Are you familiar with the Victorian Table Runner? This pattern was created by Annette Ornelas of Southwind Designs.
Annette created the dimensional curves technique to simplify the process of piecing curved quilt block shapes. If you are not familiar with this technique you will definitely be interested in one of her books and/or patterns.
Years ago saw one of these quilts at Quilted Treasures in Rogers and immediately needed to buy the pattern and make the quilt. I don't remember who the recipient of the gifted table runner was. But the table runner remains a favorite of mine.
Click on the pattern to be directed to Southwind Designs to purchase a copy of the pattern.
Fast forward to a week ago... a customer brought me her Victorian Table Runner. She wanted something "custom".
This table runner can present a bit of a challenge for longarm quilters as problems can develop if you are not careful around the fold-back curves. Also - because of the nature of the fold back technique there can be some slight variation from unit to unit.
Using Art and Stitch I created two major designs that complements the Victorian Table Runner.
My Art and Stitch video tutorai will share with you my process for creating one of the designs - which I am calling Victorian Scroll.
Here are some pictures of the finished quilt. This quilt was pieced by Carolyn Oakes and will be on display at the Forest Lake Quilt show today (April 19th). Thanks Carolyn for letting me share photos of your quilt!
Here is Annette's cover quilt from the pattern with the quilting designs super imposed on her quilt.
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