Christmas Quilt Show Entry by MJ Baker

This entry to the Christmas Quilt Show comes from MJ Baker, a non-blogger that has submitted her entry to SewCalGal via email.

MJ shared:

This is the second quilt project I made when I first started quilting. It’s the pattern “Braid Runner”… a quilt-in-place pattern. It’s a table runner that I made for my sister-in-law, the gal that first inspired me to start quilting, and I made a duplicate for my mom too.

It’s a great pattern.

Beautiful! I hope you enjoy seeing MJ’s skinny quilt in the Christmas Quilt Show too!

Here is a link to view all of the quilts in the 2010 Christmas Quilt Show. 

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21 thoughts on “Christmas Quilt Show Entry by MJ Baker”

  1. MJ, you did a wonderful job with this table runner. I love all your fabrics!Thanks so much for including the no blogger entries. These ladies really should consider blogging if possible. I am really enjoying the show!…Karen

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  2. I found Akiko’s whale pattern online last week and also ended up on Karen’s salvedge blog — you’d left a comment about wanting to make the whale and I didn’t know if anyone had answered your query. That little guy was featured in the April/May ’10 issue of SewNews. You can download a pattern for the individual pieces from here: http://www.sewnews.com/articles/Salvaged_Selvages There’s no assembly instructions and you do have to enlarge the pieces significantly to get the whale to the scale of all the pictures. I brought the image into my draw program, upped it appropriately, and made a PDF so I could tile the images for printing. I plan to do patchwork squares instead of salveges — and a polar fleece belly. *grin*

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