I love quilting all year round, but especially love quilting at Christmas time. Nothing makes the holiday season more bright and homey than DIY decorative accessories made from patchwork remnants fashioned into incredible holiday seasonal flair. I had some Christmas fabric remnants I bought on sale at JoAnn’s Fabrics for next to nothing but didn’t quite know what I was going to do with them. I went searching on Youtube for a great Christmas quilting idea for my holiday table. I found this beautiful table runner and could not wait to try it! I started by downloading the free pattern here at https://www.shabbyfabrics.com/Free-Downloads-W4C258.aspx I don’t have a printer so I went to the MailStore and they helped me download it and printed it out for me for Forty Cents, what a deal! Then I just followed the simple instructions and made my basic tree shapes.
Then I sewed all my blocks together and pressed them.
The beauty of this is that when I put the DIY Quilted Christmas Tree Table Runner together I had white Christmas Trees facing the other way, sort of like a mirroring effect. I used a beautiful piece of vintage Christmas fabric for the back which came out of my Great Aunt’s Fabric Collection, some gorgeous organic batting I got on sale at JoAnn’s Fabrics, and I used Jellyroll scrap pieces to make a binding around the edge. My family had started arriving weeks ahead of time for the holidays and this festive DIY Quilted Christmas Tree Table Runner really got everyone brimming with holiday cheer.