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Monday, October 26, 2020

Fall Table Runners

 Last week, Sara, at My Sewing Room
posted a couple of 60 degree table runners she had made from
border fabric.  She has made a number of these
over the years and they all look so nice.
After reading this latest table runner post,
I pulled out some fall border fabric I had purchased last year
and decided I was going to make a 60 degree table runner myself. 

These table runners go together so quickly!
Out of 1 1/2 yards of fabric I was able to make
two long runners and two table toppers.

I bought this fabric at a quilt shop in upstate NY last summer
when I was there for quilt camp.
The colors and the fall design caught my eye.

These are the two table toppers.
I was able to cut the ends  so two pieces sewn together
made one wedge.

I had the backing and binding fabric in my stash
and love this side, too.

One is on my dining room table, ready for Thanksgiving.

Thanks for the inspiration, Sara!

Happy Quilting!


Sara said...

I love this border print and it made gorgeous runners. These are so much fun to make.

Needled Mom said...

Those are beautiful. I love the fall colors in the fabric. Gorgeous table decor!

kupton52 said...

Your runners and toppers are so beautiful...they sing "Autumn"! I particularly love the backing fabric on the toppers. Well done, Ramona. Hugs...

chrisknits said...

You have been on a roll!! Now I am off to look into that new pattern you made. Stunning!

Julie said...

This print is gorgeous! I have not seen it before. The 60 degree tablerunners are so fun! I recently made 6 of them for a friend and I have some leftover fabric. I somehow keep forgetting to read blogs! I really enjoy your posts!

Kim said...

Oh wow, your table runners are gorgeous. Those fabrics lend themselves to 60 degree table runners. Those fabrics are stunning! Just perfect for Thanksgiving.

straythreads said...

Those are beautiful and the Checked binding! Looks like hand embroidery

Vicki in MN said...

Oh those turned out so well, so festive looking. Would you believe I have never made one of those!

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

These are stunning, well done! I have some border prints and I never know what to do with them, exactly. Thanks for the tip, I'm going to check out this post! Have a great week~