and this is the back.
The table runner shown above is fully reversible. . I have used a dark fabric for the front, and a variety of batiks and graphic prints for the back. What fun! The technique allows you to keep on adding the circular blocks , which I call pikelets, until you achieve your desired size. I hope to keep on adding more pikelets to this project. They are addictive , and calorie free!!! Woohoo!!!
What to learn how to make ' Pikelets?' Join me for a workshop at The Cottage Quiltworks at Warriewood on either Wednesday, 23rd September, or Saturday 26th September. Contact the shop for details.
I am now playing around with these Japanese prints for a different look.
The playing has commenced - just can't help myself really,
Check back soon for the outcome.
Why an early post this week? Work commitments and a Fairholme Quilters bus trip to Hazelhurst Regional Gallery on Saturday to see the exhibition Labours of Love - Australian quilt 1845 - 2015, and the Kay Haerland Showcase. Lucky me!
I hope you have had a wonderful week filled with creative joy. Spring is here, and the possibilities are endless.
Happy sewing, love Miriamx