|Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal - July Finish|
Except for the fact that the fabric was purchased before the produce in the garden became prolific and was fermenting on the kitchen counter, one might have concluded these pickled veggies were my inspiration for this month's project.
Also, before I piece my wedges for my second pair of runners, I might reposition, omit, or exchange the bright lime batik. It appears to have a phosphorescent glow and is a bit too bright amidst the others.
The runner is basically made like the reversible mitered napkins from the Alizida blog. Since most of my table runners are layered with Pellon fleece, a very thin polyester batting, I thought I might not like just two layers of fabric for a runner but it is flat and smooth and looks attractive. With the success of this runner, I might even try a Ten Minute Table Runner, a style I have avoided in the past, opting to make WOF versions instead.