QUILT INFO

The quilt in the header is made from a Cheri Payne pattern called "Twelve Days of Christmas"..

Friday, October 12, 2012

BASKET TABLE RUNNER PROJECT

I am working on a new table runner project.  I love baskets both real ones and on quilts.  For this runner, I am using a pattern by "Joined At The Hip" called "Berries and Baskets".  I have used wool on a cotton background for the applique part of the runner.  Next I need to do the pieced blocks.
The berries I made by cutting circle shapes of the wool and using pinking shears around the edges for a more ragged look.

I changed the header quilt to a fall look flimsy that I made a good while back.  I used a Fons and Porter pattern for it.  Fused the parts and did buttonhole stitch embroidery with black floss.

Lots of sewing going on here today.  Stop back again soon to see what I am working on.
Karen

34 comments:

  1. I am absolutely in love with that header quilt!! WOW!
    This little basket runner will be cute. I like your technique on the berries. What is the pieced block that goes with the baskets?

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  2. Those basket blocks are so delightful - the pinked edges of the berries at a lot of texture! Love it!

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  3. I should tell my blog feed APP to stop showing me your blog! lol While I'm still working on 12 Days of Christmas applique quilt (I think I will finish stitching down all the pieces over this weeken :))), you keep showing us all kinds of pretties :O Your baskets look so pretty, too. Will visit again later for more!

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  4. oh karen,your header quilt looks wonderful,happy stitching,susi

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  5. Everytime You change the header I rest without words, one again fantastic!
    The blocks are fantastic too.

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  6. Looking great! Love the little berries in the baskets like that.

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  7. LOVE LOVE LOVE your new header quilt! Gorgeous!
    Those baskets look really cute too!

    Tanya

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  8. The little berries remind me of bittersweets... I like how you cut them using pinking shears! Love the fall quilt in your header... can't wait to see the finished piece!

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  9. I am *swooning* over those baskets - the perfect mix of cottons and wools!

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  10. Love the new header quilt; cute, cute & more cute baskets--those look like bayberries twirling around them...so pretty. Julierose

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  11. Love the header quilt, my friend did the same pattern here.
    http://www.grassrootsquilting.blogspot.com/2012/06/sewing-sunday.html
    How fun that the same one can be so different. Yours is perfect with the black stitching, love it!

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  12. Header quilt is so pretty :O), those baskets are lovely!

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  13. I really love your baskets and the way you used the pinking shears on the edges of the berries. Very fall-like.

    LOVE the flimsy in your header. That's beautiful!

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  14. i really love your new header quilt! so cute...
    Those baskets look so pretty too.
    hugs xxx

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  15. Loving those little baskets........anything basket just draws me in immediately. And the colors are gorgeous. Great work.......again.

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  16. I am in LOVE with your baskets !!!!! Oh how would love to make those ! Just love your Fall quilt on your header GORGEOUS!

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  17. Love your header quilt! And your baskets are so cute! Great job! Have a happy weekend!

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  18. Great header photo...feel like I need to update mine soon too! The berries in you new blocks look just like the bittersweet branches I gathered in the woods today...

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  19. Darling basket blocks...I like what looks like bittersweet berries! The stripe you chose really sets them off nicely. And your new header is very fall.

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  20. Can't wait to see the finished runner, love the baskets. And the quilt in the header is lovely!

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  21. Oh my word, I love those berries!!! Can't wait to see the pieced blocks.

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  22. Your baskets and berries are really great. The berries do remind me of bittersweet too. The oak leaf and reel quilt is one I've always wanted to do. Fantastic!

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  23. I've always admired the quilt in your header! Its a beauty Karen!
    So are your basket blocks. I look forward to seeing what pieced blocks go with it.

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  24. Love Your Header Quilts, Karen, everything you make is just so pretty! Hugs, Mary

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  25. Love your new header quilt. The baskets are wonderful.

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  26. Love the new header Karen! blessings, marlene

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  27. I love baskets in quilts and real ones too. Your table runner is going to be really cute.
    TFS.

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  28. The Header quilt took my breath away!! Stunning! And love the basket runner...I'm a sucker for baskets and the berries make them sing!
    P

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  29. I love the bittersweet baskets!!! I think there will be a basket quilt in 2013.I need to update my blog desktop...Yours is always darling....

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  30. cute basket blocks for your runner and I love your header!! great homey oak leaf and reel

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  31. I love the baskets, and the berries look really cute with the pinked edges. I have the pattern for the quilt in your header and was thinking about it a few days ago. Seeing yours makes me want to get started on it. Yours is just gorgeous.

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