Saturday, March 2, 2013

YOU CAN'T MAKE JUST ONE!!!


Here is the finished product.
 

You can get the tutorial here



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These are so fast and fun...I just want to make more.



Someone asked me how I did the corners....now that is a good question. I just did them like you would do a regular binding corner except for the sides, I did them the same as you would on the corners of a quilt except I put them on an angle. I don't know if that makes sense. I still need practice but I am pleased with how they turned out.


 The winner of the batik runner kit is Laurie from "West Texas Threads".....so Laurie, I need your address.... Maybe next time I get a hankering to do another one of these runners, I will just cut out double and have another giveaway....sounds good to me.

19 comments:

Tangos Treasures said...

Your runners are really pretty!!
Congratulations to Laurie!!

Susan said...

Oh, I love the pink and brown...so pretty!

Barbara said...

It does make sense how you did the corners, it just takes doing it to understand. I love the quilting and slightly puckered/vintage look in this!

Gene Black said...

I am sure you need to make more of them. LOL.

suemac said...

Cute. I don't have any nice tables to use table runners on but it is adorable.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Love these colors!! I watched the tutorial, which is very fun and inspirational.

Terry said...

I like this one too! Thanks for the advice on the corners! And congratulations to Laurie! :0)

Robin (RsIslandCrafts) said...

Congratulations Laurie!

Barb, this runner turned out beautiful also. The colors are very nice and work well with the brown glass bottles and table.

With small projects like your runner, I like to cut out and make a couple at a time.

Karen Bates said...

Just lovely! You always amaze me. Enjoy your weekend.

Marilyn said...

You are so fast Barb. Another beautiful finish.

Teresa in Music City said...

I love your fabrics for this one! Very spring-like :*)

Linda said...

Oh, I love your runners. Both are so cute. I really enjoy Jenni's tutorials and I have made a few things from them. She makes it all so easy with these and I like having a tool that's multi functional...

retdairyqueen said...

You make such lovely table runners
What do you do with them all ?
Hugs

Tammy said...

I love this one too. It is very "springish" looking.

sewfunquilts said...

Super....love it.

Sheila said...

It is beautiful Barb!

Susan Entwistle said...

I just read your blog...funny, we both used the word 'hankerin' in our latest blog posts. You're from Texas, so that explains your use, but me? And I wasn't even watching Dallas (though I did watch Nashville this afternoon :). ) Anyway, love your table runners.

Val said...

Oh my! I need this!!! I need to make one for my farm table! Beautiful. Congrats to the winner!

SewCalGal said...

Very cute and perfect for Spring too. Great photographs.

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