Fast & Fun Blog Hop featuring Snow Goose

Welcome to my stop on the Fast & Fun Blog Hop hosted by Villa Rosa Designs! I’m so excited to share my project, Snow Goose, and to help give some prizes away! If this is your first time visiting, welcome. I hope you’ll look around and make sure to check out my free tutorials. You can also sign up for my newsletter for all of the latest quilt-y news (and receive a free pattern).

Fast & Fun Blog Hop hosted by Villa Rosa Designs. My stop on the hop features the Snow Goose pattern card. Table runner made by Julie @ The Crafty Quilter.

Fast & Fun Blog Hop

The Fast & Fun Blog Hop includes a talented group of bloggers who were asked to make a project from a choice of 5 patterns from the Villa Rosa Designs (VRD) Rose Cards. These quick and easy patterns are the size of a post card and very affordably priced. You can purchase this same set of 5 Rose Cards for the bundle price of $8.95 at Villa Rosa Designs.

This blog hop is fast because all of the patterns are designed to be made fast. And it’s fun because there are lots of amazing prizes! Each blogger gets to choose 6 readers from their comments to be eligible for prizes. All the details for entering can be found at the end of this blog post. (UPDATE: January 30, 2023 – Giveaway is now closed)

My project – Snow Goose

I am a huge fan (and user) of table runners. When I saw the Snow Goose Rose Card, I new it was the project for me! I made this quilt in four days, including basting, quilting and binding it. It now sits on my table and I love it so much!

Fast & Fun Blog Hop hosted by Villa Rosa Designs. My stop on the hop features the Snow Goose pattern card. Table runner made by Julie @ The Crafty Quilter.
Fast & Fun Blog Hop hosted by Villa Rosa Designs. My stop on the hop features the Snow Goose pattern card. Table runner made by Julie @ The Crafty Quilter.

This pattern is designed to work with a jelly roll (2.5″ precut strips). Since I don’t own many jelly rolls, I found a 5″ charm pack of Blue Barn by Laundry Basket Quilts for Moda which contains the perfect colors for me. One charm pack along with a few squares from my scraps was all I needed for the top of this table runner. I had to adjust the cutting dimensions slightly, but it was VERY easy to do and resulted in a table runner that is 10″ x 45″ rather than 10″ x 50″.

Blue Barn Charm Pack by Laundry Basket Quilts for Moda

The quilting was done with simple straight lines 1/4″ on each side of the long seams. I like the way this quilting style makes this runner look more like a home décor piece and less of a quilt.

Fast & Fun Blog Hop hosted by Villa Rosa Designs. My stop on the hop features the Snow Goose pattern card. Table runner made by Julie @ The Crafty Quilter.


There are many opportunities to win great prizes during the blog hop! All you have to do is hop from blog to blog every day from January 19th through January 26th to see which quilt each blogger made and to find out how to register for prizes on each blog.

(UPDATE: January 30, 2023 – Giveaway is now closed)

Prizes include:

  1. Villa Rosa Designs is giving away a 2023 Blog Hop Rose Card pattern collection on each participating blog.
  2. Prizes have been donated by some amazing sponsors and even from some of the bloggers, too! These prizes are divided into 2 different categories —
    • Grand Prize Boxes (of which there are 2) are filled with tons of quilting goodies including books, fabric, precuts, notions, patterns, and more.
    • Individual Prizes (each blogger will select 3 winners on their blog) which may be books, patterns, fat quarter bundles, 5″ squares, 2 1/2″ strips, 10″ squares, notions, and more.
  3. Individual bloggers may be offering their own prize for their blog, including me! I’m giving away a prize package to one winner that includes one charm pack, 3 VRD Rose Cards, my Arrow Stone quilt pattern, and a few other goodies. Just leave a comment to enter – see guidelines below.

How to enter the giveaways

(UPDATE: January 30, 2023 – Giveaway is now closed). All you have to do is leave a comment on this blog post to be eligible to win a prize. Here are the rules:

  • Leave a comment (about anything) at the end of this blog post.
  • One entry per person only.
  • You can enter at each participating blog – see their blog post for details.
  • The giveaway will be open until January 29, 2023, at midnight, PST.
  • Everyone is eligible to win prizes. Please note that winners outside the USA will receive a digital set of the 2023 Blog Hop Rose Card pattern collection.
  • Winners will be announced the beginning of February 2023. Prizes will be shipped in February 2023.
  • No purchase is necessary to win prizes.


Thank you to these sponsors who have generously donated some great prizes for this Hop! 

Blog Hop Schedule

01/19/23 ThursdayVilla Rosa Designs
01/20/23 FridayFrom Bolt to Beauty
Kathleen McMusing
Jaftex Companies
01/21/23 SaturdayPieceful Thoughts
Little Penguin Quilts
01/22/23 SundayQuilt With A View
01/23/23 MondayCheryl’s Teapots 2 Quilting
Devoted Quilter
Quilts of Valor Foundation
01/24/23 TuesdayNeedle and Foot
Am I shouting Yet?
Electric Quilt
01/25/23 WednesdayThe Crafty Quilter
Jo’s Country Junction
Keepsake Quilting
Stitchin at Home
01/26/23 ThursdayVilla Rosa Designs Wrap Up Post

A big shout out to Tricia at Villa Rosa Designs for organizing this blog hop and to all of the sponsors for your support. I’ve really enjoyed seeing everyone’s quilts and getting to know Villa Rosa Designs.

Fast & Fun Blog Hop hosted by Villa Rosa Designs. My stop on the hop features the Snow Goose pattern card. Table runner made by Julie @ The Crafty Quilter.

I hope you feel inspired to try out a pattern from the VRD Rose Card collection. There are 100’s to choose from and all of their patterns are well written and easy to make. Thanks for visiting and good luck in the giveaway!

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  1. Jo sent me! I love your table runner! Those blues and creams are my home colors. They’re just so classic together! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Thank you for showing your Snow Goose table runner and how you adapted the pattern. I like to use table runners too.

  3. Your table runner is just the perfect size. I love the colors. I love small projects. But I am drawn to large projects that take too long to finish. I am in the time of my life were I am just finishing up those forgotten projects but my path leads me to these wonderful smal projects that inspire me to create. Thank you for sharing your inspiration!

  4. Beautiful blues for your snow goose! The charm packs make it so easy to mix and match fabrics. Thanks for sharing and tge inspiration

  5. Oh dear! And this is why I get so little quilting done. I spend too much time drooling over what everyone else has made. I gather lots of ideas and get super inspired, but I have trouble not clicking the next link. Although I make a lot of table runners, I don’t use them in my own home, but I do like what you call “the decorator look” that makes the item more appealing to me.

  6. Your blog site is very pleasing to the eye. It’s fresh and pretty, clean lined. Seems like everyody that’s made the runner has done it in blue and white! Yours is very pretty. VRD patterns are like candy, you take one you like and all of a sudden you have way more than a handful. The app is great. When you move a pattern into your ‘what I own’ area, it puts it there in alphabetical order. So cool.

  7. I love your table runner especially the way you quilted it. It is beautiful in its simplicity. I have some Villa Rosa cards but have yet to create anything from them. I must remedy that this year. Thanks for your participation in the Hop.

  8. I have enjoyed visiting the blog hop this week. So many beautiful creations using the Villa Rose patterns. My favorite is Nantucket.

  9. I’m enjoying seeing all the variations in how you interpret villa Rosa patterns. The Blue fabric is gorgeous in the table runner. LBQ fabric colors are my favorite to use.

  10. Love the Villa Rosa patterns. They are so easy to make. The only drawback is that they are so small, I need to come up with a way to store them so I can find them again.

    Jo sent me. Thank you for the blog hop.

    1. I thought I would use those old photo albums that you can put 4 pictures in a sleeve. 2 on each side. I haven’t looked for the sleeves yet so hope they still make them. Then put them in a 3 ring binder.

  11. Your Snow Goose table runner os beautiful and sophisticated. Thanks for putting my name in the hat to win a prize from the blog hop.

  12. I definitely like the way you quilted the table runner. I’m trying to do more of my own and love to see ideas!

  13. Lovely site. This is my first blog hop and I am totally enjoying getting to know new artist. Thank you for the opportunity to win by hosting your own drawing too.

  14. I love the Villa Rosa card patterns. I’ve made a few and really like this table runner. I have a jelly roll of blues that I’ve been saving for something….and this just might be
    I would make mine a little longer than 50″ to fit on my dining room table.
    Thanks for all you do for all of us.

  15. Love your runner and the colors you chose! I like the idea of being able to use the 5″ charms’ too!
    Thank you for your Blog.

  16. Your table runner is lovely. I like to have lots of table runners in different colors and for different seasons. The snow goose pattern would be perfect for that.

  17. I’ve really enjoyed this hop; I’m meeting lots of new quilters! I agree with you about quilting the runner and how it changes the appearance. I’ll need to remember that trick.

  18. I love how your Snow Goose turned out! I love table runners, too!

    I signed up for your mailing list.

  19. Beautiful table runner. I would like to give this pattern a try, thanks for sharing the option of using the charm packs!

  20. I really like the Laundry Basket charm colors. It’s good to know the patterns are adaptable with very little trouble.

  21. Sounds like a great runner to make quickly! Yours turned out amazing using a charm pack. Did you use up the whole charm pack?

  22. I love your Snow Goose runner. I have started using table runners more for side tables, shelves, etc. I even have a small “runner” on top of my toilet to dress up the somewhat boring bathroom.

  23. Beautiful table runner. Clever idea using 5” squares & scrapes in place of 2-1/2” strips. Love the pattern! I am a big fan of the post card patterns.

  24. Your table runner turned out beautifully, and your use of the pattern just shows that patterns are guides, not a list of must-do rules. Thanks for sharing it.

  25. I think Snow Geese will be the first pattern I try if I win the pattern set. I have some leftover Kansas troubles fat quarters that I think would look really good. Jo sent me

  26. Love your Snow Goose table runner with rich blue tones! Thank you for being a part of the Blog Hop. I enjoyed your website, which gave me more inspiration to quilt.

  27. I truly get inspired from all creativity, although I also feel quite the ‘newb’. I did some runners for Xmas this year and may have a new one in mind now! Tx!

  28. I love the fabric you chose for your project. Love the blues!!! Thanks for sharing and participating in the blog hop. Very inspiring!!!

  29. Love this tablerunner. Villa Rose patterns are awesome fun to use. Love how you quilted it,simple. Thanks a bunch.

  30. What a great blog you have… I am subscribing as I am interested in your topics & tutorials etc. I even watched your machine binding tutorial before I looked at anything else.. very helpful & very complete.. thank you. Your Snow Goose table runner is nicely done. Thank you for participating in this blog hop.

  31. I love your choice of fabrics on your quilt!! Those blues were perfect! Thanks for joining in on the blog hop and sharing your creativity with us. And especially, thanks for giving us a chance to win lots of great prizes!! 🙂 Blessings, Vivian wvoaks at comcast dot net

  32. Hi, this has been my first virtual shop hop and I’m lovin it! Villa Rosa is fairly new to me- I was part of a shop hop a few years ago & visited her shop. I’ve now had a chance to order her VRD cards & will be using a on a few of my panels…so happy about that. May even try yours as I adore sewing flying geese. Thx! Sadie [email protected]

  33. Your table runner is beautiful! The blues are perfect for this time of year! I love to make table runners. It is quick quilting gratification!

  34. I enjoyed seeing your quilting on this table runner. I’m not good with free motion quilting but always wonder how to quilt it together. Thanks for the ideas!

  35. Hi Julie,
    Jo sent me but I am already subscribed to your channel too! Your runner came out Awesome and looks perfect on your table! Thanks for sharing.

  36. Love your Snow Goose table runner! It looks lovely on your table. This blog hop has been so fun! Thank you. Jo sent me!

  37. Thanks for the Hop! I really like the Baby Zip pattern….I have been using your pattern cards for years. I love the size of the patterns and the affordability of them.

  38. I love the colors in your table runner! It would look nice on my table!! Thank you for the chance to win! Jo sent me.

  39. Love your table runner! I have lots of blue fabrics I collected for a quilt project years back and I this looks like a good way to use them! Thank you!

  40. Love the blue colors you used in the Snow Geese table runner. Perfect for these winter days. Thanks for sharing and JoSentMe

    1. Love the colors in this runner. It sent me down a rabbit hole to see if I could find them in stock somewhere! Beautiful runner.
      I was sent by Jo

  41. Love your tablerunner! I have lots of blues I collected for a quilt years back and this looks like a good project to use them up!

  42. I am an avid, happy table runner maker and user too! They are always an appreciated gift and it’s a project that can be made in a few days without it likely getting set in the WIP pile. I also like your idea of simple quilting lines to make the runner look more like home decor rather than a quilt. Beautiful work, as always!

  43. Jo sent me!
    I enjoyed reading your blog. Your comment about how to quilt can make a piece look like home decor had me thinking. Your snow goose turned out very nice. Table runners are so easy to decorate with, I love making them.

  44. Hi Julie! I’m a long time follower and I love to see what you’re working on. I love your table runner and I’d like to make one for my dining room table so hopefully I win the pattern! Thanks for your inspiration!

  45. Hi Julie! Oh, I just love the fabrics you used for this table runner. The prints coupled with the simple quilting allow for a just gorgeous ending. Thanks for sharing your inspiration. {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

  46. Blue is my favourite Color and I was thrilled that we can use a charm pack. I am Having a grand time following the blogs.

  47. I’m loving reading all these quilting blogs! I haven’t mastered the flying geese yet they always come out wonky. Everyone says I need the flying geese ruler but in my struck budget I can’t afford another ruler..still a beginner with all this so I’m reading and watching all. Videos I can..keep up the beautiful quilting

  48. Your runner is quite nice. It might work well for the top of my piano. This blog hop has been a lot of fun. I’m finding blogs I’ve not followed before. Jo sent me. Thanks for being a part of the blog hop.

  49. Enjoyed the suggestion of the charm pack for making this table runner. Thinking I might give it a try and make it scrappy!

  50. In the midst of working on several big projects, it is always fun and satisfying to fit in a small project and enjoy the results right away! Your runner looks really pretty on your table.

  51. Julie really like your choice of fabric and color for this runner. Your host did an awsome job and sponcers are great. No entry necessary.
    I just stopped by to catch up with you. I have been following you and a few others you though. Your like neighbors. I have been gone for a looong time. Due to working, health and mental Issues, the Doctors
    seem to think it’s due to meds fighting each other after a couple of surgerys . I go back Feb.3 for another adjustment of meds. Prayerfully THE FINAL ONE. They seem to think so. Then I go to have two mollers removed. But all dr.s are working together now. I’m totally blessed, it could have so much worse.
    I’ll be blogging again starting this Sat. Hope to see you.

  52. This is a great blog hop and I’m loving the new sites I’m finding. Now I need to get busy and make up some of the Villa Rosa Patterns that I already own.

  53. I also love to make and use table runners, probably because I can get them finished in a few days! Thanks for the chance to win!

  54. I really like the snow geese pattern and would like to make it as a wall hanging. Yours is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

  55. Snow Goose was the pattern that caught my eye the first time I saw it!! Just love it!! I definitely need to make a few of them!! Love yours!!

  56. Thanks for sharing your project for the blog hop! It’s lovely! It’s so helpful to hear when you can adapt a pattern to the fabric that you have on hand. I’m trying to work through my stash a little bit this year instead of buying for each new pattern, so it’s good to know that there is some flexibility in the size of fabric needed.

  57. Your table runner looks great! I am enjoying exploring your site and I like your style. I signed up to receive your Newsletter.

  58. I frequently use Villa Rosa patterns since I like many of their designs and the patterns are easy to follow. Your Snow Goose runner is beautiful and the colors are my favorite so I will put it on my “Quilts I Want to Make in 2023” list. I appreciate the help and inspiration you give me each time I read you emails.

  59. Your Snow Goose table runner looks great! I also enjoy reading your blog and have followed you for many years. Thanks for your inspiration =)

  60. Jo Kramer sent me to your blog–I’ll be back again!
    Really love your Snow Goose runner. I, too, love runners–a table is just undressed without one!

  61. I am a fan of the Villa Rosa cards. I have several favorites that I have used over and over for kids’ charity quilts.

  62. This has been such a fun hop! I love seeing all the variations of the patterns and have found new blogs to read!

  63. I’ve been following your blog for years and enjoy your style. I’ve been looking at the snow goose pattern to use a ‘couch runner’. we have thousands of geese fly over our farm daily and it would be the perfect winter runner. I am kitting up Lincoln Stars for my March retreat.

  64. I really like the Snow Goose pattern and the table runner you made. The idea of using charm pack makes it even better. Thank you.

  65. I have several Villa Rose patterns, altho9ugh I’m not sure I’ve actually made one yet. I like how the blog hop participants have adapted the patterns to their own needs. Thanks for showing your project.

  66. I love the fabrics you chose for Snow Goose. Always nice to be able to adapt a pattern to use what you have.

  67. Thanks for being part of the VRD blog hop and giving us tips on how to substitute if we don’t have what is required. I love your runner.

  68. I have bought these great patterns before. Just wish they were more available locally. Love your blue table runner.

  69. I admire your ingenuity using a charm pack instead of a jelly roll! And your quilt turned out beautifully. Thanks for sharing!!

  70. I like how you were able to adapt the pattern to use a charm pack instead of a jelly roll. Your table runner turned out very pretty!

  71. Love the Snow Goose pattern, I like making table runners because they are a quick and easy way to give as gifts.

  72. I love your version of Snow Geese, and appreciate your use of straight line quilting on the runner. I’ll be doing a version soon. LOL

  73. You just explained why I prefer straight line quilting for so many things! It really fits perfectly with your Snow Geese. Yes, I will be making it soon, and probably tweak the pattern a bit to fit my stash and decor……lol

  74. Love your choice and the fact that you figured out how to do it with charm squares! Thinking I need to sign up for your newsletter! Thanks for the chance to win the prizes!

  75. I soooooo appreciate the free shipping at Villa Rosa Designs. It is always my “go-to” for fabric and patterns.

  76. Flying geese are one of my favorite quilt blocks. Your color choice is beautiful. Villa Rosa patterns are great when you need a gift in a hurry.

  77. Hi Julie, beautiful table runner. I also love blue and Laundry Basket quilts. Thanks to VRD for the blog hop. Jo sent me.

  78. Beautiful runner. I am not a table runner user, but my mother-in-law is and gets quite a few from my sister-in-law and I because she’s otherwise hard to shop for!

  79. Oh goodness I missed this till today. I like the designs I see. Thank you I will go back and see the rest of the posts.

  80. I just love your color choices, the table runner is beautiful. I really like VRD cards because you can add rows to make it bigger or remove rows to make it smaller

  81. The table runner is gorgeous! Just my colours too!
    I haven’t used any of the Villa Rosa patterns yet. I think they may be in my future.

  82. Love your table runner! Blue and whites are my favorites and I have enough fabrics in my stash to make a lot of these. Thank you for sharing!

  83. I like the blues you selected. I’ve found it interesting how so many of the bloggers have adapted the patterns to work with what they have.

  84. I too am a fan of table runners and have one on my table at all times. Looking forward to following your blog and exploring your site.

  85. I like that the patterns are so easy to modify. You are not the first to say that and your Snow Goose runner is darling.

  86. One of the best things about this Hop for me has been meeting new bloggers as we made the projects for the Hop. I like your version of Snow Goose, and that one is on my list of must makes!

  87. I really like your fabrics and the way you quilted your table runner. Jo sent me on the blog hop. 🙂

  88. I appreciate that you made a conscious decision to do the straight line quilting rather than automatically cover every square inch with quilting.

  89. I love your Snow Goose and especially the colors. I make a lot of Villa Rosa table runners and have not yet tried Snow Goose but after seeing yours it might just be my next one.

  90. I have really enjoyed this blog hop. I love seeing how each quilter puts their own spin on each design. Your snow goose runner is lovely.

  91. I love your choice of blues for the table runner…I think I need the pattern…I have the rest…have a Beautiful Quilty day

  92. That is so true about the quilting making it look more like a decor piece than a quilt – I never thought of that before! Thanks for sharing that idea. I love your rendition. Blues are my favorite and I have the most of those. I’m hoping to do that same design in a throw size. Jo sent me and it’s been a great hop!

  93. Love your table runner.
    Always love visiting Villa Rosa when in Auburn and her online response time is excellent. Win win.

  94. Your table runner is beautiful! Never new about Villa Rosa Designs patterns. Just looked at their web site. So many patterns. Wow!

  95. I love your table runner. Snow Goose is my favorite pattern in this bundle. I appreciate the information you share in your blog – I’ve been following you for a long time!

  96. I love the cards. I also love the table runner. It is always fun to finds new quilting products.


  97. I love the quilting design you chose for Snow Goose. I am a big fan of yours and Villa Rose pattern cards.

  98. What a nice blog and website you have. I love your snow goose table runner! The colors would go perfect in my kitchen/dining room too. I will have to make Tricia’s VRD pattern with charms also and stash.

  99. Your runner is elegant. The name is beautiful and the fabric perfect. Thanks for such pretty inspiration.

  100. Don’t you just love Villa Rosa Designs. I have many of them and I believe I should add this Snow Goose. It would make a very nice gift for someone. Thanks for the tip about using 5 in Charm Squares too.

  101. Your use of blues are striking. You have made the spot to post comments very easy. Some I never found. Jo sent me.

  102. First time to your site will definitely be back to read more. Jo sent me here from her blog. The table runner is very nice and love the colors.

  103. I have been reading your blog for a few years and enjoy reading your post on life, family and fabric. Villa Rosa Designs offers so many cute patterns and I have used several for baby quilts and also some wedding quilts. I am a California Bay Area Native and have visited your local quilt shop several times, it is amazing the diversity of fabric choices at different quilt shops, can never leave one without coming home with new treasures.

  104. Julie, I love your blog and the cute ideas that you share. I’ve found many new designers through your recommendations. That Goose table runner is in my favorite colors.
    Thanks for all you do for the quilting community.

  105. Your Snow Goose table runner is lovely! I like the fact that its size is easily adjusted to fit whatever table you have. I enjoy reading your newsletter and have followed you for several years.

  106. I love your Snow Goose table runner. The blues are beautiful! I discovered the blog hop from Jo’s blog (Jo sent me!). Thank you for participating.

  107. Enjoy viewing your blog and the sewing and quilting projects you create. Thanks for the opportunity for a giveaway.

  108. You really picked a good one here! Those colors are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing and I will be sure to try this pattern out.

  109. I love your runner and your fabric choices are beautiful! Isn’t it amazing how versatile a charm pack can be? Thanks for sharing your ingenuity.

  110. Jo sent me. I really have to use straight line quilting in a future quilt of mine. Your straight line quilting is perfect for your Snow Goose runner. Thanks

  111. I really like your table runner! The quilting is simple but looks awesome. (I am going to copy you!) I’m glad you are participating so that I was able to discover you.

  112. Thank you for sharing your beautiful table runner. Love the hint of using a charm pack instead of using a jelly roll. Love the blues you used.

  113. Julie, good morning.
    I love the table runner pattern you chose to make from the VRD pattern. The colors, size and quilting are lovely. This is exactly the size that I need for my table. Where can I purchase this particular pattern?

  114. Very nice — might need to start using table runners myself! 🙂
    New here – came from Wendy’s. I think I will enjoy your blog very much going forward.

  115. Love your table runner and the fabric you chose. Blue is my favorite color. I also like to make table runners, projects I know I can quilt and finish. Thank you for your tutorials and blog.

  116. Lovely table runner. Thank you for sharing that you adapted charm squares to make this design. Particularly like your quilting of the project.

  117. I have only made one of the Villa Rosa patterns, though I have made it several times. I have several others that I am anxious to try out. If only there were more time in the day!

  118. I have many Villa Rosa patterns and find them quick and east to make. Your choice of blues for the Snow Goose table runner are perfect. Her fabric line is always fun to use. I liked how you quilted it and plan on making one and will quilt it that way. Thank you for the idea. I always get so many ideas from your postings. Thank you for all you do .

  119. I love Villa Rosa post card sized patterns and your blog! My favorites are of your Grandchildren’s and family photos.

  120. That really is a great pattern. It’s timeless and works with just about anything. I love your fabric choices though. I also wanted to add you have one of the most nicely designed blogs/websites I have seen this week.

  121. I have numerous patterns of yours and have enjoyed working on each of the different ones.
    The prices are the absolute best and so well done for any skill level.

  122. Hi Julie. I have enjoyed your blog for years… thank you for your tips & inspiration! I still remember how happy I was for you when Tula highlighted your mask pattern on one of her videos! Sew cool!

  123. Love your rendition of Snow Geese and it looks beautiful in your home! Isn’t it fun to stitch a quick project you can enjoy now? Glad you’re part of the Hop!!

  124. I love your blog! I always find such fun inspiration! Your table runner is stunning. I love that you shred how you altered the pattern just a bit to make the charm squares work. Those comments help me think outside the box and tap into my creativity. Thanks!

  125. I really like the more muted colors of your table runner – I don’t have a long table but it sure looks like I could adjust for our dinette in the RV!

  126. Your Snow Goose table runner is so nice! I enjoyed checking out your blog and have subscribed to your email update.

  127. I love how you quilted the table runner. I am always looking for new and easy ways to quilt table tops. I will try your Rose Card Collection. Thank you for setting this Hop.

  128. Your Snow Goose is beautiful! I love that you made it your own by adapting the pattern to fit the fabric you had. Your site is full of goodies….the QOV pattern is one I may have to try.

  129. I love your interpretation of the Snow Goose pattern! I also likedhow you quilted it, definitely making it look more like a home decor piece! Now I want to try it myself! Thanks!

  130. I enjoy reading your blog. Your guilts are always beautiful! Also your travels to visit your children!

  131. This is so exciting! I have never done this before and am really enjoying learning and seeing new things. I’m always looking for more fun projects to do.

  132. What a great combination of two of my favorites – the Crafty Quilter and Villa Rosa Designs! I have followed and made many quilts from both designers. Thanks, Julie! Your Snow Goose table runner is beautiful – a triple play in my book since LBQ is another favorite!

    1. I am also a big fan of table runners. I have been following you for several years and love your smaller projects. Wish I lived closer so I could take some of your in person classes.

      1. I have enjoyed following you the past few fact I am just finishing up ARROWSTONE. Can’t wait to get it quilted. I am so use to doing a block a month, this block a week was a little challenging, along with life’s bumps in the road and a long vacation I fell behind. I love the colors for you Snow Goose.

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