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Bursting Buds Table Runner Pattern

By: Anorina from www.sameliasmum.com

Bursting Buds Tablerunner
Bursting Buds Table Runner Pattern
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Dive into your scraps, locate some beautiful and bright fabrics, and learn how to sew your very own floral table runner in a few hours. The Bursting Buds Table Runner Pattern shows you how to combine free motion quilting with free applique designs to construct a lovely piece of kitchen dcor that will easily brighten up your space. This free quilting pattern would be a great way to learn some new quilting techniques while creating a project you will cherish. If you do not have enough scraps to make the pretty petals, check out the bargain bin of your local fabric store or use old clothing!

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: In an evening

Sewn by: Machine

Easy

Free Motion Quilting Tutorial


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This is such a happy quilt. A great pattern for a beginner. The appliques are very easy to cut out. A perfect way to learn how to free hand your quilting. My favorite stitch is stippling on quilts. The pattern would be great for spring as shown but think about in all the glorious colors of fall.

This is really fun and -- as my mom would say "whimsical." I can see it in all different colors too oranges and browns for fall. It would also be fun for Christmas, but that would probably need a new pattern.

I love a y pattern that brings in nature and uses fabric scraps! This leafy design is so pretty. If you really are industrious and want to glam it up a bit you could add some flat metallic ribbon or ric rac or other trim here and there to outline some of the leaves or the vines that intertwine the design! Thanks for sharing this fun and lovely project!

Such a bright and beautiful project. The instructions all seem very clear and easy to follow, even for someone like me with a very limited knowledge of quilting. I could get right up to the part where the blogger began to Free Motion Quilt and then I would have to do some serious research to find out what all those terms mean. For this reason I think it would be helpful if the blogger put in some links to various tutorials on Free Motion Quilting.

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