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!
Use it on a dining table, sofa table, or anywhere you want can enjoy a long Hanukkah decoration.
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 11 1/2″ x 84″.
I stitched up the sparkle version and used silver thread for the quilting, I just love how it turned out!
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.
My Festival of Lights fabric is available now at your favorite local and online quilt shops.
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