The Best Free Quilt Patterns for Christmas: 10 Quilt Blocks, Christmas Ornaments to Make, and More
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Beautiful, festive fabric deserve to be shown off in the most elegant fashion, which is why you should use them to make a Holiday Classics Table Runner this Christmas. This quilted table runner pattern combines two classic quilt block designs to create a symmetrical and whimsical design that's sure to bring class and holiday cheer to your dining room table or front room. A Christmas table runner like this looks just as good as anything in stores, and it'll cost you much less.
Finished Size: 50" x 25"
WOF = Width of fabric.
Note: Use 1/4" seam allowances throughout.
22682-J Large Poinsettia on Black
(1) 6 1/2" x WOF strip, from that cut:
(6) 7" squares, cut diagonally once to yield (12) triangles.
(1) 4 1/2" x WOF strip, sub-cut to:
(4) 4 1/2" squares.
22686-G Green Swirl
- (1) 5 1/4" squares, cut diagonally once to yield (4) trianges.
22684-M Red Stripe
(3) 4 1/2" x WOF strips, sub-cut to:
(2) 4 1/2" x 42 3/4" rectangles.
(2) 4 1/2" x 17 1/4" rectangles.
(1) 5 1/4" x WOF strip, sub-cut to:
(4) 5 1/4" squares, cut diagonally once to yield (8) triangles.
(1) 2" x WOF strips, sub-cut to:
(4) 2" x 3 1/2" rectangles.
(4) 2" squares.
22685-G Green (includes Binding)
(3) 2 1/2" x WOF strips, sub-cut to:
(2) 2 1/2" x 38 1/4" rectangles.
(2) 2 1/2" x 13 1/4" rectangles.
(1) 2" x WOF strip, sub-cut to:
(8) 2" squares.
- (4) 2 1/2" x WOF strips for binding.
(1) 3 1/2" x WOF strip, from that cut:
(1) 3 1/2" square.
(4) 2 1/2" squares
22683-R Holly on Red for Backing Fabric
Block 1 - Make (2)
Center and sew a cream triangle to the top and bottom of a 6 1/2" Large Poinsettia on Black print square. Press toward the triangle. Next, sew cream triangles to each side of the Large Poinsettia on Black print square, and press toward the cream triangle. Repeat for both 6 1/2" Large Poinsettia on Black print squares.
Sew a Holly on black triangle to the top and bottom of the previous unit, and press towards the triangles. Next, sew a Holly on black triangle to the sides of the square.
Block 2 - Make (1)
Make Flying Geese units: Lay a 2" Green square on a 2" x 3 1/2" Cream rectangle right sides together. Sew from the upper right corner ot the bottom left corner.
Repeat for all 4 Cream rectangles.
Leaving a 1/4" seam allowance, cut away the excess triangle on the bottom right and press the green triangle out. Press seam allowances toward the green.
Repeat the step with the 2" Green square on the other side of the Cream rectangle, this time sewing from teh upper left corner to the bottom right corner. Again, cut away excess and press the seam allowance toward the green. Make (4) Flying Geese units.
Using the Flying Geese units, the Cream Squares, and the 3 1/2" Red Square, make a star unit by sewing parts together in three rows of three.
Center and sew a Green Swirl triangle to the top and bottom of the Star block. Press toward the triangle.
Next, sew a Green Swirl triangles to each side of the star block.
Sew a Holly on Black triangle to the top and bottom of the previous unit. Next, sew a Holly on Black triangle to the sides of the square.
- Refer to the picture: Turn the blocks on point and sew in three rows with the Large Poinsettia on Cream setting triangles. Add the Small Poinsettia on Cream triangles to the corners.
Sew the (2) 2 1/2" x 38 3/4" Green fabric rectangles to the long sides of the table runner. Press seams toward the borders. Sew a 2 1/2" Red square to each short end of the (2) Green 2 1/2" x 13 1/4" rectangles. Press toward the Green fabric. Sew these to the short ends of the table runner, matching seams at the cornerstones.
Sew the (2) 4 1/2" x 42 3/4" Red Stripe rectangles to the long sides of the quilt. Press seams towards the borders.
Sew a 4 1/2" Holly on Black square to each short end of the (2) Red Stripe 3 1/2" x 17 1/4" rectangles. Press toward the Red Stripe fabric. Sew these to the top and bottom, matching seams at the cornerstones.
Note: Refer to the photo on front for border order.
Sandwich, quilt, and bind your table runner using your favorite methods. Use the 2 1/2" Green print strips for the binding.
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