Sunday, September 27, 2009

Pumpkin Table Runner

I was inspired by THIS quilt. To make this runner. I am totally in love with how it turned out.
It was so fun to do.
I free pieced the pumpkins.
And once I got going the wheels started turning and turning and . . .
Me thinks I see a Cherry Quilt in my future...

16 comments:

Nedra said...

I was completely taken with the Ingrid Press quilt, and now to see your interpretation into a table runner! WOW!!! I am going to have to make one of those too!
What an inspiration!

Needled Mom said...

So cute, Jodi. It will be adorable on the table.

Natalia said...

Very cute! Thanks for sharing! :)

wishes, true and kind said...

Totally cute!

Millie said...

Jodi, that is a cute Pumpkin Table Runner and there is nothing wrong with telling us you think so too! LOL

erica e said...

i love it! how cute!

Lynn said...

Wow - that is sooo cute - think of all the possibilities of things to make blocks like this. I'm thinking Christmas trees. I love the white with the orange. So cheery!

RosaMarĂ­a said...

so cute!!!

Sew Create It - Jane said...

Perfect for the up coming holidays!

Goddess in Progress said...

Clicked over from Quilting Barbie... LOVE LOVE LOVE your pumpkins! Bookmarking this idea, for sure! Now, if I can just figure out how to do some turkeys... :-)

Liz @ teeny tiny quilts

Kathy said...

Wow, I'm totally in love with the way it turned out too! (First time visitor from Thumbleanna)

Amy said...

I seen your link on another blog... very nice table runner,I am going to have to try one.. maybe with some candy corns. Thank You for the inspiration,Amy

jules said...

I've loved this on flickr forever, and now I've found your blog! yay!

Kim Carney said...

that is adorable!

~Babychaser~ said...

This has been on my to do list for a while... well, it finally happened. My version anyway! Just wanted to share:
http://babychaser.blogspot.com/2011/12/quilted-table-runner-for-fallchristmas.html.

Thanks for all your inspiration!

ellen said...

if you do the cherry quilt, which i love, remember that they grow in pairs. two dangling together would be much better than a lonesome single cherry.

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