Santa in the Trees Makes a Fun and Festive Runner

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A cute Santa stands among the trees in this fun and festive table runner. Use a variety of prints for a scrappy look or solids for a modern look and enjoy how it makes everyone smile.

The trees are easy to piece while the Santa is made with fusible applique. This is a quick and easy project that you can have on your table in just a few hours.

Santa in the Trees Table Runner Pattern

Santa in the Trees Table Runner Pattern

Santa in the Trees Table Runner Pattern

Runner by Margtom.

A section of the runner makes a charming throw pillow. The following example is by Erica Loomis.

Santa in the Trees Table Runner Pattern

Once completed the runner designed by Cynthia Muir from Ahhh Quilting is 13″ x 50″.

Click here to purchase the “Santa in the Trees Table Runner” pattern.

A companion quilt depicts Santa standing in a forest of trees. It will be a fabulous addition to your Christmas decor. Hang it on a wall or drape it over a couch for a festive spot of color.

Santa in the Trees Quilt Pattern

Santa in the Trees Quilt PatternOther color palettes work beautifully in both the quilt and the runner. The sample below is by Sheila Alexander, made for her granddaughter who loves a blue Christmas theme.

Santa in the Trees Quilt Pattern

The completed quilt is 50″ x 60″ and is also a relatively quick and easy project.

Click here to purchase the “Santa in the Trees Quilt” pattern.



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