Thursday, November 29, 2018

Autumn Table Runner

This reversible table runner was completed around the first of November with plenty of time to enjoy it before the cranberry sauce stains came on Thanksgiving - lol! I used fabric purchased from Bernie's Needle and Foot Etsy shop. I love the kitties and pumpkins in rich jewel tones. When I posted pictures on Instagram, Pam at Pamalama Jo Designs commented that it could be used right up to Christmas.

No pattern was involved, I simply wanted to feature the fabric. I fussy cut favorite scenes and surrounded them with squares of blue, green, burgundy, and cream.

On Thanksgiving, our little granddaughter had strep throat, so my daughter and son-in-law were unable to drive down from the Dallas area. In spite of that, everyone else was here for a beautiful, fun, and "filling" day. And I wasn't kidding about the cranberry sauce. My husband dropped some on the table runner and immediately started apologizing. I told him that made me happy because it means my handmade things are being used! (And it washed right out!)

Details for Autumn Table Runner:
Finished Size: 17" X 45"
Pattern: My own concoction

Harvest Happiness Patch by Beth Yarbrough for Daisy Kingdom
Cream, Blue, and Green Grunge
Burgundy fabric from Enchanted Pond by Holly Taylor for Moda

Harvest Greetings by Quilting Treasures

Pin Dot in Spice by Waverly

I hope all of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

I am linking this to Crazy Mom Quilts last Finish it Up Friday. I wish her well in her decision to transition out of running her business and focus on her family!


  1. Another beauty! You are amazingly productive.

    1. Thank you so much Pattie. I'm just trying to actually get some things done instead of sitting a dreaming about doing them. ;)

  2. That is so pretty, Linda! I love the blue, green, burgundy, and cream squares with the cute print. A new table runner is just about my favorite thing to sew!

  3. I love the table runner. It is perfect for autumn and next year I bet it will be on your table from September to December 1st! Great use of the Harvest fabric. It looks so sweet. I am sorry to hear your little grand daughter was sick. Strep throat is the worst. Hoping she is better and no one else caught it. Take care Linda!

    1. Thanks Bernie! Actually it is still on my table - lol! The littlest grand got over her strep quickly and was able to attend a performance of Frozen on Ice a few days later!


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