Thursday, September 4, 2014

Goal for September's A Lovely Year of Finishes

I'm traveling two weeks out of this month, so I'm trying to be realistic and keep my goals workable. With that in mind, I'd really like to finish this set of table runners.


I made these from one charm pack of Amy Butler prints.  All I need is binding, and I've got a finish!


I can't decide which is my favorite of these two?  I quilted a real fun pattern in the center prints, but it doesn't show up well at all. It's from  Angela Walters' new book "Shape by Shape - Free Motion Quilting With Angela Walters"  and is called Swirl Chain. It works in well with the outer swirls.


 Once I get the binding on, I'll try to get a better photo from the backside.


The second runner had me stumped as to the quilting, so I just did some stippling. Don't think I was feeling all that well that day, so I scribbled. Fun, fun!

So, with my Day Job taking most of my time this month, getting the bindings on these two darlings will please me greatly!  Thanks again to Melissa and Shanna for hosting A Lovely Year of Finishes. I see that it is inspiring many of us to just "Get 'er Done!" especially when time is scarce.

Be sure to join the fun and link up your September Goal for ALYOF. See you on the flip side!

Quilting with a smile,
Barb
Linking up to Needle & Thread ThursdayALYOF


6 comments:

  1. Both look great and those fabrics are so pretty.

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  2. Both are great, but love, love the fabric in the first table runner.

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  3. What great bright colors! Both are fun and make me smile!!!

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  4. So close- they're really lovely. Nice way to incorporate charm packs. I buy them and rarely use them.

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  5. I really like all the colors! So bright and cheery. Have fun traveling! :)

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  6. It sounds like you have a very busy month! I like the cheerful prints against the white borders. Nice quilting!!

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