Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Recipe for a Table Runner
Sew together a stack of prints by Anna Maria Horner.
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.
Include a Juliana Horner print on the back and some Kona Ivory for the binding.
Sit, stare, and be happy.
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be very very happy! Love it!ReplyDelete
Very pretty. I love AMH fabrics. What a great idea for using them and showing them off!ReplyDelete
Excellent use of her fabric!! ♡ReplyDelete
This is lovely, and that's some very nice straight line stitching.ReplyDelete
oh my - so beautiful!ReplyDelete
this is fabulous!ReplyDelete
Great job Heidi! It looks beautiful - lucky you, you will get to stare at it everyday on your table!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! The colors are so vibrant. The subtle waviness in the middle seam adds a really nice effect!ReplyDelete
Sit, stare and be happy indeed. So beautiful.ReplyDelete
!!! beautiful :)ReplyDelete
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?ReplyDelete
I do that for the wave too! Looks great.ReplyDelete
Hello Heidi, like it so much and must haaaaave :-)ReplyDelete