Tack. Fold. Ruffle.
However you display them, it’s easy to say YES! to decorating with table runners—that you make yourself!
Using a runner to brighten up any space is a simple task. And since runners run around a quarter of the size of an average throw quilt, you know that sewing speed is built in.
When you stitch a stash of runners from today’s flash-sale eBook, Skinny Quilts and Table Runners II, you’ll be able to spruce up a room with a dash of color, a ton of texture, or a splash of the season. For any reason! Runners are fun to make, quick to stow away, and easy to display. (Not to mention a great handmade gift to give.) And the showcase of popular designers in Skinny Quilts and Table Runners II will inspire you. Take a peek:
Clockwise from top left: Wisteria Lane by Melinda Bula; Rhubarb Crisp Runner by Jo Morton; Rungs by Karla Alexander; Starry Night by Karen Costello Soltys, Las Hojas del Otoño (Autumn Leaves) by Jane Dávila; An American in Paris by Joanna Figueroa.
Get the book that started the “skinny” series: Skinny Quilts and Table Runners! Try out a new technique or style without committing to a lot of time or fabric. You’ll find designs from Kaffe Fassett, Jane Sassaman, Marti Michell, and many more.
What spot needs a “skinny” spruce up in your home: a skinny wall, a skinny shelf, a skinny table top? Tell us in the comments!