Rainbow Road Table Runner

I finally got around to finishing the Rainbow Road table runner that I pieced back in April.

This project was a great way to get out of my comfort zone with improv curves and with a very busy fabric selection.  I’m happy with the project both because it was a chance to learn new skills and also because I like the final product.

I quilted it with {somewhat} straight lines and am pleased with the overall effect.  It’s such a happy, cheery thing to look at!

For the backing I used a long piece of Anna Griffin fabric I had from another project and the binding is a blue floral stripe which I wasn’t sure about but ended up using.

It’s finished and sitting on my kitchen table where it looks great!


One comment

  • I’ve been following your blog since Curves Class and have been meaning to tell you that I find it inspiring. As a mom of four and a grammie of eight, much of what you write rings bells of memories for me.
    Today I will tell you that I too love your runner. I found that most of the projects in that class were so pleasing. I made mine shorter and use it on a bedroom dresser.

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