Friday, December 27, 2013

WINTER'S LANE 2013


Winter's Lane (Moda) ran thru my kitchen this holiday season.
In the form of a table topper and table runner.
I had a charm pack of Winter's Lane
but pulled out the blues for my kitchen colors.

Straight line kwilting boxing each block

Close up - varying widths between the straight lines. 


Creamy White Backing
really shows off the kwilting

 Table runner has simple straight line kwilting.
Binding for both is brown

Close up of kwilting - Bernina walking foot does the trick.

Creamy white backing again.

Sized to fit my kitchen island

The red birds and trees on the fabric 
is perfect with my red bird winter theme
in the kitchen

But because it is "wintry"
Winter's Lane will be open til spring.

Do you have a winter theme in your house?

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21 comments:

  1. very nice runner, have just seen your list for 2014 wow all I say is best of luck with it

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  2. Those runners are gorgeous, Kathy! Very nice to add a touch of winter for the whole season! I would love it if you would add this post to the linky party on my blog for the last TGIFF of 2013 at http://sewfreshquilts.blogspot.com

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  3. Very nice kitchen accessories, I love that fabric line.

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  4. That looks fabulous and the colors are so wonderful.

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  5. I love this fabric line. I have two charm packs but I haven't made anything out of it yet. I really like the pattern you used. I might copy that idea :-)

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  6. Very pretty table runner. Lovely fabrics. I like the quilting.

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  7. Lovely additions to your winter kitchen!

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  8. Beautiful!!! That's one of my favorite fabric lines for Christmas :*)

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  9. That fabric collection really fits your house perfectly! Love what you did with them.

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  10. I love that fabric and you used it to make some really beautiful projects!

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  11. A beautiful table runner! I usually have a winter theme in my house until about February, when I finally manage to get all the Christmas stuff put away!!

    Whoop whoop for you!

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  12. Very pretty and yes I do try to keep out the winter items for a bit longer.

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  13. Oh how lovely Kathy! That is such a sweet pattern. I just got some of that fabric for Christmas so this goes on my list of possible patterns to use. And nice quilting too!

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  14. LOVE it. You clever girl you!!!

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  15. I love your table runner, and the colors would look good in my kitchen too.
    I never got to do all I had planned for Christmas projects. I started a Christmas BOM quilt at my sewing center, and I still have about 3 blocks to finish. So maybe it will be done by next Christmas!

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  17. So pretty! I won some charm packs of this line on giveaway day and am looking forward to using it this month. I decorate with snowmen all winter and I have one lap quilt of snowy batiks in blues. Looking to make more...

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  18. Thanks for sharing this link with me, Kathy. Those look great. I love to use charm packs and it's interesting by separating out different colors and prints you get entirely different looks.

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