We all love hand making for the holidays, and each Friday from now through the end of the year we are sharing some of our favorite seasonal sewing projects – from decorations to brighten your home to projects that make great gifts. This week we’re sharing some of our favorite projects to quilt for your home or for a friend!
Antique quilting meets modern method. We all cherish hand-quilted antiques but we don’t always have the time to honor this wonderful tradition. Luckily, there is a faster way! Recreate the traditional look of bluework with a hand-look stitch on your sewing machine. Revive tradition and create the heirlooms of tomorrow.
How did it get to be July already? The holidays are only six months away – it’s time to start sewing! Here’s a simple-to-sew table runner from Sandi Gass at Sandi’s Sewing Connection in West Burlington, Iowa. Looking for something larger? Make more blocks and stitch them together to make table toppers and quilts.
My name is Sharon Pernes and I am the proud owner of two BERNINAs, a 210 and a 630QE. This table runner is my first (free) pattern that was just introduced to my readers and followers last week. I’d love to share it with all my BERNINA sisters and brothers!
I made this table runner for my mother’s coffee table. The piecing and decorating were all done using my serger. I love to make home décor. While traveling for BERNINA, I see a lot of different things — some that I would have never thought of making!