Wednesday, January 12, 2011

WELCOME!

Welcome to my big quilting adventure! I'm SOOOOOOO glad you could be a part of it! It's finally MY day! Woo-hoo! This is the first time I've been invited to participate in a blog tour/hop as a DESIGNER, so this feels like a bit of history. And golly gee, but aren't I just terribly impressed with myself?!

Seriously, though, as much as I'd just love to think you're only here because you want to visit with ME, I know you're here for: (1) the prizes, (2) the fun, (3) the prizes, (4) the project pattern, (5) the prizes and, maybe somewhere after I list "prizes" a couple more times, . . . (16) me. So let's get on with it, shall we?

There are probably three of you who visit me regularly and have been waiting to see what I've come up with, so I'll end the suspense and show you. Ready?


At this point, if you're not all that impressed with the project, this is where you skip ahead to the comments part and leave one so I can enter you in the drawings for (1) a kit to make the runner, (2) a $50 FAT QUARTER SHOP gift certificate, and (3) a chance to get into the BIG drawing for a $100 FAT QUARTER SHOP gift certificate. Names will be drawn on January 16th and posted shortly thereafter.

Still here? I think I see two of you out there. Ah,you there on the right. You're just waiting for me to turn my back so you can grab the candy on the table, right? Okay, then, take a piece and move along.

Finally! Someone who's interested in making the runner! First of all, click RIGHT HERE to pop over to the PDF of the pattern and print it out. I'm going to give you the Reader's Digest condensed version in photos and a few words below, but you'll need the pattern too. I'll wait right here while you go do that.  [NOTE:  IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ACCESS THE PATTERN THROUGH SCRIBD, PLEASE EMAIL ME A REQUEST, AND I WILL EMAIL BACK A PDF OF THE PATTERN.  YOU CAN GET MY EMAIL ADDRESS THROUGH MY PROFILE.]

Back and ready? Well, of course, the main focus of the runner is the hearts. So let's concentrate first on making the heart blocks. After you cut your fabric according to the pattern directions, separate out the pieces needed for the hearts--the pink and red strips, the 4-1/2" x 2-1/2" red and pink rectangles, and the twelve 1-1/2" and three 2-1/2" background squares.


Next, using the strips cut from the charm squares, sew pink strips to red strips.


Subcut each pair of strips into 1-1/2" wide pieces--you'll get three from each pair. Each heart block will use eight of those subcut pieces.


Arrange the pieces like a checkerboard, alternating pink and red squares, and sew them into a 16-patch (four squares across by four squares down). For the runner, you'll need to make three of these.


Now let's do something else. Position a 1-1/2" square of background fabric on two corners of each of the pink and red 2-1/2" by 4-1/2" rectangles. Sew the little squares on the diagonal. I took a photo of it to show you what I'm talking about--those pencil lines are where you'd sew. It's always hard to explain, but you can see what I mean, right?


Trim away the underneath excess layers, and press the squares back (see next photo if what I'm saying isn't clear). You'll need to make a total of three red pieces and three pink pieces. Now lay out the pattern pieces like this . . .


. . . with all the top red rectangles on the left and all of the top pink rectangles on the right. You will also (probably) want to have the 16-patch squares all oriented the same way, with either a pink square or a red square at the top and bottom tips. Sew the pieces together. Now you have three heart blocks, right?

Okay, let's skip ahead. In the printed pattern, I talk about how to make half log cabin blocks and some other stuff that's necessary, but photos would probably just make you yawn. And for some reason, I didn't take any. So here we are, on page 3 of the pattern, with all the block parts made. (The half log cabin blocks are the ones at the upper and lower edges of the runner--there's a bunch of blue in them. See?) Now we can put everything where it goes, and it will start looking like a runner. In the pattern, I did not specify the direction of the heart blocks because I thought it might depend on your own taste and where you planned to use the runner. YOU might want all three blocks side by side. I liked mine with tips of the outside heart blocks pointing to each end of the runner. There is no WRONG WAY, okay?


In the printed pattern, I also don't really mention the background pieces at both pointed ends of the runner. When I made mine, I attached those pieces to the two heart blocks along the bottom sides right away, but in hindsight, I thought it would be best to leave them loose at this stage to be sewn into rows. Take a look at the drawn illustration on page three, and I think you can see what I mean with that arrow near the right margin indicating what constitutes a "row." Can you see the rows? There are five of them. Sew the pieces together in rows and then sew the five rows together. Clear as mud? Let's move on then.

This, below, is what your runner should look like before adding the outside border.


See the blue sections at the pointed ends of the inner border on each side? I wanted to point those out so that when you get to them in the pattern, you'll know what part I'm talking about.

After getting this far, you just need to add the scrappy outside border and maybe--but only if you want--the appliqued arrow for the center heart (refer to photo for placement). After that, just quilt and bind the runner. Easy, right? Mais oui!

If you haven't stopped by to visit with me before, I hope you'll come back again and visit. We have some fun here--at least I think so!

Now, two more things: Remember to join the Flickr pool and post your Be Mine projects there (you can click into the pool from my sidebar) and leave a comment on this post in order to be entered into the prize drawing. Thanks for stopping by!


[JANUARY 16, NOON-ISH--UPDATE: Comments closed; winners being drawn and will be posted. Good Luck!]

573 comments:

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Annie said...

I love this table runner. You are so talented.

Tiffany said...

How cute! I LOVE it. I will definitely be back soon to make one for myself. I'm glad you were part of the blog tour!

Michelle said...

I love tablerunner patterns and yours is no exception. thanks

Quiltsmiles said...

Sweet and cute pattern and tutorial. Love this Be mine Tour. Thanks for hosting it.
Jane

LindaB said...

OK Ok I am not lurking about anymore and have become a followerer...LOL...luv the table runner...thanks for the pattern, and I am enjoying the bloghop....you are all wonderful creative ladies...I think it may be table runner year...you feel so much better when you actually finish something quickly instead of it hanging around for ages...I have too too many WIPs...LindaB (aust) no blog yet

Susan said...

Such a pretty runner! Thanks for the tutorial!

Debbie said...

Super cute Kim!
Thanks for doing the giveaway.I Love the table runner and the colors arew great.

Gretchen said...

Thanks for the great project! I've been waiting for the big reveal! Love the fabrics you used too.

dawson.tracy35 said...

I love love love that tutorial! Thank you so much! It is awesome and I plan on making one tomorrow. Thanks for joining in the blog tour, i have never been to your blog before but I will be back! Thanks for a great giveaway as well!

Tracy
dawson.tracy35@yahoo.com

Barb in Mi said...

Thanks for sharing your Valentine's pattern. Have to dig up some fabric and give it a try! Thank you!

Kathy said...

Thank you for the great project. Your blog is always one of the highlights of my day.

MargieMuss said...

I love how you made the hearts, and I love the way your pattern looks without the arrow, I think I could whip up a couple hearts with your great directions. Keep the cute ideas coming :)

Rachel said...

really cute. I like how the blue half log cabins turn into hearts too!

Hand Quilting Nana said...

I am a regular reader of your blog and feel like you're my next door neighbor!!

I love the table runner. The design and the fabrics.

Linda
nana947@hotmail.com

Dianne said...

Great tutorial! SO cute...and I love the arrow through the heart :)

Clothed in Scarlet said...

WOW this is so pretty, thanks for taking the time to share :0) Sarah

carol fun said...

Hi Kim -- oh I love this tablerunner- you did a great job. I read your blog all the time and you always keep me in stitches!

Amy said...

This is super cute! I'd take a kit in a heart beat. Thanks for the pattern.

sue said...

I think your runner is very, very cute. The arrow really adds that something special. Great Job!

Christine M said...

Your table runner is lovely. I love the colours you chose. Thanks for sharing with us. Your funny little comments made me laugh!

Bonita said...

Great Table runner!!
All the projects have been great so far.

Bonita

Peggy said...

I love tablerunners, and this one is definitily a winner.

michelle said...

Ha! I have not visited your blog before--and I LOVE it. Your sense of humor is right up my alley!!! Hehehe--I will definitely be visiting here again!! The table runner is totally cute...can't wait to get it done and on my table. Thank you for sharing it with all of us. =)
michelle

quiltingjen said...

I Love this runner! Gonna make one tomorrow as a gift!

Jennifer

Patty D from NC said...

thanks for investing the time to share such a fun pattern with us.

MJinMichigan said...

Love your table runner but can't believe Valentine's Day will be here so soon. Thanks for a chance to win your giveaway.

Kigwit said...

Wow! Look how many comments! I missed your post this morning but I'm glad I stopped in tonight. I like the hearts on your runner-they look like Swedish woven hearts. Very Sweet.

Pamela said...

Thanks for the pattern. This is the first I've heard of your blog and I've saved it as a favorite to come back again.

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

I really really love this table runner and just know I will be making it--soon (it's not Valentines yet is it??) I also love your background--sooo cute!!
Have a great day--
Hugs,Di

Lee Ann said...

cute tablerunner! Thanks!

Nancy said...

I love your runner. I knew you would come up with a great one!

Anonymous said...

This is my first time leaving a comment to win something... What a beautiful table runner.This would look great on my antique table. I will be checking in here for some of your patterns... Linda
llcp48(at)yahoo(dot)com

Noela said...

Thankyou for your table runner pattern. I love it. All the patterns have been great. Not sure which one to do first. Thanks for the chance to win a prize.

Anonymous said...

This table runner is so cute. Thanks for the tutorial.
Jaylene
jaylene (at) beyondbb (dot) com

Marge said...

Looks like there are more than 3 of us Kim. Just downloaded the heart table runner, love it.
Thanks for sharing, Marge

Patty said...

I love your table runner, my favorite colors....aqua & red.

Scraps said...

Wonderful Valentine design. I agree the arrow is a really cute addition. I would love to make this, but must be blind, because I did not see the pdf download. Will keep looking. Very pretty, would love to make this for a friend.

sunny said...

Hmmm...only 436 comments before mine. I guess nobody was interested in your pattern after all. But I'll stick with you and make a few hearts, don't want to hurt your feelings!

manybooks said...

Oooo - very cute tablerunner! I'm a beginning quilter, and this looks great, but totally do-able :) THANKS for the PDF - I downloaded it right away! And THANKS for the inspiration!

Nancy Sue said...

oh, there IS candy on the table...I didn't see it at first or it would have been gone! heheh Thank you so much for participating in the blog tour and for the great runner pattern. I love your red/pink hearts with the aqua. Can't wait to fudge some free time around to get some sewing time and try it!Thanks!
nsue21702 at gmail dot com

Kim said...

Hmm, I think there are a few more than 3...LOL I love the table runner Kim.. you are very talented, the blog tour is so much fun and thank you for sharing with us. :)

Karen said...

This is sooo cute. I love the colors you chose. By the way--I am one of the three regular stalkers. I come check you out every day. Love all the things you do. Wish I could get as much done as you do. Love all the projects I've seen so far.

Karen in IN

Merrylittlequilter.blogspot.com

Beth said...

A lovely design as always! Thanks for making us the tutorial. I still follow your blog just about every day.
Beth in AL
bhambeth (at) gmail (dot) com

Carol C. said...

I love the table runner! AND the fabrics that you used! I shall really enjoy making it! This has been a great blog hop, I have really enjoyed it! I'm a first time visitor to your blog, and love what I see! Thanks!

Carol in E TN said...

Very nice pattern and I do read your blog everyday!

quilary said...

Thanks for the great tutorial, I love the colours that you've used.

Linda said...

Such a cute valentine runner! Love it!

Sharrieboberry said...

Your hearts are very pretty!

MJ said...

Awesome! Very nice... thank you

Joyful Quilter said...

Cute table runner! Thanks for the tutorial.

Zlaty said...

What an adorable table runner Kim! Thank you for sharing the pattern!

Happy sewing!

Karen said...

Love the tablerunner.Thank you for the pattern and this blog tour. You are very talented. This is the first time I have visited your blog - I will definetly be a follower. Have a great week!

Quilting Kim said...

Love the table runner, Kim. You ladies are sending me into heart overload with all of these wonderful projects. I may need a defibrillator by this weeked!!

Wendy said...

Love your table runner...thank you for the opportunity to win a kit...

quiltmom said...

Hi Kim,
i It is a great pattern- how fun and so cheery and bright for Valentine's- I love the fabrics. You did a wonderful job on the tutorial.
Thanks for sharing your project with us in blogland.
Warmest regards,
Anna

Angie said...

what a great table runner! thanks for the pattern...i love it.

Renea said...

Cute table runner. I really need to be making a table runner for Valentines Day so I think your pattern is the winner. Thanks for the pattern and the giveaway.

Kari said...

That is simply adorable! Thanks for writing up such a nice tutorial.

Jansie said...

This is so awesome! I love this design. Thank you so much for sharing it. :)

Quilting_Chris said...

Oh, boy. I have been waiting patiently for this since the sneak peak....very cute. Thanks for the tute and the chance to win.

Trish said...

You have really outdone yourself ! You should be very proud of you beautiful design. Than you for sharing it with us.
Trish
www.quilttalesandcattails.com

April said...

Great job! What a fun tutorial.

Theresa said...

Beautiful table runner!!! And I would definitely come back!!!!! Thanks for making my day~

Michelle said...

Great pattern and fab tutorial - thank you!

Nancy said...

Oh, I love, love, love your tablerunner because I love hearts! Thanks for offering this giveaway, and thanks for putting the tutorial in pdf form!

MoeWest said...

Great table runner! Thanks for the tutorial and the giveaways.

Cory said...

This is a darling table runner. I can't wait to make it. Thank you. Take care and God bless, Cory

Stephanie said...

I absolutely LOVE the color combination you used on this. It's beautiful!!!

lizzyjo said...

Love the pattern! And the fabrics you picked are perfect!

Tracey @ozcountryquiltingmum said...

I think that there are a good few more than three of us who visit for you!!! well done, you never disappoint and this is stunning, great hearts and arrows! Tracey

Debby said...

Wow! Great give-away!

Greetings from Debby,
the Netherlands

Lixa said...

that's a lovely valentine's day pattern!

Janice said...

Love the pattern and the colors - Another page I will add to my favorites!

Linda P in IL said...

Love the table runner...the top of my to do list for VD. Thank you!!!
I might try to make one in little boy fabrics for my 2 DGS

Rhonda said...

Kim, your tablerunner is so cute. I love the arrowed one and of course the tutorial is great and every easy to follow!

mascanlon said...

Very, very cute table runner. Thank you so much for the pattern. Love your voice , we gotta luagh at ourselves along the way!
Thanks for chance to win fabric! mascanlon49 at hotmail.com

Jo said...

I need to do some projects to Spruce up the house...winter is so dreary. This project might be just what I need.

Katrina said...

This is my first time to check out the blog i love the pattern and the love the way you show each step thank you can't wait to try out the pattern.

Marlena said...

Very cute table runner! I am your newest stalker. :) Thanks for the tutorial and giveaway.

Marylin's Quilt Basket said...

I just love the runner. I'll have to run to a shop and get material. This is one I will do right away. Thanks so much. Marylin@kc.rr.com

debbie said...

Wow! two hundred gazillion comments! No smoke blowing, I do like your design.
Was looking forward to rushing right in to check it out yesterday, but didn't get to read any blogs...family politics and my mother altzheimers. When did she become a political pawn? geesh! sorry for venting!
I am enjoying the Be Mine tour, the bright fabrics and happy designs. I think it's helping me keep the idea in my heart and mind that life is about love in the strange time for my family.
Thanks and Blessings :o)

9patchnurse said...

Now THAT is darn cute! I love the turquoise/aqua color on the sides, it's the perfect additions. And of course the arrow is so fun! I like your blog and your writing style so make some room in the follower pile, here I come!

vicki boschman said...

Wow! Love this site! Thank you. I look forward to making this runner! (A Canadian fan)

Kay said...

I really like this pattern & your fabric choice. Definitely will have to make this one. Thanks for participating. Your blog is always so fun to read & I wish we lived close by so that we could be friends.

suz said...

This table runner is wonderful! I'm going to order the fabrics for it to duplicate yours because those are great colors! Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

~Kathleen said...

What a lovely Valentine Heart Struck Runner. You chose beautiful fabrics for it too. Thank you for the great blog hop and giveaways. Fun, fun, FUN! ~Kathleen

Karen P. said...

those patchwok hearts are just precious!

maeve315 said...

First time to read your blog and I love it! Your site is so pretty, your writing is so interesting, and your tablerunner is absolutely the best I've seen for Valentine's day. I am a "heart" person, collecting them and using them wherever, so this really appeals to me. I'm downloading it to use (thank you VERY much for the gift) and will thoroughly enjoy the finished product. I'm bookmarking your site and plan to be a regular visitor. This is a super find for me!

Julie in WA said...

Those hearts look just like the Christmas ornaments my sister made one year! I love how they show up in your adorable table runner! Thanks for joining this fun blog hop!

Sask-Kat said...

Of course I am commenting for the prizes! JK...I love your pattern, and have started following you now too - yeah more quilty blogs to read instead of working!

Micki said...

What a great tutorial and thanks for the chance to win!
Micki

Tanya said...

This is beautiful!!! I am going to try this with the new heart material I just got :)

SisterlyLove said...

That is possibly the coolest runner I've ever seen. Just like those awesome paper hearts we all used to weave together!


Genevieve
jenny(at)ykwc(dot)net

Genevieve P said...

I love how your hearts look basket-weavey--just like those construction paper hearts we all made in kindergarten!

Christi Harrison said...

i love table runners!

Pat said...

I love the table runner! I really enjoyed browsing your blog. I will be back!

The Kaonohi's said...

My first time here. Darling blog and runner!!!

sewmeow said...

What fun on this blog hop. Thanks sew much for your table runner...so cute. I love it.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the lovely table runner pattern! Great project!

Meredith
merefleming@yahoo.com

Pat V. said...

Super cute project. Thanks for the tutorial. (Glad to find out I'm not the only person in the world who doesn't use facebook. I just copied the tutorial and pasted it into a word document.)

Melissa Clifford said...

This is so great! I love how it's design is a bit different from the rest!

Linda said...

Love the runner, love the fabric, love the give-a-ways! Thanks

The Sayler Family said...

I love this runner. I can't wait to make one for my mom!!

trudys_person said...

Cute! Those hearts remind me of the woven heart envelopes we used to make in primary school ... Thank you for the giveaway!

Kayli said...

What a way fun and different shape, other than a boring rectangle! It's a great little runner.

JudiH said...

I have only just found your blog and enjoyed reading it very much. Just love this runner and I WILL get it done for this year.

jillquilts said...

GREAT pattern! Thanks for sharing it!

Monique said...

Oh, gorgeous! And please enter me in your drawing. Thank you so much!

Our Busy Little Bunch said...

LOVE the table runner ~ great fabric choice!
ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

Tina said...

I love your table runner. I plan on making it a litt latter

deborah said...

Great tutorial and I love the table runner! Perfect for Valentine's day!

Ducks and Rabbits said...

Cute table runner. Thanks for sharing.

marth225 said...

That is a really great table runner - my daughter will love it

http://averagequilter.blogspot.com/

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

This is just adorable!! I love pieced hearts.

Linda T said...

Hope you're enjoying the blog hop - we certainly are! Cute project!

ltenhage@gmail.com

María Cristina said...

Maravilloso tutorial!!
El resultado ideal para el día de San Valentín.
Gracias por compartirlo!!!

Wonderful tutorial!
The ideal outcome for Valentine's Day.
Thanks for sharing!
Salute!

the girlfriend gap said...

very cute, Im new here,Nice to get to know you. Thank you for a chance to win. have a sweet day!
Janita

sew4real said...

this is such a great project....and I just pulled out a stash of red & white fabrics to play with!

Christie said...

Work just gets in the way of a girl having any fun. Today, I am off and catching up with the tour. What a very cute valentine runner. Thank you for sharing. Enjoyed reading your blog. Thanks again! HUGS... and stitches

Jennifer said...

I love that table runner! Thanks for the tutorial

Prim2Pink said...

I'm definately going to make this one! I love it!!

Christine said...

I love your table runner - printed it out for my "to-do" list!

Gayle said...

This runner reminds me of the little hearts I used to weave together using ribbon as a child - so sweet! Your tutorial is great!

Cathy said...

Well I think it is great and I will be making it. hope I win too!

Pam said...

I love this! I hope I win the kit to make this runner. I have no decorations for valentine's day and this would be perfect. Thanks for the tutorial-

Heather said...

So I totally thought I had commented but I can't find int the 520 something comments you have! The table runner is so sweet!

Katie said...

Ooooo. I have to make that. Thanks!!

Mel said...

Love it.
I will definitely be making this runner.
Thank you.

eamylove said...

I love the checkerboard areas! Table runners are always fun, and this one is so charming. I hope to try it soon. (Do you think there will be any prizes???)

Michelle said...

Adorable table runner! Thank you for posting it!

Nancy said...

I love the tablerunner! Downloaded!

Bonnie said...

Okay, I'm sure I posted before but I don't see it. I am not really a quilter and table runners are more doable for me. Thanks.

Michele Hester said...

Congrats on your first blog tour! Your design is beautiful - I hope I can be on a tour one day!

Janie said...

Thanks for the cute table runner pattern. This has been a fun blog tour.

Carol said...

I love your tablerunner, Kim!!! Thank you. I knew you would come up with something great! I had to take out my little Christmas tree for a "Valentine Tree"!

SoozeM said...

Thank you so much for sharing this with us, it is gorgeous!

Jenn said...

haha I so enjoy your sense of humor! I think I need to make this for my table :) Thanks for posting the pattern for us all!

Willa said...

Really enjoyed perusing your blogs for the last several days! Sense of humor it great to find on line.

The table runner is really cute.

JBlanton said...

awesome tutorial- I love pictures so you can see exactly how to do the project. Very pretty

Jenny said...

Love this runner. The colors are great, and it looks like something I can manage. Thanks

Clothed in Scarlet said...

I'm loving the table runner! its really cute! Thanks for being so generous as to share your pattern :) Sarah

Leslie Trumm said...

Great pattern, beautiful fabric choice! Thanks for participating!

Anonymous said...

Never visited your blog before today. Love your project!!

Cindy
frazzyus@yahoo.com

Jenniffier said...

I like how the ends aren't squares. Very nice idea.

theifner2 said...

I love the heart table runner

Wonky Girl said...

Wow, a great runner and I'm off to see if I can download the PDF. Glad I finally got around to catch up on reading blogs I follow. You are the best!!!

SewCalGal said...

Very cute table topper. Love the hearts and setting.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Lori said...

Cute! I like the teal for a little something different for Valentine's.

Bree said...

that is a SERIOUSLY gorgeous table runner! I absolutely love it - it's added to my favorites and "to do" list - right after "get past food poisoning that almost made me miss the blog tour". ;)

Melissa said...

I love this runner. It looks fantastic.

Rosalie said...

I love to read your blog. I'm one of your stalkers, lol! Thanks for giving us this project.

Beth said...

I love this table runner. I am definitely going to have to make one of these. I also put your blog in my favorites. I read them daily. Don't know how to do the follower thing! Thanks for the chance to win.

H2Ogirl said...

This is lovely and I love the pdf version of this.. so much easier for me to grab instead of trying to remember things - anymore. Lovely blog. Thanks for being part of this FUN blog hop.

Lese said...

Great job on designing this pattern. I love all things with pink and hearts. This has been an awesome blog tour.

Jacqueline said...

Wow, for only having 2 stalkers your doing ok...
well I'm about #534 so my chances of getting the quilt are still better than playing the lottery.!

Betty Grove said...

Just found your site, what an amazing talent you are! Had no problem downloading your generous Heart Struck Runner pattern. We have a city named Loveland that is very popular during Valentines, folks send their cards to the city just for the postmark. Read that Virginia is for lovers, well I'm here to say that so is Colorado. Thanks again, I'll be back.

tong said...

this is so awesome! thanks for the tutorial!

gale said...

Oh gosh-this is adorable!! I normally don't do valentine projects but i think I will make an exception. This is cute enough to leave out all year.

jsreis said...

Wow! Beautiful. I am a quilting newbie and love, love, love to see all the incredible work people do. Nice tutorial! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

I love your table runner, I've been in kind of a slump lately and I think this project is just what I need to open up my sewing machine again. I would like to make this for my daughter. This is also my first visit to your blog and I will be back. Thanks. Jenelle
PS. these comments for blogs are new to me, so I will just have to give you an email address:
JenelleJB@aol.com

Jamie Mueller @ SunFlower Seeds said...

this is soooo cute!!

Nancy E said...

I knew you would have a great one! I check your blog every day. Thank for a great directions!

Melissa said...

Thank you, Kim! And thanks for the beefcake, too - you made my mom's day (shes is still woo-hooing)!

Nicole said...

This would be a fabulous mat for all year with a simple colour change.

Thearica said...

I bought my fabric for the tablerunner today! :)

Crystal said...

These projects have all been so very cute - and perfect for a beginning quilter like me! Thanks for sharing your inspiration, the tutorial - and your humour :))

Angela D. said...

What a cute runner! Thanks for the opportunity.

Diane said...

Beautiful runner. Thanks for the tutorial.

Bonnie Booy said...

Beautiful Table Runner! I love heart patterns and this is a great one. Thank you! Bonnie

Sara said...

I love your quilt runner, I'm bookmarking it for sure!

Adele said...

I'm new to quilting and love holiday things. Small projects like this are very appealing plus it give me practice learning new things. Thanks so much for the pattern.

Adele said...

I'm new to quilting and love holiday things. Small projects like this are very appealing plus it give me practice learning new things. Thanks so much for the pattern.

Always Sewing said...

Thanks for a great pattern! Love the colors and great fabric choices. Thank you for a wonderful giveaway.

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