So many freebies so little time! Enjoy this weeks inspiration and free patterns from around the web.
I found this great tutorial for the table runner I just have to share. Visit Addy Lou Creates for her wonderful directions.
Christmas Cheer Tree Table Runner
I have gotten several requests to email this pattern. It is very popular. Please note, it is not my pattern, I am sharing the link here where you can download it from the designer. http://www.addyloucreates.com/handmade-christmas-cheer-tree-table-runnertutorial/
I love this pattern for the tree skirt. Do not think I am up to the challenge this year, but.... It is a pattern designed by RaNae Merrill that first appeared in American Quilter's November 2010 issue and now the pattern is available to download for free. Did I mention I love it! The website requires you to join in order to access the pattern, but membership is free.
With all the baking we do this time of year I thought I would present you with an oven mitt pattern I found. I have not made any quilted potholders yet, but keep seeing patterns that catch my attention. Another for the list of "one of these days." Next time I am at a quilt shop I need to remember to pick up some Insul-Bright. I think these could make a cute gift with a wooden spoon and a recipe tucked inside. (And what a great stash-buster too.) You will need to join the website to access the free patterns, but again, membership is free.
Taking it a stitch at a time,
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