Welcome to another edition of The Guest Blogger(s)!! We're on the approach to the end of March. It's been SEW nice to see that friends out in Blogland have been finishing up their 2021 TABLE SCRAPS Challenge entries for this month. Entrants have begun joining the Link Party. :o))
Today, I've got a treat for you. Miss Pat is here with her March entry. As an Instagram user, she had some trouble linking up with the Challenge, so opted to have me post her project.
Pat made the following table runner in GREEN for March's Rainbow Scrap Challenge (as requested, but not required.)
Here's her story...
My first plan was to do something with a St. Patrick's Day theme, but I managed to procrastinate long enough to put an end to that option.
Finally decided to go simple and strip pieced a collection of green scraps with some flowers thrown in. Finished it with a striped binding. I tried Amy's (@amyscreativeside) tip for putting on binding without pressing it in half first. It worked like a charm, saving time and burnt fingers. I used thermolam as the batting
It measures 12' by 26 inches and will go on a small chest in the hallway. No picture of it there since it's too dark in that spot to get a good photo and too gloomy outside to brighten it up.
Thanks for sharing your springy GREEN table runner with us, Pat! As noted earlier, I'm posting her entry for the March TABLE SCRAPS Challenge. I will gladly do the same for others who run into problems with joining the Link Party.
Share the quilty love for Pat's project in the comments below. I know you enjoyed seeing her table runner as much as I did! Thank you, again, Miss Pat.
Link Party Reminder...
For your convenience, the March TABLE SCRAPS Link Party will be open from 12:01 AM on Friday, March 26th - 11:59 PM on Sunday, March 28 (EST). I'm SEW looking forward to seeing what everyone has made with their "table scraps." Please join us the THIS WEEKEND for the Link-up. Remember readers, if YOU have a Table Scraps project to share, but no blog to share it on, drop me an email with photos and the story of your entry.
Until next time...
No table left uncovered!!