Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Here's a little table runner that I finished up prior to my knee replacement surgery way back in March. I didn't get around to posting it, so here it is today!
As I was making this runner, I didn't really like the fabrics in the batik charm pack. But now that it's together and quilted, I'm thoroughly enjoying it. Each time I walk by, I smile at the quilting, and the border, and the little pops of color that spring out from the array of dark fabrics. It a nice little gem of a surprise!
And hence, a lesson learned for me: get out of your comfort zone with colors and palettes and try something new. I might just like it!
Quilting with a smile!
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