Friday, November 2, 2007

Oak Leaf Table Runner

I made this table runner in a class given by my friend, Carol MacDougall. It involved a lot of cutting, fusing and machine applique, but I just love the colors and patterns of the fabrics which were picked out by Carol and assembled into kits. It was fun to let someone else make the choices and to simply follow directions! I usually design most of what I make, but the class was relaxing and enjoyable, and it's always great to pull this piece out in the Fall.
Time to start some holiday crafts for gifts and for sale! I'm way behind!

4 comments:

KJ said...

NOW, THIS IS A KNOCK-OUT!!!!

THE COLORS GRABBED ME IMMEDIATELY– AND WHAT BEAUTIFUL WORKMANSHIP! (YES, I CLICKED ON THE PHOTO.) REALLY, IT LOOKS LIKE PERFECTION!

You really should be so pleased!

And, thanks for your comments on my blog today. This really is an adventure, isn't it?

Hugs, KJ

KJ said...

P.S. I used your photo as my desktop image. Now I can admire it for awhile!

KJ

KJ said...

Hi Judy!

I got up early this morning to do something special! Do scurry over to my blog to check it out.

GI-NORMOUS HUGS, KJ

sparkle jars said...

This is beautiful, Judy! I enjoy seeing the results of your classes. :-)Gayle