Quilted Halloween table runner

I made this table runner using a Maywood Studio kit. All the fabric was precut and I just had to piece it together according to the directions. It was quilted with a witchy design, which is hard to see in the pictures, but it has a broom, a cat, a witch’s shoe and other spooky details.

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Oh wow! This is so pretty and festive.

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I love it!

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You did a beautiful job on it, so festive!

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I recognize that pattern! (Missouri Star book, right?) I was just looking at mine recently! This is very cool with just the perfect color and pattern combos!

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Missouri Star probably does have this pattern! I picked it up as an all inclusive kit, so the pattern came with it, but from what I’ve seen (at least with the Maywood Studio kits), it’s a very popular pattern.

Do you have any quilts in the works right now? I’m working on a Christmas one!

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I love that hat fabric! It all came together nicely!

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I’m still waiting for my quilt top to be returned so I can bind it.

The one you made for your bed?

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Yep! She said she’s been playing catch up and it is next on her to do list.

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When I picked up my table runner, the quilter said that with Covid, she’s been even busier than she is during the Christmas season. I guess the quarantine has really freed up a lot of time for a lot of quilters!

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I bet! Also this is a one woman shop, and her kids have been remote learning.

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Remote learning definitely makes it more difficult for parents to find time to do their own things!

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Wow, this turned out great!!

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This is great! I love it :smiley:

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I love this so much!

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That looks fantastic!

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Lovely. I wish my blocks came out that perfect.

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I can’t manage to sew a straight line to save my life, but a quarter inch quilting foot with a guide helps me get close!

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I tried that and it helps but triangle blocks are so hard to do.

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