Thursday, August 23, 2012

Christmas Through the Year

 
Table runner by Cotton Way ready for gift giving, finished the binding last night. But before it's given away this table runner will serve as a sample for the quilt shop I work at. The way the pattern is designed the stitchery is part of the back of the runner, I've made it the front instead. I wouldn't put this lovely stitched writing on the back......would you? I'm ready for the Darlene's August Christmas Train coming soon.

Happy Stitching!

17 comments:

Vesuviusmama said...

Oh, I'd have wanted the stitching on the front, too! Who sees the BACK of a table runner?? Nice job!

Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts said...

Very sweet! I would put it on the front too! :-)

Cheryl said...

Bravo for you! What a great gift.

Quilt Fabric Pizazz said...

Very cute with the writing (on the front of course). How about a pic so we can see the whole thing. Thanks!

Carrie P. said...

I would put it on the front too. pretty.

shez said...

Wendy is lovely and i really like those fabrics you used,well done.xx

Darlene said...

Oh, Wendy, the stitching HAD to be on the front. It's beautiful - woohoo!!!!

Carol said...

I love it Wendy. I have that table runner kit and haven't made it yet. I agree the Merry Christmas fancy letters are too pretty to be on the back.

Roseanne said...

Very nice Christmas is not far away now.










Needled Mom said...

Great job and nice finish for Christmas.

Sharon said...

VERY cute!!!!! I love that.

* said...

I really like that runner: I need one, too. I might put the embroidery on the back if I was going to make it reversible.

Dirt Road Quilter said...

I haven't seen that pattern - I really like the embroidery you added to the front and I may have to make one...well, maybe two! :)

Betty Lou said...

So nice for Christmas, are you saying that the fabric was printed? Looks great as part of the front. What pattern is it?

Sandy said...
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Sandy said...

Wonderful runner and love the hand stitching!

Cheryl said...

Love that runner!!! Great job.