Friday, July 13, 2018

Custom Runners


I made these sweet table runners and place mats for my mom's friend LaDawn. She bought three yards each of two coordinating fabrics plus binding fabric.  I quilted the three yard pieces on the Bernina Q24. 


Then I cut out and bound two table runners which finished at 15 x 90 inches. 


They are both reversible. 


There was enough fabric left over for seven place mats. 


I have only ever made one quilted place mat for me.  I really wanted to keep these. 


Place mats for my family are now on my bucket list. 

XX,
Jasmine

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10 comments:

  1. Very clever way to do this project quickly! They look so pretty on the table.

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  2. That is exactly how I would have done it too-quilt all at once and then cut to size. Makes for easy quilting. I have been wanting to do a center one for the camper table. Just can't decide what size. I will do it with insulbright as the batting.

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  3. Fantastic way to create table runners and placemats. Very nice!

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  4. Those are beautiful and oh so simple! Hmm, might need some holiday ones!

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  5. My sister wants me to create something similar for her. It is a great idea to quilt a big piece and cut it down.

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  6. Jasmine, these are beautiful! With two big old pieces of pretty fabrics quilted together you could bust out a lot of fancy lovely sets of runners and place mats. Well done

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  7. Another fast and beautiful finish!

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  8. Meant to add and what a smart way to make them up so quickly! Gotta remember that.

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  9. Good luck with making your own placemats and table runners!! I made some for a friend for Christmas. She LOVED them!! You should enjoy having some on your own table.

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