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Christmas Table Runners

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  • Total submissions: 32
  • Total countries: 6
  • Total provinces: 4
  • Total states: 18

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A Merry Menorah A Merry Menorah
By: Judi Richman, Massachusetts, USA

My daughter loves snowmen. This design is a great way to celebrate the winter holidays for a mixed religious house hold.

Quilt size: width: 43" height: 22"

A Very Mary (Engelbreit) Christmas A Very Mary (Engelbreit) Christmas
By: Snoodles, South Carolina, USA

One of my first quilting projects, this was a combination of Mary Engelbreit and Christmas fabrics. Since I was a rookie, I chose nine patch blocks, and used black setting triangles. I hand quilted it, except for the fancy stitches on the nine patches. Holly clusters on each end are appliqued.

Quilt size: width: 20" height: 72"

Advent love Advent love
By: Wenche Martinsen, Norway

This is an advent table runner and the design is by Merete Veian. It was a three day mystery and you could choose what ever colours you wanted to. I chose the colours of advent since I didn’t have one. I’m thinking about making anotherone but adding more twist to the pattern and in other colours.

Quilt size: width: 30" height: 12"

Bloomin' Blossoms ~ Poinsettias Bloomin’ Blossoms ~ Poinsettias
By: Deonn Stott, Utah, USA

One of my “Bloomin’ Blossoms” series of simple seasonal pieced flower table runners.

Quilt size: width: 42" height: 18"

Christmas Elves Christmas Elves
By: Lorrie Gartman, Illinois, USA

Christmas Elves is made from the Which Witch pattern by Crazy Old Ladies. I substituted Halloween fabrics with my favorite Christmas one’s and made a fun & whimsy table topper!

Quilt size: width: 38" height: 20"

Christmas Log Cabin Christmas Log Cabin
By: Milka Rajic, Serbia

Quilted with golden thread.

Quilt size: width: 21" height: 40"

Christmas Magic Christmas Magic
By: Linda, Oklahoma, USA

Just a sweet colorful table runner!

Quilt size: width: 15" height: 36"

christmas ONE BLOCK WONDER runner christmas ONE BLOCK WONDER runner
By: beaquilter, North Carolina, USA

I bought this CUTE cardinal christmas print by moda- I think about a yard and cut out pieces for a one block wonder quilt, then decided it would look cute as a runner.

Quilt size: width: 20" height: 50"

Christmas Stars Christmas Stars
By: Barbara Stanbro, Oregon, USA

This quilt was made for my cousin who was very helpful in gathering up family treasures after my aunt passed away. I wanted to do something nice for her, and so I made this table runner. The sparkly pine cone fabric was in my stash a long time. This seemed a perfect time to use it.

Quilt size: width: 49" height: 21"

Christmas table runner (Patti) Christmas table runner (Patti)
By: Patti, Saskatchewan, Canada

This table runner was made with Kumari Garden Holiday and Kona Snow. The 4-patch blocks were fussy cut. The stitching in red and green was done by hand using perle cotton. The remainder of the quilting was done on my domestic machine. Binding is Countdown to Christmas by Sweetwater.

Quilt size: width: 20" height: 60"

Christmas tablerunner (Lori) Christmas tablerunner (Lori)
By: Lori, Michigan, USA

Braided tablerunners are terrific stash busters.

Quilt size: width: 16" height: 50"

Christmas Tablerunner (WilmaNC) Christmas Tablerunner (WilmaNC)
By: WilmaNC, North Carolina, USA

This was the December runner from a Table Runner of the Month put out by Cotton Way. Machine appliquéd and machine quilted. It is my favorite!!!

Quilt size: width: 36" height: 20"

Cookies for Santa Cookies for Santa
By: Jayardi, Wisconsin, USA

It only took three days to whip this one up. Cutting out all the embellishments for the cookies seemed to take longer than the whole runner put together. Decorating the gingerbread men was so much fun and reminded me of my childhood days of making cookies.

Quilt size: width: 26" height: 12.5"

Countdown to Christmas Countdown to Christmas
By: Susanne, Germany

I made this wonky star table runner from “Countdown To Christmas” fabric. Love these colours! I quilted with the machine and added some embroidery with DMC floss.

Quilt size: width: 43" height: 12"

Every Day's A Holiday An Artful Table Runner Every Day’s A Holiday An Artful Table Runner
By: Darlene Gerber, Ohio, USA

In June of 2010 I started volunteering as a pattern tester. This is the first pattern I tested, it was a tablerunner called Every Day’s A Holiday An Artful Table Runner. It was for Sarah Whitney at Sweet Clover Canyon. She sent me the fabric, Benartex Noel, pattern and a return envelope,

Quilt size: width: 60" height: 17.2"

Figgy Pudding Runner Figgy Pudding Runner
By: LaurenP, Tennessee, USA

This was supposed to be 2 placemats, but I’m very happy with the unintended result! I used a new quilt pattern and my Moda Figgy Pudding scraps along with some cute reindeer fabric for the back.

Quilt size: width: 12" height: 48"

First Table Runner First Table Runner
By: Lyanna, Delaware, USA

This runner is my first, and it was made as a gift. It is reversible with a Betty Boop print on the back (recipient loves Betty Boop). I quite enjoyed making this, it went so much faster than my typical quilting project!

Quilt size: width: 42" height: 14"

Gift Wrapped Gift Wrapped
By: Pam in KC, Missouri, USA

I was asked to write a mystery pattern for a Christmas table runner to be presented at a quilt retreat. When my niece saw it for the first time it reminded her of gift wrapping.

Quilt size: width: 47" height: 17.5"

Hexagon table runner Hexagon table runner
By: Turid Bakken, Norway

I love hexagons, and work with them in different sizes. I always make things for others, but this one I made for myself.

Quilt size: width: 24" height: 14"

Holiday Tablerunner Holiday Tablerunner
By: Patricia Szymanski, New Hampshire, USA

This tablerunner was made with 2″ squares set on point then accented with gold trim. I embroidered pointsettias on both ends to give it a festive finish.

Quilt size: width: 15" height: 50"

Homespun at Christmas Homespun at Christmas
By: Angie Oswald, Utah, USA

This is my original design. I used homespun scraps for the log cabin squares and needleturn applique on the flowers.

Quilt size: width: 40" height: 12"

Merry Christmas Mutter Merry Christmas Mutter
By: Deb M., Illinois, USA

I made this runner for my mother. She was unwell and had had to move into the nursing home part of her retirement village. I wanted to make her room bright and cheery and remind her that I always thought about her. I lived in Tokyo and she was in Pennsylvania for that Christmas.

Quilt size: width: 21" height: 44"

Poinsettia Points Poinsettia Points
By: Marlene Oddie, Washington, USA

This was a mystery project presented at our local quilt guild. It is the first time I used a walking foot on my domestic sewing machine to quilt. I was really excited about how this turned out.

Quilt size: width: 12.2" height: 48"

Serenity Serenity
By: StitchinRN, Arizona, USA

Serene winter moments are reflected in this silver, blue and gray table runner.
Enjoying a quiet moment while reading a book and having a nice warm cup of tea.

Quilt size: width: 22" height: 36"

Snowflakes and Stars Snowflakes and Stars
By: Birdena, Ontario, Canada

This table runner is the second quilting project I made. It is a pattern from a magazine. After beginning the runner a realzied it was an intermediate project….no wonder I struggled so much. I loved it so much when finished I made 4 placemats to match.

Quilt size: width: 18" height: 42"

snowman standoff snowman standoff
By: marjorie henwood, New Brunswick, Canada

This is a fun table runner to do….the name came from a blogger friend who saw it earlier and joked about the snowmen being in a standoff….lol

Quilt size: width: 18" height: 42"

Snowman Table Runner Snowman Table Runner
By: Colleen N, Alberta, Canada

This is a Patrick Lose design. I fell in love with it – it was so cute!

Quilt size: width: 12" height: 30"

Snowman Topper Snowman Topper
By: Sandy Narayan, California, USA

This is a table topper I made as a sample for the Sew So Shop in Yuba City, Ca.

Quilt size: width: 26" height: 26"

Snowy Stars! Snowy Stars!
By: Fiona from PatchworkDelights, Ireland

I love the wonky star block design so I decided to make this Christmas Table Runner using one of my favourite blocks.

All we need now is the snow!

Quilt size: width: 14" height: 34"

Twister table runner Twister table runner
By: Lindsey, Pennsylvania, USA

Christmas twister table runner. I made this in september at Ocean City. Warm outside but ready for Winter and the Holidays.

Quilt size: width: 15" height: 54"

Valerie Prideaux Valerie Prideaux
By: Valerie, Ontario, Canada

This runner was made for friend who was had a large table and wanted something special for Christmas. It was a challenging design, and I ended up dying some of my green fabrics to push them towards the tones I needed for this.

Quilt size: width: 14" height: 90"

Weihnachtslaeufer Weihnachtslaeufer
By: hugfisch, Germany

This tablerunner is made out of Jelly Rolls and I used the “Hidden Well” – Pattern. The fourth piece which comes out at this pattern ends up as a pillow. Please excuse my English, I’m from Germany :-)

Quilt size: width: 44" height: 19"

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This post was published on December 9th, 2011. Post topics: Quilt Gallery.

8 Responses to “Christmas Table Runners”

  1. frances quigley says:

    All table runners were cute. But some a little bit more.

  2. Nancy says:

    Fantastic Quilt Marlene. I really love this Poinsetta Points table runner.

  3. Carolann says:

    What a thrill to see such beautiful tablerunners.
    I was also impressed by the way they were displayed.

  4. Loving the blog hop!
    Thanks for organizing this fun event :D

  5. Marion Caspers says:

    I love the different color values which makes the quilt somehow transparent.

  6. Betty Lou says:

    They are all so lovely, it was hard to choose just one.

  7. Lisa Cox says:

    Just wanted to pop over and thank you for organizing the
    Blog Hop. I’ve had so much fun, and learned quite a bit just
    from the little I’ve been able to read so far.

  8. Doris says:

    I can’t wait for the day when I could such magnificent work. They absolutely beautiful

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