Monday, July 22, 2019

Christmas Collection Blog Hop Day #1 - Let's Gather Table Runner

Welcome to Masterpiece Quilting's Christmas Collection Blog Hop!  For the next two weeks, myself and an incredibly talented group of bloggers will be sharing projects from my book with you. 

My Christmas Collection book is available on Amazon and features 11 projects perfect for decorating the dining, living and bedroom of your home for Christmas.  I am a firm believer in quick, easy yet stylish decor and all of these projects bring loads of style and function for your Holiday needs.  

No other project could be more perfect to lead off this blog hop than my Let's Gather Table Runner.  After all, that's what we are doing - gathering quilters for this amazing blog hop! 

When family and friends gather, nothing sets the mood better than a beautiful table runner. Here are a few photos of my traditional green, red and gold version of Let's Gather that is in the book. 

I can't wait to share with you the versions of Let's Gather the guest bloggers have made - they are so amazing! 
Check out the beautiful projects by Kate and Terri:

 Kate Starcher  of Katie Mae Quilts  
 Terri Vanden Bosch of Lizard Creek Quilting

I am blown away by how gorgeous their table runners are and how Christmas patterns don't always have to be traditional colors. 

As part of the blog hop, I am giving away 3 digital copies of the Let's Gather Table Runner pattern.  In the comments, share what colors you would use to make this table runner.  The winner will be selected at the end of the blog hop on Sunday August 4, 2019. 

Actually, the traditional Christmas version wasn't my first pick of colors for Let's Gather.  Originally I designed it as a Fall table runner.  The single pattern is available for pdf download in my Bluprint store or as both pdf and paper pattern in my Etsy store where I also have kits available for this version. 


  1. I could easily see this being done for each season or holiday. I would love to make it in red white and blue or I love the Aunt Gracie's style for just everyday. So many options. I love it in the traditional Christmas colors. I think a beautifuly black w/gold Christmas fabrics would make a very elegant table runner.

  2. I love blue and white at Christmas - I have some snowflake dishes that would love a new runner!

  3. Oh, this is so pretty! I'd make one in maroon, dark green and black to match my best friend's dining room...I'm sure she'd love it! duchick at gmail dot com

  4. I can see this in Navy, Lime, and Purple, as a bed runner for my nephew's bed. I think he would love it!

  5. I would like to see this in blues and cream to match my hallway

  6. I would love to do this in traditional red and green.