Hanukkah Apron Panel

Hanukkah Apron Panel

Making an apron for Hanukkah is quick and easy with the Apron Fabric Panel by Tara Reed for Riley Blake Designs

Hanukkah Apron Panel by Tara Reed for Riley Blake Designs

Riley Blake Designs has kept the Festival of Lights fabric collection in their catalog for a second year and we’ve added a new fabric panel.

The collection now includes 8 prints, a table runner fabric panel and the NEW Apron panel!

Make an apron in no time with the panel and 2/3 yard of non-directional fabric or 1 yard of directional fabric.

Hanukkah Apron Panel by Tara Reed for Riley Blake Designs

Ask for all the Festival of Lights fabrics at your fabric in person or online retailer! 

See more projects and learn more about the prints here >

Sewing for your Hanukkah Home – eBook with 12 things to Sew for Hanukkah

Sewing for your Hanukkah Home – eBook with 12 things to Sew for Hanukkah

Sewing for your Hanukkah Home eBook of 12 patterns by Tara Reed

Who else is ready to sew for Hanukkah?

Hanukkah is a celebration of traditions, miracles, family, friends and perseverance. The oil that should have lasted 1 night lasted 8. It is a time to come together to remember the past and celebrate both the present and future.

Sewing for your Hanukkah Home is an 84 page eBook with 12 projects to help you add extra personal touches to the kitchen, table and around the house. Perfect for you or for gift giving. Perhaps you will add a few new traditions to your Hanukkah celebration as a result!

Sewing for your Hanukkah Home is a PDF pattern book, instant download – get sewing today!

This 84 page eBook with 12 projects to help you add extra personal touches to the kitchen, table and around the house. Perfect for you or for gift giving. Perhaps you will add a few new traditions to your Hanukkah celebration as a result!

Sewing for your Hanukkah Home eBook of 12 patterns by Tara Reed

4 projects for the KITCHEN:

  • Apron
  • Dreidel Potholder
  • Double Oven Mitts
  • Microwave Bowl

 

4 projects for the TABLE:

  • Fabric Basket
  • Donut Basket
  • Napkins & Folding
  • Table Runner

4 projects MORE things to sew:

  • Kippah
  • Pillowcases
  • Drawstring Gift Bag
  • Happy Hanukkah Banner

Tested and detailed instructions include lots of photos and diagrams to help you along the way.

Projects feature my Festival of Lights fabric collection designed for Riley Blake Designs but are not required. That’s the beauty of sewing right – you pick the fabrics that are exactly what YOU want! 🙂

If you make any of these projects I’d love to see! Share what you make on Instagram using #sewforhanukkah #tarareeddesigns and tag me – @artisttarareed 

Happy Hanukkah Creating!

Tara

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

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!

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 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!

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.

My Festival of Lights fabric is available now at your favorite local and online quilt shops.
Pick up yours today and share what you make with us on Instagram using #festivaloflightsfabric, #rileyblakedesigns, #iloverileyblake, and tag us – @artisttarareed and @rileyblakedesigns.

Happy Hanukkah Creating!

Tara

FREE TUTORIAL: Hanukkah Mini Fabric Bowls

FREE TUTORIAL: Hanukkah Mini Fabric Bowls

Looking for a quick project for Hanukkah gift giving or for yourself?

These mini fabric bowls are quick and easy to make for all kinds of uses. Measuring about 5″ wide x 1″ high they are a great way to use scraps from your quilting or other sewing projects too.

Use them to store your dreidels or gelt.  Fill them with nuts or candy or whatever your heart desires!

FREE TUTORIAL: Hanukkah mini fabric bowls

These fun bowls are made with two round pieces of fabric, a round piece of fusible fleece and binding. (Click the button above for more detailed instructions)

Once you get a few under your belt they can be made quite quickly.  I’m thinking of making them for each person at our Hanukkah table this year and filling them with gelt – will be a fun and unusual addition to the table setting!

Have a happy & creative day!

– Tara Reed

P.S. Want to see more FREE patterns and projects using the Festival of Lights Hanukkah Fabric? CLICK HERE >

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Festival of Lights Hanukkah Fabric by Tara Reed for Riley Blake Designs

Ask for Festival of Lights Hanukkah Fabric by where quilt fabric is sold.