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Fall’s Glory Table Runner

Since I can’t enter this week’s Table Runners quilt contest, I thought I’d share the one I created for my mom’s birthday earlier this month.

It started out as an experiment in piecing curves. I cut 6 9-inch squares of hand-dyed fabrics, stacked them on top of each other, then cut two slightly off-centre gentle curves.

fabric-stack

I mixed up the pieces, then stitched them back together. I squared up my blocks, joined them together and added a 3″ border. Spray basted and ready for quilting:

basted-for-quilting

My free motion skills aren’t accurate enough yet to try to complete this spiral design, so I used regular stitch mode and the edge of my 1/4″ foot. I spun the quilt around and around and around to complete the design.

quilting-in-progress

I am thrilled with how the spiral design turned out. So much gorgeous texture in echo-like quilting.

quilting-done

The back:quilt back

Close-up pics after being washed for the first time. I just love the crinkly goodness.

crinkly

close-up

back-dimension

A happy experiment!

Posted: September 22nd, 2011

Topics: My Quilting Journey, Quilt Gallery

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12 Responses to “Fall’s Glory Table Runner”

  1. Sallie says:

    Great! I love the way it turned out!

  2. Kathy Howard says:

    This came out great. I thought of entering the contest, but then I realized that the runners I had done were before I had a digital camera. these were given as a gift.

  3. Ginger says:

    That is really nice!

  4. Deborah says:

    This looks fabulous!!I love echo quilting also and you did a wonderful job.
    Hugs, Deborah

  5. Sue says:

    Beautiful! It looks like suede with the fabrics you used and the quilting accentuates the “curvy” look of the pieces. Wonderful job!

  6. grace thorne says:

    too bad you can’t enter, i’d vote for that….reminds me of the echo quilting in hawaiian quilts….beautiful!

  7. Connie says:

    Beautiful runner and fabrics! Neat design too!

  8. Debbie Goad says:

    Very nice. Love the hand dyes and the quilting!

  9. Sara says:

    Perfect runner:) I love the quilting and the colors are phenomenal!!!!

  10. Sandi says:

    That is a very sweet experiment!!! Just love the colors but the quilty makes it awesome! Your mom will love this!

  11. Sarah Craig says:

    Very very pretty – and I love your echo quilting! Perfect! Whoop whoop!!

  12. Cool Quilt! Looks like a fun quilt to make!

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