Thursday, September 6, 2018

August Table Runner


After I finished the last wedding quilt for this year, I pulled out my aqua, green and navy scraps to make another table runner.  It matches my August mantle and decorations. 



It is so much fun changing things up every month. 

I quilted the table runner on my domestic sewing machine with a hooked spiral. 


The back is a solid aqua color, so the runner is nice and reversible. 


In fact, I put the solid side up for a baby shower for my soon-to-be-born grand nephew.  :) 

The scraps were left over from these two quilts. 


Spring Addition which I gave to my friend Alissa. 


And A Day in the Country which hangs up upstairs in August. 

I still have plans for a green table runner using this same pattern.  I love how well it fits on that quilt cabinet. 

XX,
Jasmine

P.S.  I will be linking up with some of the fun parties on my sidebar including Oh Scrap.  Check them out for more quilty inspiration. 

8 comments:

  1. I love how coordinated everything is, Jasmine. It looks fantastic!

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  2. I love the table runner and the home machine quilting.
    Your house looks wonderful with beautiful creations displayed!!

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  3. I love how you change things up each month. My house tends to look the same all year long, except at Christmas, lol. Your runner is beautiful and looks so nice with the bunting :)

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  4. Yes, that's so neat that you have different things displayed in your home every month. Like Leanne, my decorations really only switch out when the Christmas decorations come out... And sometimes, if I'm really busy or really lazy, they stay up through Valentine's Day and I start thinking about whether I can just add red hearts to the tree and call it a Valentine Tree.

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  5. That is a pretty tablerunner, Jasmine! I love how you used the leftovers from the bigger quilts. Perfect for this time of year!

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  6. I need to do the change-up decorating like you, but for now it's just the once a month bed quilt on our bed and little touches here and there, but you're so right, it is such fun. I recognize a lot of those fabrics...a certain basket I see on a daily basis! ;-)

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  7. Nice job on that Swirl Hook quilting! I haven't gotten around to practicing that design yet.

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