Spring Table Runner

Spring table runner sewn by The Finished Garment.

Last week I showed you a table runner I made for my mother-in-law, and this week I have the one I made for my mother.

Spring table runner sewn by The Finished Garment.
A table runner for spring.

Like the previous one, I used all fabrics from my stash, most left over from previous projects. The design is a simple window pane design with white sashing. I used freeform wavy lines for the quilting.

Spring table runner sewn by The Finished Garment.
I used random wavy-line quilting.

The backing is a fabric I had purchased for another project online, but when it came it didn’t quite match the other fabrics, so I’m especially glad to have found it a home.

Spring table runner sewn by The Finished Garment.
I’m happy this backing finally found a home.

It’s a nice simple quilt, but I’m quite happy about how the peach and emerald green look beside one another. Hopefully this will get lots of use.

Spring table runner sewn by The Finished Garment.
I really like how these colours work together.

This post is linked up to  Crazy Mom Quilts and her Friday finishes. It’s also part of the Stashbusting Sewalong.

Project Summary

Fabrics:

  • Little Blomster in coral, Blomster in emerald, Pilvi in mint, and solid coral from the MorMor collection by Lotta Jansdotter for Windham Fabrics.
  • Houndstooth in multicoloured, from the Textured Basics collection by Patty Young for Michael Miller Fabrics.
  • Kona white by Robert Kaufman Fabrics.

Size: About 17″ by 48″.
Block: Windowpane.
Cost: Fabric: 0$ (all from my stash).
Sewing Level: Beginner.

Spring table runner sewn by The Finished Garment.
The simplest wrapping is always the best.

Author: Shannon Smith

Sewist, quilter, fabric lover, and pattern hoarder in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

8 thoughts on “Spring Table Runner”

  1. I also love the simple quilt designs, and this one is really lovely. I cannot believe that you are a beginner sewer, this looks so beautifully executed!

    1. Thank you! Glad you like my work. But I’m not really a beginning sewer. I’ve been sewing since I was 10. I do still consider myself a beginning quilter though. I can still count all my quilting projects on two hands.

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