Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Recipe for a Table Runner

Anna Maria Horner Quilted Table Runner by Fabric Mutt

Sew together a stack of prints by Anna Maria Horner.

Anna Maria Horner Quilted Table Runner by Fabric Mutt

Add some dense quilting courtesy of Aurifil thread in a lovely shade of gold. Be sure to sew back and forth in different directions to tug at the center seam so that it waves gently down the runner.

Anna Maria Horner Quilted Table Runner by Fabric Mutt

Include a Juliana Horner print on the back and some Kona Ivory for the binding.

Anna Maria Horner Quilted Table Runner by Fabric Mutt

Sit, stare, and be happy.

15 comments:

  1. Very pretty. I love AMH fabrics. What a great idea for using them and showing them off!

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  2. Excellent use of her fabric!! ♡

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  3. This is lovely, and that's some very nice straight line stitching.

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  4. Great job Heidi! It looks beautiful - lucky you, you will get to stare at it everyday on your table!

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  5. Beautiful! The colors are so vibrant. The subtle waviness in the middle seam adds a really nice effect!

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  6. Sit, stare and be happy indeed. So beautiful.

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  7. It's absolutely gorgeous! I like how you've made the 'wave' quilting intentionally, I've only ever done it by accident (and wanted to cry). What kind of batting do you use for a table runner?

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  8. I do that for the wave too! Looks great.

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  9. Hello Heidi, like it so much and must haaaaave :-)

    Kind regards
    Birgit

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