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8 Christmas Table Runner Patterns to Stitch Up This Weekend

8 Quilted Christmas Table Runner Patterns
After you’ve decked the halls and put tinsel on the tree, it’s time to dress your holiday table! A table topper or runner makes a great centerpiece for your family’s holiday meals. We’ve picked out some of our favorite Christmas table runner patterns from Bluprint indie designers. Pair them with your favorite holiday fabrics for a pretty table setting you can return to year after year.

Christmas Tree Table RunnerPhoto via Bluprint member Alexa’s World

1. Christmas Tree Table Runner (A FREE Pattern!)

This pretty Christmas table runner pattern includes rounded corners and bias cut binding for a great dining accent piece! Use foundation piecing to make the trees; a full foundation piecing tutorial is included. The finished table runner is 20″ x 36 1/2″.

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Gingerbread Christmas Table RunnerPhoto via Bluprint member 2strings

2. Gingerbread Christmas Table Runner

Appliqué a sweet gingerbread house table runner with candy canes and gumdrop trees. Finish your 16″ x 26″ mini quilt with free-motion quilting, and use it as a wall hanging or table topper. With fusible appliqué, this project goes together quickly.

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Jingle Goose table runnerPhoto via Bluprint member Jeli Quilts

3. Jingle Goose Table Runner

Green ombré flying geese pair together to make tiny Christmas trees on this 17″ x 40″ modern Christmas table runner pattern. The downloadable PDF includes fabric requirements and full-size templates so you can customize your own modern table runner.

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Lets Start Christmas Table RunnerPhoto via Bluprint member Sugarlane Designs by Wendy Bertello

4. Let’s Start Christmas Table Runner

Embroidery fans will love this sweet 49″ x 22″ Christmas table runner pattern, featuring small vignettes like a peaceful dove and “Noel” in square frames. Share your sentiments this Christmas with someone your love in nine sweet stitched patterns.

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Christmas Table Runner Pot HoldersPhoto via Bluprint member A Quilting Life Patterns

5. Christmas Table Runner & Pot Holders

A table topper and pot holder set makes a thoughtful gift for the holiday hostess in your family. Pick your favorite Christmas fabric prints and stitch a pair of 8″ x 8″ pot holders and an 8″ x 26″ runner with stars and squares. This is a great beginner quilting project!

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Christmas Star Table RunnerPhoto via Bluprint member Sky High Fibers

6. Christmas Star Table Runner

This elegant table runner with rich black, ivory and red prints is simple to make with very little matching of points. The pattern uses strip piecing, squares and triangles for fast and easy piecing.
The pattern is written for smaller table runner with five stars and for larger table runner with seven stars. 

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Christmas Tree Lane Holiday Table Runner
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7. Christmas Tree Lane Holiday Table Runner

May your days be merry and bright, just like the pops of pink and red in this modern Christmas table runner pattern. Patchwork triangles running up the two long sides form rows of evergreen trees, and a solid background makes the patterns really pop. This 16″ x 29″ patchwork runner is a quick project to make in a weekend.

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Merry and Bright Ornament Table Runner
Photo via Bluprint member Kimberbell Designs

8. Merry & Bright Ornament Table Runner

Add a little jingle jingle to your table with a bright and cheery holiday ornament table runner! The table topper measures 14 x 51″ finished, and features simple piecing and appliqué. As a bonus, you’ll get a free pattern for a 15″ x 29″ tea towel that coordinates.

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Thank you for the wonderful ideas and free patterns! Much appreciate.

Margaret Kelzach

Thank you for the free patterns. It’s a helps with using up some of my stash, for Christmas table runners.


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