And it’s off to the printers

The Star Table runner has been one of my most popular patterns over the last few years, and so it is time to give it a makeover.

It was previously named Borrowdale Star, but it is now just Borrowdale and it has been given a fresh look using the dragonfly fabric and the blue and green fabric combination.

This atmospheric picture was taken on a visit to Keswick looking down the lake towards the Jaws of Borrowdale

looking down Derwentwater towards the Jaws of Borrowdale

Borrowdale Valley lies at the southern end of Lake Derwentwater and extends to Honister Pass. It is a valley of spectacular scenery with rugged crags and oak forest. It was once an industrial area with copper and graphite mines, iron smelting and charcoal burning. Remnants of the industrial past can still be seen with old mine workings. It is a lovely area to visit with great walks and friendly tearooms. I am looking forward to visiting again soon.

Now it is time for the updated pattern to go to the printers and It should be available in a couple of weeks. Whilst I am waiting for this pattern to arrive it is on with the next project.

Happy Quilting

Bev

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

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