Sunday, September 7, 2008

Holiday Table Runner Pattern

Thanks for all of the fun comments, I do love them so! I'm happy that many of you wanted the pattern for my table runner. So you'll find it attached at the bottom. I am kind of embarrassed though, to do it this way but, I couldn't get my scanner to scan the pattern into my new computer and my old old computer is the one that holds the file. I took pictures of each page and if that doesn't work for you just email me and I will try to mail you a hard copy. It's a big file so you should be able to click on the picture and read it. Let me know if you have any trouble. If you're interested I can do a tutorial but just so you know I work full time and it would take me a week or two to get to it. Thanks for your understanding!

BTW~I was very happy to attend the JDRF auction Saturday night and see that my Halloween Table Runner sold for $90 not bad for something similar in size to a small baby quilt. One of the baby quilts there sold for about the same price. There was also a handmade quilted purse that sold for $145 (crazy but cool) it was really cute and it had a bidding war going on between a few ladies that wanted it bad! It's really nice when something you make can fetch a really nice donation for a worthy cause.

Here are pictures of the seven table runners I could find. I've had them stored for a few years so please forgive any fold lines. I threw them in the dryer for a few minutes to flatten them a bit.

From left to right are St. Patrick's Day, Valentine's Day, Patriotic, Halloween, Christmas, & Fall.

Closer View

Another Closer View

Seven Strips sewn in a 123 Center 123 pattern:
Red hearts-Cream-Red Plaid-Green w/Hearts-Red Hearts-Cream-Red Plaid

Seven Strips sewn in a 123 Center 321 Mirror Pattern:
Dk Green-Lt. Green-Dk. Green-Shamrocks-Dk. Green-Lt. Green-Dk. Green

Seven Strips sewn in a 123 Center 123 Pattern:
Red-Yellow-Green-Pink-Red-Yellow-Green

Seven Strips sewn in a 123 Center 123 Pattern:
Red-White-Blue-White-Red-White-Blue

Seven Strips sewn in a 123 Center 123 Pattern:
Red-Cream-Green-Christmas Print-Red-Cream-Green

Seven Strips sewn in a 123 Center 123 Pattern with a Variation:
Yellow-Red-Green-Orange-Green-Red-Cream

Seven Strips sewn in a Mirror Image Pattern:
Orange-Light-Black-Center Orange-Black-Light-Orange

Close-up of the machine stitching.
I varied the thread color just for fun.

I used blue and red thread on this one.

I used orange and black thread on this one.

Below are the 3 pattern pages. If you have any questions just let me know. Thanks!



This is a class pattern I made for my classes and it's pretty old so therefore the email address is incorrect but the other information is right so now you know where I live.

11 comments:

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Oh wow Kim. They are all kinds of fabulosity!! Thanks for giving out the pattern.

Thimbleanna said...

Very cute Kim! Thanks for the pattern. I think my favorite is Halloween -- maybe it's the time of year???

Linda said...

Beautiful! I would have to say that the Halloween and the Valentines ones are my fav's! Love the variety of fabrics!! Thank you for the pattern - I will have to put that on my to-do list!!

CJ said...

Thank you!!! These are just gorgeous and I like all the different layouts. I want to make a few of these now. I mean NOW! Too bad that I have other things I SHOULD be sewing first. Thanks again. I will let you know when I finally do make one.
AWESOME on what yours brought in for the auction!!! Fun on that purse too - all for a good cause :D

CJ said...

I noticed that on your AUCTION runner there is a striped narrow border and then the wider border. Any notes or 'instructions/measurements' on that nifty feature??

TLC said...

Kim, it is so generous of you to share your pattern! Your table runners are wonderful. I have always wanted to have monthy/holiday themed table runners to switch out regularly. But it has sat on my wish list for a long time. So fun to see yours!!

Kim said...

CJ that's a good question about the auction runner. It's easy to add a smaller border just repeat the instructions for the outside border and cut smaller extra strips for an inner border. I think I made mine 1" wide so it finished at 1/2" but I wouldn't go much larger than a 2 inches.

It'll just make the table runner a littler bit wider so just remember to make your back and batting the same size as your finished quilt top.

em's scrapbag said...

Great table runners. Thanks for the pattern.

Fiesta said...

all beautiful.

Khris said...

Great table runner...thanks so much for sharing the pattern. Hugs Khris in Oz

stampscrappy said...

I've just started quilting this past year, and this is the very first project I made! I love your blog, it has such wonderful ideas.