Thursday, September 13, 2018

Vintage Market Table Runner


This little table runner has been a "sandwich" on my design board for a couple of months, and this week I finally quilted and bound it.



It is a simple block pattern with a tiny border and complements my kitchen, which has my favorite combo of aqua with red touches.



The runner brightens our dark table and emphasizes the napkin holder my DIY hubby made for me.



The back is pieced with Tasha Noel fabrics.



I love the detail on this Vintage Market fabric!



Binding detail - I used a Christmas fabric!



Block and quilting detail. I quilted "in the ditch" and "organic" circles.


Now I want to plan fall and Christmas table runners in different styles!

Fabrics used:
  • Vintage Market by Tasha Noel for Riley Blake
  • Light aqua blue with white polka dot from Hobby Lobby
  • Freedom by Sweetwater for Moda
  • Grunge Hits the Spot in Eggshell
  • Gooseberry by Lella Boutique for Moda
  • Wing and a Prayer for Timeless Treasures (JT-C 5841) Red on Red Checks
  • Binding: Anne of Green Gables Christmas Dot Red

UPDATE:
I am belatedly linking this post to Michelle's "Brag About Your Beauties"

6 comments:

  1. I always love seeing your completed projects. This runner looks great on your table, and the fabric is so cute. I have got to learn how to do this, because I love table runners, and I have lots of fabric that I need to do something with, other than keep folded and stacked in my closet. Very nice, Linda!

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    1. Pattie, “folded and stacked” is good too. It’s fun to look at one’s stash - lol!

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  2. This is so pretty, Linda! I like the colors and the fun fabric. The Tasha Noel fabric has so many fun little details!

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    1. I agree Diann - I can't resist her fabrics!

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  3. What a delightful mix of fabrics! The simple block setting really shows them off. The strawberry border caught my eye right away. And that adorable back! And once again, I’m in awe of your husband’s woodworking—and your quilting skills (goes without saying 😊).

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