In between my travels, I have been working on another paper piecing project, a design from Judy Niemeyer. I have been having fun with this one and will be teaching it to a guild in Maine in a week and a half. It is actually a pretty quick project to make up as it is a table runner. My first photo is a sneak peek.... But stay with me until the end of the post and you will see the whole thing!
Here is a close up of the Compass Rose Block and the flying geese. I used all batiks as shown in the pattern. Funny, because these colors are not my colors, but I do like how the finished runner came out.
The flying geese went together just beautifully! Fast and easy.
Then the sashing was cut and I began to join the units together. All the units were very easy to piece together.
Here is the middle all pieced. I love how it all turned out.
Here is the completed table runner. I do like it even though I am not particularly a blue person. Someday when it is no longer a teaching sample, I will gift this to someone!!
1.Farmhouse Window Table Runner pattern available by clicking here.
2. Foundation papers for this quilt are available by clicking here.
3. Batiks for this quilt are available by clicking here.
4. I am teaching this class at the Friends and Needles Quilt Guild in Maine next week! Information on this by clicking here.
5. If you would like information on me teaching this class at your guild or shop just click here.
Until Next Time...