Christmas Train Applique

Welcome! I have teamed up with Michael Miller Fabrics to bring you this fun Christmas Train Applique Contest. *This contest is over but the tutorial is still a great one! This blog post contains affiliate links at no cost to you.

Here is the link for the FREE Train Applique PDF download.

Make your own version of this Train Applique, I can’t wait to see what you create!

Train Applique Video Tutorials:

Learn how to sew this adorable train applique with this video tutorial HERE.

Learn how to sew any applique onto your projects using one of these 4 ways taught in this video tutorial HERE.

Applique Sewing Items I used:

Michael Miller Fabric I used:

Table Runner Measurements:

If you want to make the exact table runner that I did for my train applique then follow these measurements:

Fabric Cut List:

  • All Fabrics used are Michael Miller Fabrics
  • Center Fabric: Cut at 11.5″ by 41″ (Fairy Frost Bling Fabric)
  • Boarder Fabric: Cut three 2.5″ Strips from Selvage to Selvage (Fairy Frost Evergreen Fabric)
  • Low Loft Fusible Fleece for the middle.
  • Backing Fabric: Larger then the top, I sewed two pieces together to make a 19″ by 49″ piece (Corn Cob Snowman Fabric)
  • Binding: Cut three 2.5″ Strips (Holiday Plaid Red Fabric)
  • If you are doing the added Applique you will also need HeatnBond Light or HeatnBond Featherlight as well as some fun scrap fabrics.

The Table Runner finishes at 45″ by 15.5″

How to Make the Table Runner:

  • All seams are sewn at 1/4″ Seam Allowance, Press the seams open as you go.
  • Sew the Boarder strips along the top and bottom of the center fabric. Trim the ends to be flush.
  • Cut the third Boarder strip in half and sew to either short end of the table runner. Trimming the ends to be flush as well.
  • Add the fusible fleece to the back of the table runner top following the fusible instructions.
  • Attach your Applique, to learn how to do this follow this tutorial here.
  • Stitch the Applique in place, to learn how to do this follow this in depth tutorial here.
  • Lay the backing fabric wrong side face up, laying the table runner top on top of it face up. Pin together the layers prepping it for quilting.
  • Follow this tutorial to learn how to Quilt and Bind your table runner.

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