Make a Hanukkah Table Runner using the Festival of Lights Fabric Panel

Make a Table Runner for Hanukkah using the Festival of Lights Fabric Panel

Looking to add something new to your Hanukkah decor this year or want to make a gift for someone special?

Using the fabric panel from my Festival of Lights fabric collection all you need to do is cut, quilt and enjoy! Watch the Festival of Lights Fabric Sneak Peek video

Use it on a dining table, sofa table, or anywhere you want can enjoy a long Hanukkah decoration.

Make a Table Runner for Hanukkah using the Festival of Lights Fabric Panel
Make a Table Runner for Hanukkah using the Festival of Lights Fabric Panel
Make a Table Runner for Hanukkah using the Festival of Lights Fabric Panel

The panel comes in two variations – one with blue and white and one with blue, white and silver sparkle.

The panel measures 24″ x WOF. The panel comes in two pieces, which are sewn together along the short, straight ends. The finished table runner measures 11½″ x 84″.

I stitched up the sparkle version and used silver thread for the quilting, I just love how it turned out!

Make a Table Runner for Hanukkah using the Festival of Lights Fabric Panel
Make a Table Runner for Hanukkah using the Festival of Lights Fabric Panel

Don’t want to fuss with binding on the pointed ends? (Can’t say I’d blame you!) Here is what they did on the Riley Blake Designs’ blog:

For this table runner, we basted batting to the wrong side of the back fabric. We then placed the front and back fabrics together, right sides facing. Next, we stitched around the edges using a 1/4″ seam allowance, leaving a 4″ opening. After clipping the angled edges, we turned the runner right side out, top stitched around the edges, and quilted it, following the diamond shape design.


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4 responses to “Make a Hanukkah Table Runner using the Festival of Lights Fabric Panel”

  1. Susan A Kitska Avatar
    Susan A Kitska

    I have purchased the Festival of Lights from an online vendor that does not have the backing, batting and thread. Do you have these materials? If so, can you tell me how much I will need for those items? I purchased the panel that has the silver sparkle. Do you also suggest that I add tassels? If so, in silver or in blue? Thank you for your help.

    1. Tara Reed Avatar

      I don’t sell any physical products, you would need to get what you want from a store or online retailer. The finished table runner size is approximately 11 1/2″ x 84″ and panel size is 24″ x 43 1/2″. You would need the same or slightly larger size fabric and batting and decide how you will put it together (there are 2 examples in the blog post). I would use a solid color (white or blue) for the backing. Tassels would be fun but totally a personal preference as far as color.
      Good luck and have fun with it! Tara

  2. Iris Cohen Avatar

    I live in Borehamwood Hertfordshire England and do not know where to buy the festival of lights table runner template and material. Can you please assist re price and where/how to buy. Thank you in advance.

    1. Hi Iris – I’m not sure who carries the fabrics in England but you could call shops you like and ask if they have “Festival of Lights fabric from Riley Blake Designs”.

      Tara

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