Wednesday, June 1, 2016

A Quick Snowball Tablerunner

Here's a tablerunner I finished recently that goes together very quickly.



I made it from a charm pack--42-5" squares. The fabric line is Flow by designer Zen Chic. I was able to use all 42 squares with this layout, 3 squares X 14 squares. I love the bright pink squares in there!



I snowballed every corner with a 2" square of Kona grey. The Folded Corner Clipper eliminates one step while making snowball blocks. It makes the process go faster, so I love using it!



I quilted it on my longarm with figure 8 quilting, made popular by Denyse Schmidt. She has many of her quilts quilted in this pattern. I love quilting this design--it flows so smoothly.



The backing fabric is designed by Tula Pink. It was some leftover bits, so it is pieced together. But I do appreciated extra wide backing when longarm quilting--108" wide.



The binding is words for different colors, on a white background. I got it through Massdrop.


The finished tablerunner is 14" X 62", just right for our dining table.

Grace and peace to you!

4 comments:

  1. Wow super fun...love the finish of the crayon color binding and Tula backing.

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    1. Thanks, Kris! The crayon color fabric in the binding is an extra wide backing fabric. It went on the back of several of my quilts. Now I'm trying to eek out every last bit of the scraps!

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  2. Lovely table runner. Thanks for the inspiration :)

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    1. Thank you, Melanie! On of the quickest, easiest tablerunners I've ever made.

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