I am starting another project with the lovely fabrics from Amy Butler's Lark collection. The prints are so exotic and beautiful and they have been sitting on my shelf for a couple of months calling my name. With these fabrics, I decided to make another reversible table runner because the first one was and still is a big hit with many readers.
This is the first reversible table runner I made. One side is the Guising fabric collection by Lizzy House (with a few others thrown in) and the other side is Denyse Schmidt's Flea Market Fancy collection. The solid is Kona cotton Snow.
The Guising collection is so fun that I wanted to make a festive table runner out of it. However, it just didn't seem practical to me to spend a lot of time and effort into making a table runner and only use it for one month out of a year. I decided to make it reversible so that it wouldn't spend so much time in a box.
I am going to use the Lark collection for the half square triangle/chevron pattern side. Eeeek! I can't wait!
Here is the other side with Flea Market Fancy, which could be used any time of the year. For the striped side of my new table runner, I have decided to make it with a Christmas theme and these adorable little scottie dogs.
That way one side provides Christmas decoration and the other can be used any other time of the year.
For more details on the first reversible table runner:
Stay tuned for more...