Friday, October 2, 2009

Fall Simple Little Table Runner...

I was inspired by finishing the Halloween table runner last night with the machine binding so I got up this morning and finished hand sewing the binding for my Fall table runner! I am participating in Show and Tell Friday's at Cindy's today and thought this the perfect thing to share! We had a great crisp October morn. here in North Texas just perfect for an outside photo op of the newly finished table runner.

The fabric used is Gobble, Gobble by Sandy Gervais for Moda.

The pattern is for the Simple Little Table Runner by Camille Roskelley and came from the Moda Bake Shop. She has a great tutorial on the site for it!
The back of the runner is shown above.

The table runner was quilted in pumpkins and vines using burnt orange thread. Quilting was done by Becky at Old Town Quilts in Keller. I hope you enjoyed seeing my newly completed table runner! Go visit Cindy and see more fun items shared!

8 comments:

Michelle said...

Love your table runner for Show & Tell! I hope you will stop by soon and visit me!
Michelle

Cindy said...

How lovely! You did a great job. I love to quilt.
Cindy

Leann said...

I always admire you seamstress'. I can fake a Halloween costume, because no one looks closely.

Beautiful runners!
Leann

Wendy said...

Wow,It turned out great! I love the color combination.
Cheers!
-Mrs Peeks Farmhouse

Susan B said...

The colors are lovely for fall! You did a great job. Thank you for sharing it. Enjoy your weekend!

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

Wow, I'm so impressed! That is so nice!! Can you send some of that cool Fall weather to California? It's still in the 80s and I just can't get into the Fall spirit yet!!!

Thanks so much for joining in on my first Show and Tell!

Jennifer said...

So cute! I love looking at all the fun crafty things you make. I just started learning how to crochet, so that's my "crafty" for now. :)

Sandra said...

Cute quilting projects! I have tried a couple of small wall hanging quilt projects over the years and really enjoyed it. My mother pieces and makes quilts for beds, but I haven't become that ambitious yet. Check out my Show and Tell project too!

Sandra