I can hear your applause! Yay! My table runner is now a finished project!
What I thought was a simple project that finishable in an evening, took me over a week. I suppose that’s not terrible; I technically could have never finished it. (Lately I’ve only been finishing embroidered onesies, so I’m exceptional proud of myself for sewing something different.) This finished project was immediately put to use, now running on the coffee table in my living room. Perfect to complement April’s showers, the bright blues and green warm up my room with a springtime touch.
I picked up this table runner kit, complete with pattern and fabric for the top and binding, from a vendor booth’s at a local quilt show. I recognized the proprietor of the booth as also being local, one of the “generations” at Generation’s Quilt Shop in Pottstown, PA. I’m sure that if you stopped by the shop, you could probably pick up this kit, but if you just can’t make it to town, the fabrics were from Robert Kaufman’s Dill Blossoms fabric line and the simple pattern was nicely laminated on a two-sided card from Pieced Tree Patterns.
Here’s my Fancy Four-Patch Table Runner in its current resting place. It was a beautifully sunny, 75 degree day here, so I’ll have to apologize for the sun beams across it.