Inspired by Ceramics: Table Runner – Part 1

 

Discover how Linda chooses a fabric colour palette for a summer table runner inspired by a collection of hand painted ceramics. Follow our lead and be inspired by your tableware to make a perfectly coordinating quilted table runner. She then uses stitch and flip technique in a quilt as you go method of piecing. This is an ideal project for making use of many coloured scraps.

To join in you’ll need:

Strips of fabrics of varying widths to suit your inspiration
Cotton fabric long enough to back the table runner
Same size length of batting/wadding (Linda uses 80/20)
Marker pen and ruler
Sewing machine
Iron

Approximate run time: 17 minutes

Presenter: Linda Kemshall

Discover how Linda chooses a fabric colour palette for a summer table runner inspired by a collection of hand painted ceramics. Follow our lead and be inspired by your tableware to make a perfectly coordinating quilted table runner. She then uses stitch and flip technique in a quilt as you go method of piecing. This is an ideal project for making use of many coloured scraps.
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Discover how Linda chooses a fabric colour palette for a summer table runner inspired by a collection of hand painted ceramics. Follow our lead and be inspired by your tableware to make a perfectly coordinating quilted table runner. She then uses stitch and flip technique in a quilt as you go method of piecing. This is an ideal project for making use of many coloured scraps.
To access this post, you must purchase Inspired by Ceramics: Table Runner.