It was a typical spring day here today! Sunshine and showers!
Our walk along the beach was what you would call ‘bracing’! But no matter the season, there is always beauty to be found.
Back in the warmth of the indoors, let’s talk table runners!
|Photo courtesy of British Patchwork & Quilting|
This is my Drunkard’s Path Table Runner and Mats set, as featured in the April issue of British Patchwork & Quilting.
The inspiration for this design came from the lovely Aylin, who I’ve had the pleasure of meeting in person (love our blogging community!). Aylin very kindly gave me permission to develop this design further, following the beautiful cushion she made.
There are several ways to sew curves, and as with any technique you haven’t tried before, I recommend practicing on some fabric scraps first. This pattern explains the ‘no pin’ method of sewing curves, which may seem daunting at first, but it is much quicker than traditional methods and you quickly get into a rhythm with it.
So if you love sewing curves as much as me, pick up a copy of BPQ today!
Edited: This pattern is now available to purchase from here.