Thursday, June 8, 2017

A new table runner

A few years ago, Josée Carrier who blogs at The Charming Needle and is one of the founders of the Montreal Modern Quilt Guild, gave me a copy of this book:


Josée has a project in that book and this past weekend, because the weather was horrible, I found the book again and decided it was time to make a new table runner for our dining room.

For my version of Josée's design, I decided to use blue scraps and Kona Cloud for the background.  The binding is Kona Kumquat.


The quilting is straight lines done with my walking foot.  I used Aurifil 50 wt thread in #2720 (blue).


I love how this runner looks on our dining room table.  This was a super easy and quick make and I love that I was able to use scraps again.  I can totally imagine making more of these as kits for Christmas!  A table runner and 4 placemats - wouldn't that be an awesome present?


Quilt Stats:
  • Pattern:  Stand Out by Josée Carrier from the book Set the Table
  • Size: 12 1/2" x 48”
  • Fabrics: Blue scraps, Kona Cloud and Kona Kumquat
  • Thread: Pieced and quilted with Aurifil #2720 in 50 wt
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7 comments:

  1. A great pattern to use up some tiny scraps. And, love the bright splash of color that matches the binding, too.

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  2. It is the perfect size for your table and looks lovely! Using up scraps can be so satisfying, and coordinating some placemats would make such a lovely setting.

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  3. Love it, Izzy!! And I love that you used a pattern that a fellow MMQG member designed!! And you're totally right, it would make a fab Christmas present ;)

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  4. Very nice! I love how it looks on your table!

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  5. Nice job! It looks great on your dining table.

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  6. Looks great! You make me want to get into a table runner too !

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  7. Love it. The quilting accents the piecing nicely. It would make for a wonderful gift. Thanks for linking up with TGIFF.

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