Are you looking for a quilted project for your table? Here are 13 different quilted projects to choose from.
Table runners are one of my favorite projects to make as they take very little time and are great to make for gifts. This is a review of a quilt book that I received from Martingale.
You’ll find fast and easy techniques ranging from:
- Traditional Patchwork
- Scrap piecing
- Stitch and Flip triangles
- Fusible Applique
- Dimensional Curves
Pineapples are very popular right now and this fast and easy fusible applique table runner will be first on my list of projects to make from this quit book.
The hexagon table runner can be used as a table runner or as placemats. I have made many hexagon table runners but this technique is new to me and easy to do!
Table runners can be used for more than just a runner, you can use it as a wall hanging, drape one over a hutch, book shelf or a cabinet door.
There are plenty of color diagrams to walk you through each pattern and there are over sixty pages in this book. I’m a visual person and this great for me.
The table runners are designed by ten different designers so you’ll find a great variety of patterns and techniques.
You’ll also find highlighted hints and tips throughout the book which help make quilting so much fun.
Did you know if you buy a quilt book from Martingale you also get an e-book when you order a print version. Click to find Table-runner roundup – 13 quilted projects to spice up your table at: Martingale.
You can find Martingale at:
The photography is by Martingale, and their Photographer Brent Kane.
Other book reviews: