Downloadable St. Nick Table Runner Pattern
This table runner includes basic instructions for the appliqué, there are many on-line sources for detailed “How To’s”. You may use any thread of your choosing or the Sulky brand we have listed. You may appliqué using a blanket stitch and straight stitch on your machine, or by hand, its up to you. There are many ways to transfer designs to fabric, flannel can be a bit more challenging. We recommend a white quilt marker or even a light color, colored pencil, Prismacolor pencils work great and are easily removed after. You may choose to draw your stitching lines for the embroidery free hand to add interest, but you can use any other method of choice to transfer the lines from the templates provided.
St. Nick is easy to make with simple to follow instructions.
Our samples were made with flannel by Maywood Studio
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This pattern is a PDF download, no product will be shipped.
Sizing / Finished Measurements:
- 12 x 42
- Fabric, batting and backing requirements included in pattern.
- Fusible Web, we recommend Soft Fuse
Notions and Such:
Matching thread for seams.
For appliqué: Coordinating thread of choice OR
- We used the following Sulky 12 wt. Cotton Petites:
- (Item numbers are Sulky, color names are not)
- DEEP RED 712-1169
- BLACK 712-1005
- LT OFF WHITE 712-1071
- OFF WHITE 712-1082
- DEEP GREEN 712-0175
- MED GREY GREEN 712-0630
- MED RED 712-1039
- DEEP GOLD 712-1826
- DUSTY PINK 712-1119
- LT MOCHA BROWN 712-0521
- Buttons: Twelve 3/16 inch red, four black, two 1/8 inch black.
You Will Also Need:
- Rotary cutter, mat and ruler.
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©2017 The Quilt Factory/Debra Grogan. All rights reserved. This pattern may not be reproduced or shared. Pattern may be used by one person for personal use or to make finished goods for charities, sale in retail and on-line shops or craft fairs, but may not be mass produced. We have made every attempt to provide you with accurate information, if you have any questions please email us at: Deb@thequiltfactory.com