New home for a Table Art

It is always fun to make things to give away especially when you love what you are making. I love colorful quilts and wanted to make something as a gift for my daughter in law's parents. Well....she happens to love color as much as I do so it was a delight to make a very colorful table runner. I chose my Table Art pattern and bright dupioni silk. When I say bright I mean bright! Orange, lime green, purple, gold and grey became my palate. With that I chose ribbon with dahlias to match. I was happy with the top and absolutely thrilled after it was quilted by JoLynn ONeil and I had bound it. I took the finished runner to Dallas at Thanksgiving when both families get together for the holiday and gave it to them. Pam sent me a thank you with the following pictures. I think it was a great match for their entry hall table.



About Debbie Maddy

I am a quilt designer, fabric designer, author, lecturer and international traveling teacher. I love sewing, quilt making, jewelry making, fabric dyeing, cooking and traveling to teach. I especially like meeting new people ..... Seeing old friends.
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2 Responses to New home for a Table Art

  1. Anne -- SF, SD says:

    Wow– did they paint the wall and select the lamp after receiving the runner? Love the runner’s colors. What a striking and attractive tableau!

  2. Trisha Vick says:

    Debbie, I have been looking on your website for the Table Art pattern that you used here. How can I get this pattern?

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