Friday, December 15, 2017

Christmas Week ~ Day 5

Welcome to day five of Christmas Week here at Quilt Kisses.  Today I am sharing a table runner I made for my family room.  It was made with my Northcott Christmas fabric scraps.

I was in such a hurry to finish it before a family dinner at my house that I didn't take many photos in process.  Here is one on my design wall before I quilted it.  There are four different green fabrics, three different red fabrics, and two different creamy gold fabrics.

This is what it looked like during our dinner.

I quilted it with the same metallic gold thread I used on JoAnn's Christmas Tree quilt.  I used my Pfaff domestic machine for the quilting.

I have since added more decorations on the top to hide the speaker my husband bought.

I love how elegant it is.

To conclude Christmas week I will take you on a picture tour of my house.  You will be able to see all of my quilty Christmas Decor.


P.S.  I will be linking up with some of the fun parties on my sidebar.  Check them out to see what other quilters are making.


  1. That looks so beautiful on the table with the greenery and candles. You have such a beautiful house!

  2. The metallic thread is a beautiful compliment to the fun fabrics in the quilt top!

  3. You have such a beautifully decorated house Jasmine. The runner with the greenery and candles is a lovely touch.

  4. The quilting is really nice - I love the metallic thread!

  5. I love the Christmas week, Jasmine. It's taken me all week to figure out I can only use my MacBook to respond, not my iPad. It has been delightful. Looks like you are really having fun on that Q as well. Lovely work. I think the quilt by your SIL was my favorite. What a memory and it is so beautiful!

  6. Gotta LOVE a quick and easy Christmas project!! Thanks for sharing.

  7. That's a gorgeous runner and the animals in the stockings are very cute!

  8. Love the idea of using a quilt as a 'rug' in front of your fireplace. :-)


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