A little something from my sewing table this fall… my Fall Charm quilted table runner.
Isn’t that fun? I love all of the prints I used from Moda charm pack “Perfectly Seasoned” by Sandy Gervais. So fun with all of the purple and orange prints together!
This Fall Charm quilted table runner was a very quick project. I completed the piecing during a couple of nap times (mommy win!) and kept the quilting super simple so quilting only took one afternoon. I love little hand-embroidered details like this…
But embroidery is optional. The runner is lovely without it. So, if you’re feeling an urge to sew something pretty and fast for your Thanksgiving table (or Christmas/winter, whatever you like), I’ve put together a quick pattern for you! The pattern is simple and you use your favorite methods for quilting and finishing with binding. I did not include instructions/design for the extra embroidery I did on the runner top as it was a last little optional touch I added.
Helpful Links for Fall Charm Table Runner
Here are a few helpful links for finishing the Fall Charm Quilted Table Runner…
- Does binding on those inverted corners look intimidating? Not at all! I used this technique for the binding on those parts: How to Bind an Inverted Corner on a Quilt
- My Mother (Theresa) also just put up tutorial for a Star Quilted Runner and includes lots of little tips and pictures (including for how to MAKE your own binding!), and links as well in her post: Tutorial | Star Quilted Runner
- How to Apply Binding (middle of the page)
- A tutorial on how to properly and neatly slip stitch binding: How to Slip Stitch Binding the Right Way
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Child of God, Wife to Josh, Mommy to my four sweet children. Thankful for busy days filled with homeschooling, homemaking and loving my little family! And sneaking in sewing and pattern design whenever I can 🙂