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Tuesday, November 12, 2013

It's "Works in Progress" Wednesday!

I've been working on my Red & White Picket Fence Table Runner for a couple of months, along with other projects I've posted previously (and many that haven't been finished or shared yet!). 
I love the spark, the zap, the zing of this design:
Here's the top...

...and here's the back.

There's only the hand-sewing of the binding left, and maybe a little more machine quilting around the borders. I bought a charm pack of reds and whites assembled and sold at the Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show this past summer. I think it was a wise investment, don't you? I added a few more fabrics on my own for the back and the binding.

Have you ever made a "picket fence" block? Want to learn how? 

Leave a comment so that when I finish editing my pattern, and perhaps actually publish/pdf it, I can notify you.
Happy Quilting, or Sewing, or Cutting, or Planning!
Most of all, dream, dream, dream!

8 comments:

  1. Your runner is lovely. Love all that red!

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    1. Lindsey, thanks for stopping by. I loved your posts about your 4-Patch Slice, & the recipes by Ivy!

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  2. Don't you love a red and white quilt? I do!
    That will be perfect to use over Christmas and straight through to Valentines day :)
    I'd like to see a picket fence tute :)

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    1. Hi Kim, thanks for coming by. I agree with you, red & white would sparkle through the seasons. Thanks for the encouragement. I'll let you know when & if I'm successful in getting the tutorial finished.

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    1. Hi Sabrina, thanks for stopping by. I returned the favor, & you're INCREDIBLE!

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