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I’m Making More Table Runners

I’m playing around with the designs, and I’m still settling on one. Hmm… I’m just not sure. I’m making it tonight for a Hostess present for a friend. Hopefully I’ll finish in time.

Finished My Christmas Table Runner Part 1!

I finished one of these marvelous table runners for a class at work, and decided I needed to make another one! In fact, I’m going to make a few of them for Christmas presents with some of the fabric I bought last year after the holidays. I should have a few of them made by next week, so be on the lookout for those coming out! I saw the pattern from Bunnie Cleland and just fell in love! I think they are turning out great!

Go From Simple 9 Patch to Fabulous Really Quickly

So, as I sit at home with the flu, I wonder what can I sew that doesn’t require much work… My embroidery machine is in the shop, so that’s out, and then I decided to make a simple table runner. It’s not much, and I’m still contemplating a border or not. It was late last night when I finished sewing it, so I decided not to quilt it and leave that for later today, when I get home from work. I do love a good disappearing 9 patch.  It’s such an easy thing to do to spice up a block! What do you guys and gals think: Border or not?

I’m Such A Bad Blogger – But Here’s A Table Runner

I know I haven’t posted much this September, and I’m sorry. I’ve been sick, and to be honest, I’ve just been busy as well. I’m having new flooring put in, and that is a chore all on its own, and then I had a couple of commission quilts to do, and I’m just exhausted! But I do have good news! I’m teaming up with 2 other bloggers for some fun activity starting in the next couple of weeks, so wish me luck!

Also, here is a table runner I made for work! We are having a class on it, and there will be a kit that goes with it! I just love this fabric combination! The pattern is by Bunnie Cleland over at Triangle frenzy! I just love her stuff! Not too long ago I made a quilt with my own pattern, and saw her pattern for the same quilt, and thought it was much easier to follow than my scribbles of geometry. I got quite a few of her patterns for the shop! Wish me luck!

Serenity Garden Table Runner

I’m not going to lie: I’m in love with table runners! It’s like a little baby quilt you can make in one day. Well, almost one day. Haha. I did this embroidery design I got from work called Serenity Garden. It had some very cute designs on it. I also got this fabric that has a metallic sheen to it, but doesn’t have a metallic feel. I really like it. I have it in green, navy, red, brown, and olive. It’s quite nice! I think it is by  Timeless Treasures. I think….

Quilt The Snowflake Table Runner

 

I haven’t touched this in a while, but I figured I should finish it even with all of my impending quilts! I got to work super early this morning, and just sat down and pressed the top on. (I’m using a double sided fusible table mat blank.) Now I’m going to quilt it. I was thinking of quilting it once with a blue variegated and then over that with a tighter purple stipple. We’ll see though, I might think the blue is enough. Wish me luck!

Snowflake Table Runner

The world has been obsessed with Frozen and I finally got around to doing something winter themed! I decided I wanted a black table runner and I was going to do some Modern Snowflakes in different shades of light blue, light purple, light yellow, silver, grey, and white! I’ve got about 6 more snowflakes to embroider, but it should be done by next week. One can hope anyways!

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Finished The Weaving, And Now Onto The Sewing

This is turning out so cute! I’m just so in love with it! I mean, it takes a while, but it is a nice project for a boring rainy day. I’m sure I could sew it faster if I stopped watching Twin Peaks, but that’s just not going to happen! I think this would be a really cute ideo for a throw quilt, but I’m trying to figure out a method to hold something that large in place while I sew… Hmmm…..

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