Newlands Table Runner

I can’t believe that it is Friday already, Where has the week gone? There is never enough time in the day to get everything done. But I started the week with a pile of fabric and have ended with a new table runner.

I name my patterns after places in the English Lake District and this one is no different. I had a short list of four and with help from my family and friends, Newlands was the chosen name. I can remember walking Newlands pass with my sisters, parents and two Dalmations, on many occasions. Bilberry picking on the slopes and watching the dogs play in the stream below Moss Force waterfall. Lots of lovely memories.

I have been working with Tudor Rose Patchwork to develop this table runner for an online class on Wednesday 24th February. If you would like to join in with this new project please get in touch with the lovely staff at Tudor Rose. Online classes are a great way to continue our crafting in a social way at this time.

If you are looking for fabric for this class or a new project, Sandra has a lovely range of fabrics called Wild Flower by Fabric Freedom I have added photos above to show the central panel of the runner in the different fabrics. It always amazes me how different the pattern can look by changing the fabric. Looking at them I am getting itchy fingers to get back to the sewing machine.

Have you got a project on the go at the moment?

Happy Quilting

Bev

Published by bevmayo6129

I am a textile tutor and artist specialising in patchwork & quilting.

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