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An easy project to whip up! This table runner and place mat pattern is perfect for all those large-scale prints that have been giving you that come-hither look. Quick-to-stitch and super trendy, the finished project makes for a great gift for any special person in your life. You can jazz up the finished look by adding some extra stitches here and there, embellishments, and your favorite fabrics. Finished sizes: Table runner: 15" x 47" Place mats: 14" x 18 1/2" each

Fat Quarter Table Topper Patterns - EZ Breezy Quilt As You Go Table Runner & Place Mat Pattern

DIY Christmas Angel  All you need is a tomato garden cage, grape vine spears, fir tree branches, fairy lights, and ribbon. Flip tomato cage upside down so the stick ends, that go in the ground are facing up. Place the grape vine ball on stick ends for a head. Put fir tree branches, stick ends into the head and let them drape down as dress. Find two longer ones you can bend as Angel wings tie with rope to her body. Add fairy lights to wings and put lights and ribbon under to dress.

Ask your local home improvement for Christmas tree clippings. Use green floral wire to tie them on. Put led light on tomato cage first for a beautifully lit angel

Eye candy - looks like a great way to use scraps for the 16-patch! Love the gray and white HSTs.

DIY your photo charms, compatible with Pandora bracelets. Make your gifts special. Make your life special! I love this quilt! Could be good for my charm packs

Hobo Rails. Simple, but beautiful. Love the colors.

Hobo Rails uses precut 2 Jelly Roll strips for a scrappy approach -- or cut your own for a more planned palette. Either way, your lovely Rail Fence blocks will look fabulous. It's also fat-quarter friendly! Size: About x Skill Level: Beginner

Rag quilt | How Do It

Yellow, gray, black and white patchwork rag quilt. Made with love for baby Cieply! Still needs binding, but other than that, it is finished:) I LOVE how it turned out! by taren madsen