Christmasville Table Runner Pattern

Hi everyone! I have another new Christmas pattern for you today! I’m calling this one my Christmasville Table Runner, isn’t it so fun and festive?

I love everything about this, but mostly I love that it’s super easy and you can make it in just an afternoon!

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This pattern is 100% pieced and is super  scrap friendly! For this project I used a mix of my Sweetwater Christmas fabrics, but mostly the Overnight Delivery line.

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I did some fun swirl quilting on it as well because it made me feel like swirling snowflakes. It was super easy too! I highly encourage you to quilt your own projects. I think it makes it just that much more special Smile I have free motion and straight line quilting tutorials you can check out too!

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I used a fun print from Sweetwater for the backing too and I love it! Honestly it’s so cute this runner can be reversible! Except you wouldn’t be able to see my cute little house though so…

And I chose this fun Sweetwater gingham red for the binding. Isn’t it so fun!?

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I hope you enjoy this pattern! Make sure to tag me on Facebook or Instagram or send me a pic if you make it so I can see!

Get your Christmasville Table Runner pattern here!

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2 Comments

  • Marissa November 7, 2018 at 7:35 pm

    I love this! I am going to attempt to make this and your Christmas stockings this month. What are the white background fabrics that you use? I usually go out and match my fabric, but I am home-bound right now. Thanks so much!! God Bless!

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    • erica November 13, 2018 at 1:17 pm

      I used a white on white gingham which was in my stash from several years ago 🙂 It was from the Feed Company line by Sweetwater Fabrics, and it’s out of print. But every year they put out a new white on white print to go with their fabrics so i’m sure you can find something similar 🙂

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