Friday, March 15, 2019

A Quick Finish

Last April, one of my sisters came to visit me and asked if I would make her a tablerunner in spring colors.  I jumped at the request and immediately took her to my fabric stash so she could pick out some fabric/colors she liked.

She picked three Kaffe Fassett prints that were all similar colors and values.  Whenever I tried to add in some nice contrast colors, they were quickly vetoed.

So the fabric has sat in a pile!


I pondered these fabrics often trying to come up with a design.
It finally dawned on me that I just needed to keep it simple.  It was the prints she liked and really didn't want any piecing.


 So for this side, I added in a tiny border detail that complimented the Kaffe Fassett dahlia print.



Then I used the Phillip Jacobs cabbage print she picked out on the back.  Now she can use whichever side she desires to display and enjoy these pretty prints.

And I have another corner cleared off of my cutting table!




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9 comments:

  1. that was a good idea - it is really nice looking I think

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  2. It's always surprising when simple is best, eh? She will love this.

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  3. I'm sure your sister will enjoy this beauty!

    I have a pile of Christmas fabrics, and I'm hoping to make similarly quick and easy runners for my kids' teachers. : )

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  4. very nice and springy too...when is the orphan adoption please?

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  5. What a great and simple idea to just add some color to a room! Now I will look at bold prints a little differently.

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  6. That really is a great idea for making a quick table runner - and reversible, too! I bet your sister will love this!

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  7. Looks great. Sometimes simple is best

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  8. It is amazing sometimes how quick we are to set something aside and work on something new! I have so much going on n the sewing room and add to that all the stuff I brought home with me-eek! But good for you to keep it simple and get it done:)

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