Thursday, September 22, 2011

Fall Projects

With a new school year started, time has been slipping away. Along with our typical homeschooling at home, we also are part of a homeschool co-op where parents take turns teaching classes, as well as a Girl Scout troop (with girls from Kindergarten through high school). My projects have taken a back seat, but it's time to get them finished, so I've been busy this week getting everything to the point of quilting.

Here are a few of the things I'm working on:
Maple Leaf Table Runner (2 of these, slightly different variations)
Patchwork Table Runner (2 of these). These will have scalloped edges!

 From Mary Engelbreit's fabric collection, "The Caroler." 

I would like opinions here. I started with 2 panels and had the "turnovers" (triangles) in the same fabric line already. I used those to border the panel. To me, this could be a finished piece (with a border, quilting and binding) OR I could add several wide borders to make it a lap quilt. Currently these are about 20" x 30". What do you think?

Thanks for stopping by!

5 comments:

Emily Painter-Davis said...

I vote for quilt.

Karen Lynn said...

Lori, I can't help you on this one. This is way out of my league.

Peggysuez said...

I don't know what to tell you, except I think as a consumer I would prefer the leaf pattern as a lap quilt over the other one. Both are nice!

ashjoy said...

What fabulous table runners! And love the patriotic quilt.

Traci M said...

Hi Lori,
Could you email me the measurements for your maple leaf table runner, and the color of the outside panel that borders the leaves? Price might help, too! I think you will be able to sell these, no problem...they look great!