Third in our Memory Lane series, Snowball Delivery is a both a continuation of December… and a joyous January! Santa is so happy to have the Christmas rush over, and it’s time to cut loose and celebrate! Not everybody knows it, but Santa’s a big car enthusiast! He has old cars stashed in snowbanks all over around his workshop. In the off season, he and the elves switch gears (pun intended!) to work on his next fun ride! This year he’s debuting his street rodded T-Bucket! This two ended table runner could just as easily be made into a one sided wall hanging, by removing some of the pieced rows. So… choose the snowman and truck… choose Santa’s T-Bucket… or choose both!
Table runner measures 21 1/2" x 57 1/2". 1 yard stitchery background and snowball blocks fabric 1/2 yard white muslin to back stitchery blocks 3/4 yard borders and piecing 1/2 yard light print for piecing 1/8 yard each of five or more dark red prints for snowball block corners (you only need a 1 1/2"x WOF strip of each) 1/2 yard dark red print for snowball block corners and binding Quilt batting 27" x 65" Quilt backing 27" x 65" 01 or 005 brown Pigma pen Light box for tracing your embroidery patterns Artist’s paper blending stumps Emery board/nail file Size 4 round watercolor brush Jacquard Textile #100 Colorless Extender Freezer paper Embroidery hoop (I like a 5" thin-sided, spring tension hoop) #7 embroidery needle Loctite Fun-Tak Mounting Putty (for removing most pencil tinting mistakes before fixative is added)