Friday, April 6, 2018

TGIFF - QCR Table Runner

I finished the last project of my FAL 2018 Q1 goals!  This was a kit that included the Quick Curve Ruler Mini by Sew Kind of Wonderful.  Procrastination at its best, as I was dreading sewing curves.  As it turned it, it wasn't that bad.  Although, there was a lot of steam involved. 😊


I had no clue how to quilt this, so I did loops in white thread just to give the piece some texture.


I've discovered I can get decent photos in the living/dining room first thing in the morning.  Time to clean up my Singer treadle as it will now be making more appearances in photos.


The table runner is 14.5 x 35 inches.  The next two photos were taken in one of the offices at my work.  Good to know the lighting is decent for photos.


Patting myself on the back -- these curves look pretty darn good.



I'm linking up with the following:

Thank Goodness It's Finish Friday @ Celtic Thistle Stitches
Finish It Up Friday @ Crazy Mom Quilts
Can I Get a Whoop Whoop? @ Confessions of a Fabric Addict
Finished or Not Friday @ Busy Hand Quilts 
Needle and Thread Thursday @ My Quilt Infatuation 


22 comments:

  1. I love the simplicity of this (though the sewing is not simple at all)and how the colors weave back and forth. It looks lovely on your treadle.

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  2. those curves do look pretty good to me

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  3. Your curves look great! The quilting is perfect. I love that texture.

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  4. I like how easy that ruler makes curves. Your treadle is gorgeous - perfect setting for your photos!

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  5. Great job! It looks like ribbon curling down.

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  6. Beautiful curves! And congratulations on finishing all your projects this quarter - that’s really awesome!

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  7. Those curves look great! I guess I may need to get one of those rulers I've avoided the temptation so far.

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  8. It’s delightful! Isn’t working with curves fun?

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  9. Wonderful finish and the loops just add to the effect. It's great that you found such a good place to take photos.

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  10. The curves do look great and what an awesome chair to have at work! Congratulations for getting all your Q1 goals met. :)

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  11. Neat! Love the curves. It's a beautiful piece.

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  12. They do indeed - beautiful finish! I need to dig out my QCR ruler - never did get going on that pattern....

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  13. You definitely deserve a pat on the back....great curves.

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  14. The curves look fantastic and congratulations on finishing your FAL list for the quarter! It's great that you're finding a few places for photography. I absolutely love quilts draped over your treadle machine.

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  15. Those curves look pretty good from here too Anja :)

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  16. Luscious and smooth - love your curves. I am sure it would be a very lucky person who can get his/her hands on those curves :-P

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  17. Great runner! I love the soft curves and the photo of it with your sewing machine.

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  18. Okay either I commented in my dreams on this post, or maybe on IG? I clearly recall the shot of this gorgeous runner on your treadle machine! Great photo, and lovely runner, perfect for Spring...if it ever comes...

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  19. Those curves look fabulous! See! They are not so scary!

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  20. Glad you're finding good spots for photos. I'm still working that out at our new house.

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  21. Lovely runner, congratulations on a gorgeous finish! On behalf of the hosts, thank you for participating in the Finish-A-Long!

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