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I used solid fabrics for my egg, but there are many cute Easter fabrics to choose from that would be perfect for this project. Use this pattern as a table runner or hang it on the wall as a pretty Easter wall art. It measures 16" x 22" and the design is exclusive to Cut, Stitch + Piece quilt designs.
Here are some projects that I've been working on last week. I finished this quilt and I really like it. I don't normally like square quilts but I like this one because of the beautiful flower fabric on it. It really looks like Fall to me.
Create a pretty wall hanging for your spring decor . . .
. . . or a sweet and cheery table runner.
Making an Off the wall table runner is simple and fun
- Gather The Fabrics
Half the fun begins with gathering the fabrics.
For this custom Off The Wall Runner, I am gathering fabrics in the pink/purple family. But it will also be sprinkled with yellows, greens, and blues.
A piece like this can have a lot of colors…ones that you wouldn’t necessarily put together in a quilt,
The secret is using fabrics that are bursting with colors. (batiks and busy florals are perfect)
Than pull some of the colors from those bursting fabrics – even if they clash ...
Here's a little table runner that I finished up prior to my knee replacement surgery way back in March. I didn't get around to posting it, so here it is today! As I was making this runner, I didn't really like the fabrics in the batik charm pack. But now that it's together and quilted, I'm thoroughly enjoying it. Each time I walk by, I smile at the quilting, and the border, and the littleread more
Last Summer, during the Row by Row experience shop hop, I picked up a pattern for a row at Quilty Pleasures in Orleans, Ontario. Although I did not make a row quilt, I decided that this row would make a great table runner for my MIL for Christmas. Her father was a bee keeper so this pattern was perfect for a gift for her. I dug through my yellow stash and picked out fabrics for the hexagons.
These sweet placemats and table runner arrived in the mail last week - a gift from my dear friend, Shannon, of The Flemings Nine! I had no idea they were coming and was totally surprised! EEK - I ♥ them! They match the sliding door curtains just past the table. I'm trying not to have a cow when someone spills, and I've been known to cover mine with a napkin when I eat!
Today's Deal in Craftsy's 12 Days of Christmas is Top 25 Quilt Kits under $50! This link takes you directly there.
One of the kits on ... read more
Island Batik Ambassador's are making pieces that fit the theme "Winter Wonderland." I made this blue table runner this month using Island Batik fabrics from the Frost collection, although the dark blue inner border is from the Jewels and Gems Collection: Lapis Lazuli from last year. You can click on the photo below for a closer look.
I pieced the binding so it matched the fabric it was next to, and this isn't as difficult as I ...
My husband and I spent the weekend in Haliburton ...this is cottage country but the friends we were visiting have built their home beside the lake and it was a lovely spot!
What glorious fall weather we have been having! I have been going for a walk for an hour most days and the colours are gorgeous!
Today, I get to fully introduce the projects from my new booklet, Starstruck. I did a preliminary introduction and talked a little about the technique in my last post (click here to view).
It’s a technique that I found a bit addicting. I just couldn’t seem to stop making stars! All of those stars turned into the many size options from the book. There are a total of 9 size options using the large size block. There are also 3 minis that are made using a smaller block and are perfect for using up your scraps.
This is ...read more
|2 finished table runners|
|3rd, almost done|