Friday, July 29, 2011

Summer Fair

I thought I would join in the Summer Fair being hosted by the genX Quilters. In my neck of the woods, the county fairs are held in the winter time, so having a Summer Fair is a fun way to enjoy looking at quilts and recipes during these hot days of summer.

Back in May I learned how to make the 10 Minute Block and posted about it HERE.
There were blocks left over when I made a change to the colors used in the quilt. So I finished putting the left over blocks together for this table runner.



This table runner is destined to be a Housewarming gift :-)

I am also linking up with Angie and her first Finished it Friday party and


If you are a new visitor to my blog, thanks for stopping by. I hope you will enjoy a Happy Quilting day!

14 comments:

Denise :) said...

The table runner is lovely -- are the squares with the curved lines appliqued on? Would you like to come to my house for dinner?!? LOL! :)

Stray Stitches said...

Gorgeous table runner!!

Crispy said...

I remember this one....I love the pattern :0)

Crispy

Cyndi said...

I love how those 10 minute blocks turn out....and your runner is beautiful! Lucky is the person receiving that one!

XOXO,

Cyndi

Leslie McNeil of MarveLes Art Studios said...

Oh, this is one of my new favorites! I will have to look it up on your blog. Beautiful, and the colors are wonderful.

Angie said...

Gorgeous runner! I need to try out this one. Thanks for linking up, too. :D

Rosa said...

Awesome runner.I love the pattern and the fabrics,just beautiful!!

jen said...

I love the pattern of your runner it is beautiful just lovely.Someone will be happy getting that for a gift.

Janine said...

That's lovely. What a great present.

Kim said...

Your table runner is beautiful. Someone's going to be very happy receiving it.

pinksuedeshoe said...

Pretty, what a great housewarming present!

Loris said...

Oh, I love the table runner! What a fun way to use those blocks. This looks wonderful! It will be a great gift!

AnneMarie said...

Great runner and so nice and quick! Thanks for sharing with us at Summer Fair! AnneMarie

p.s.phyllis sews said...

That is a really fascinating block. I love it. I want to try this one out!