This table runner is on it’s way to my local textile group, as part of their Challenge. I started it a few years ago, and have finally had a reason to complete it.
The binding was finished recently, then all I needed to do was add the embellishments and the hanging sleeve.
|Applique, quilting and hand stitching all rolled into one !
It’s long enough to lay along my long sideboard, or hang on a door!
|I love the red buttons
I know it’s a little early to be making Christmas decorations. At least I am ahead of myself for the Festive preparations this year.
Do you have Christmas projects on the go? Share your thoughts below.
Here are just a few uses for some of my vintage finds.
I’m part of a Quilting group who’s 2014 group challenge was to make a table runner . The deadline is next month. Luckily one of those UFO’s (Un-Finished Objects) in my stash was a table runner. It’s already been four years in the making – I just had to finish it off.
The only thing I needed to do was add embellishments, binding and a sleeve to give the option of hanging it up…. and a label of course.
Vintage Finds from my Stash
The runner was made from brand new Moda fabric, which I very rarely use these days. My stash is mainly full of vintage and pre-worn…. but I did find a way to combine my new stash with my old.
An old table napkin was used to make the sleeve and the label. Some old red and well worn buttons were a perfect match for the red of the holly berries….more from this runner project in the future.
|Selection of vintage red buttons, all sizes and ages waiting to be chosen
Continue reading “How I use some of my vintage finds.”
Knitting & Stitching Show comes about twice a year for me. Once at Olympia and at Alexandra Palace later on in the year.
My head is buzzing
What an inspiring show. It’s Wednesday now and I am only just getting over how exhausted I was from my two days at the Knitting and Stitching Show.
Continue reading “Knitting & Stitching Show, Olympia 2014.”