I'm late getting this posted as I finished it over last weekend. It's always nice to have a finish -- even if it is small.
Without further ado here's my finished August Table Scraps Challenge runner.
I decided to use my Accuquilt Go Cutter and the 9" Cube. I picked a pattern I liked, picked the fabrics and got on it. I really like aqua, teal, turquoise the whole realm of blue greens. Surprisingly I don't have all that much fabric in those colors. Hum, I wonder if I use them a lot? Could be.
The block design is called Louisiana. It's basically 4 flying geese with 4 rectangles. I chose to put these on point as I had just purchased a die called Setting Triangles - 9" Finished. It's actually a design that will cut the setting triangles on the side and the smaller ones on both sides at the top and bottom. Since I have the 9" cube it seemed like a reasonable add on for me.
Did you noticed the floor? We've had a portion of our back deck turned into a 3 seasons room. (Or maybe I should call it a sun room.) We've had wonderful weather for the past few days -- low humidity and temps below 80. So much nicer than the high humidity and 95+ degrees. The window and door in the great room open on to the sun room. We've opened both and the windows in the new room. It is wonderful with a nice breeze circulating. We still need some electrical work done (and inspected) and to have the floor installed. And then add some furniture -- which luckily we already own!
Back to the table runner....Hum, I'd agree that the table runner is flat out best! (Of course, all the table runners I've made this year are flat out best!)
Here's a peek at the backing too. As usual all of this fabric came from stash. It feels so good to use stash especially a few pieces I really like. I'll enjoy seeing this runner on my table.
Late but happy to share my August Table Runner with everyone.