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Look at the adorable and so playful moose, bears, beaver, birds, raccoons and more, as they join in all the winter fun in the snow! Rich colors of red, green and browns, along with the animal antics, and the border of bright cheery peppermint candies in this table runner, would certainly bring happy holidays into your home!

Backing is done with cream colored muslin. The binding consists of 2 layers of fabric, that are machine stitched to the runner, using a decorative quilting stitch, for a clean, finished look.

I have quilted this on my longarm quilting machine using almond colored thread, in a pattern of densely quilted circles, adding strength and durability.

The cotton fabrics and thread used to assemble this "Quilt Sew Special" table runner are quality products, and the batting is 80/20 Heirloom by Hobbs (cotton/polyester) .

Runners aren't just for the dining room table any more---they look great in just about any room, so use your imagination!

I suggest to machine wash in cold water, using the delicate cycle, and air dry or tumble dry on very low heat. The table runner has not been pre-laundered, so you could expect a slight shrinkage, especially if the dryer is used.

Size: 16 1/4" width by 39" length (approximate)

SALE Handmade Christmas Moose, Bears, and other woodland animals play in snow, red, green, holly Quilted Table Runner

$25.00

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Quilted Fabric, Fabric, cotton, heirloom batting, longarm quilting, professional quilting
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 30 reviews
  • Favorited by: 36 people