Jolly Holidays…and a free gift!

I made grand plans to make LOTS of handmade gifts this year. So far, I have finished at least eight handmade gifts, and I have about seven more gifts and four stockings left to make. After all, Christmas is about the giving, not the buying, the shopping, and the getting! So, I’m giving of myself as much as I can this year! I started a batik Christmas table runner Saturday afternoon, and I actually finished binding it on Sunday evening! It is so rare for me to start and finish something within a short span of time, I even surprised myself! So here it is, made up sans pattern…I just started cutting and piecing…and voila!I love these Hoffman batiks, all Christmas patterns, poinsettias, holly leaves, berries, and such yummy deep colors! Would you like a runner like this for yourself? Or like to make one for a gift? Well, today is your lucky day!
No, I’m not giving this one away, it’s already earmarked as a gift for someone on my list, but…I wrote up a pattern for this runner and I am giving IT away as my holiday thank you to all the wonderful crafters I have met in the blogosphere who inspire me and motivate me every time I log in!
So, without further adieu, I will send anyone who asks in the comments, or emails me for the pattern, a PDF pattern to make my Jolly Holly Table Runner. **Please be sure you leave me an email to reach you!

Enjoy!………and HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!!

P.S. I’d love it if you posted about my free gift pattern on your blog and directed more quilters my way, the more I can give away, the merrier!!!!!

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38 thoughts on “Jolly Holidays…and a free gift!

  1. Yes, I want the pattern. I’m so far behind on my gift-making. Been hectic at work, so here’s hoping I can accomplish a lot this weekend.Thanks!

  2. Wow, eight finished projects – very impressive! I think I need to start making Christmas gifts in January! I would love to make your table runner pattern. I love your sample. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Doris, your runner is beautiful! I love those batiks. I would also love to receive your pattern–what a great gift!You’re definitely making it a handmade holiday–it was fun looking at your creations:)Thanks so much…Marilyn

  4. I always tell myself that I will start all these projects in January and still find that I wait way too long to start. ๐Ÿ™‚The table runner is beautiful and will make a lovely addition to someone’s home. I would really appreciate the pattern. I love your cards too. You have been busy.

  5. this is a beautiful runner! Thank you so much for making a pattern! I would love to have it! I can make one for my Best friend since childhood! I will post a link on my blog tomorrow as I already did 2 posts today -hehe

  6. I have just discovered your blog and I would love this pattern. Thanks so much for sharing it. Best wishes to you and your family for a very merry Christmas.

  7. Oh, I really like that table runner. I know it is Christmas Eve – and you are busy…But whenever you have a chance I would love to have that pattern.nhsara at comcast dot net

  8. Hi Doris,I am catching up on my reading at Sew Mama Sew and just read about your Batik table runner. I would love to have the pattern. I have fallen in love with table runners lately. They finish up quickly and my ego could use the boost of finishing something ๐Ÿ™‚

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