I’m just like a lot of you, I love a quick project now and them sprinkled in with the more complex quilts I work on. Table runners are one of my go-to projects, when I just want to FINISH SOMETHING…….., ANYTHING! These pics are of table runners, and one horizontal wall hanging that have helped me keep my sanity that way! I love rich saturated colors, and making a small piece gives me a chance to work with different fabrics and colors I might not automatically choose otherwise. I can see how they work together, and that will give me confidence to use them in a larger piece as well. All of these runners were designed in collaboration with Lisa Bee-Wilson over at Towerhouse Quilts, so be sure to check her site to get a look at her versions. Click here to download the FREE patterns for each of them! The wall hanging, Waves of Hospitality is an art piece I did a few years back, and of course I teach classes in this technique, and have added my signature pieced borders to this one. Hope you enjoy seeing them!
For previous posts about these runners:
The featured image at the top of this post is a table runner from “Perfect-Fit Pieced Borders” called “Black Eyed Batik”, another colorful favorite! That book is out of print, but I have copies available on my shop page.