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Quilting the Victorian Table Runner: Guestpost by Kari Schell from On Point Quilter

Hi Everyone,

I would like to introduce you to Kari Schell, On Point Quilter, a fellow quilt designer and teacher who has posted a great tutorial on how to quilt the Victorian Table Runner her blog: 

On Point Quilter

So here it is in Kari's words:

Quilting a Victorian Table Runner

Guest Blog Post by Kari Schell from On Point Quilter.

Years ago saw a Victorian Table Runner at Quilted Treasures in Rogers and immediately needed to buy the pattern and make the quilt.  I don't remember who the recipient of the gifted table runner was. But the table runner remains a favorite of mine.

Fast forward to a week ago... a customer brought me her Victorian Table Runner.  She wanted something "custom".

This table runner can present a bit of a challenge for long-arm quilters as problems can develop if you are not careful around the fold-back curves. Also - because of the nature of the fold back technique there can be some slight variation from unit to unit.

I spent some time in Art and Stitch creating two major designs that I think complement the Victorian Table Runner and would keep me away from the fold-back curves.  Art and Stitch is digitizing software for machine quilters and embroiderers.

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Victorian Table Runner by Southwind Designs
Fast forward to a week ago... a customer brought me her Victorian Table Runner.  She wanted something "custom".

This table runner can present a bit of a challenge for longarm quilters as problems can develop if you are not careful around the fold-back curves. Also - because of the nature of the fold back technique there can be some slight variation from unit to unit.

Using Art and Stitch I created two major designs that complements the Victorian Table Runner.
My Art and Stitch video tutorai will share with you my process for creating one of the designs - which I am calling Victorian Scroll.
Here are some pictures of the finished quilt.  This quilt was pieced by Carolyn Oakes and will be on display at the Forest Lake Quilt show today (April 19th).  Thanks Carolyn for letting me share photos of your quilt!
quilting designs
Victorian Table Runner pieced by Carolyn Oakes and quilted by Kari Schell
Victorian Table Runner Quilting Designs
Victornian Table Runner Close Up of Block and Quilting
Victorian Table Runner quilting designs
Victorian Table Runner Close-Up of Corner
Here is Annette's cover quilt from the pattern with the quilting designs super imposed on her quilt.
Victorian Table Runner Quilting Designs
Victorian Table Runner - Sothwind Designs Cover Quilt (copyright by Annette Ormales). Quiting designs (copyright by Kari Schell) .

Featured Products - Victorian Table Runner Quilting Designs

Victorian Table Runner Quilting Designs
Victorian Table Runner Full Quilt Layout
Victorian Table Runner Digital Quilting Bundle:

Includes all the designs listed below, plus a layout to show suggested placement of the quilting designs.  These designs are suitable for all major quilting systems.

Piecing pattern must be purchased separately from Southwind Designs.

Individual quilting designs total $30.  Bundle on sale for $10.

Purchase quilting designs here.

Victorian Table Runner Quilting Designs
Victorian Table Runner Scroll Sashing
Victorian Table Runner Quilting Designs
Victorian Table Runner Scroll Pantograph
Victorian Scroll Sashing or Pantograph

This would work well for any narrow sashing settings.

The pantograph should be stitched with a 50% offset for alternate rows.

Regular $7.50.  On sale for $3.25.

Purchase here.

Victorian Table Runner Quilting Designs
Victorian Table Runner Eight Pointed Star Block Quilting Design
Victorian Star Block

This block design would work well for any eight pointed star (particularly if you don't want to quilt into the corners).

​Regular $7.50.  On sale for $3.25.

​Purchase here.

Victorian Table Runner Quilting Designs
Victorian Table Runner Border Scroll
Victorian Border Scroll

This triple scroll is sized to fit perfectly in the border of a Victorian Table runner.

Regular $7.50.  On sale for $3.25.

​Purchase here.

Victorian Table Runner Quilting Designs
Victorian Table Runner Block Triple Scroll
 
Victorian Block Triple Scroll

This triple scroll is sized to fit the blocks of a Victorian Table runner.

Regular $7.50.  On sale for $3.25.

Purchase here.















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