieces to cut your squares. You will use almost the entire fat quarter. 8 - 3.5" x 6.5" rectangles (D) 8 - 3.5" x 3.5" squares (B) Out of Green Criss Cross print: 4 - 3.5" x 6.5" rectangles (D) 4 - 3.5" x 3.5" squares (B) Out of Snowflake print: (background) 24 - 3.5" x 3.5" squares (C) 4 - 12.5" 2" strips (E) 2 - 2" x 42.5" strips (F) Out of Red Grunge Dot: 2 - 3" x 15.5" strips (G) 2 - 3" x 47.5" strips (F) - You will need to piece these strips Out of Green Grunge: (for binding) Instead of the normal 2.5" binding strips, you will need to cut them a little smaller so you can get enough out of your fat quarter. If you don't want to cut them this size, you can purchase an extra 1/4 yard and that would be plenty! 8 - 2 1/4 " x width of fabric strips Now you are ready, to baste, quilt and bind! I used the left over red print and other scraps from my bundle to piece my backing along with the extra 3/4 yard that I recommended! :) I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and make one of these cute Holiday Magic Table Runners for yourself! :) Be sure to come back next week to see the next bundle/project! Talk to you soon!

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My favorite little spot at Christmastime. Setting up my Willow Tree Nativity set collection is always the highlight of decorating for Christmas. I love its peacefulness and joy. This year I made and added the Joy to the World wood sign. Perfect finishing touch! My favorite quilt to feature in this spot is my A Charming Barn Quilt featuring Return to Winter's Lane with Kate & Birdie for Moda Fabrics. It just "fits" so nicely. A Charming Barn Quilt pattern PDF download can be found in my shop here.

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