Tuesday, September 3, 2013

EQ Summer Drawing Series Block 4

 
This is the last block of the EQ Summer Drawing Series. It was a 4 block series but I only made 3 of the blocks.  I knew I wanted to make a table runner and 4 blocks would have been too big. The blocks measure 12.5 inches square. Once sashing and borders are added, the size was more appropriate using 3 blocks. The block I didn't make was an applique block. I've done a lot of applique so I didn't mind not making it. I did complete the lesson using EQ. I just hope I don't forget what I learned this summer! There's so much you can do with this software. It's really amazing!

 
Here's my completed table runner! It's already on my table. I feel like it's still early for a fall table runner but I couldn't resist! It looks great on my kitchen table. I'm so glad I made it! I'll be linking up to the EQ blog. Go visit here and take a look at all the other beautiful blocks!

8 comments:

  1. Neat table runner...can't wait for pumpkins, apple pies etc...I LOVE Autumn..hugs, Julierose

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    1. I'm so looking forward to fall too! I want that crisp cool air! I also want lots of pumpkin stuff!

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  2. All three are such interesting patterns! Great way to learn more about EQ7.

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    1. It really was a fun way to learn more about EQ7. So glad I did it!

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  3. Beautiful job Rosemary! I love the fall colors! Thanks for sewing along with us :)

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    1. Thanks so much for having this! I felt as though I learned a lot and I have my table runner to show for it!

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  4. great job on your blocks and having a runner made already.
    I think our colors would work nicely together. We both chose a fall type color scheme.
    take care
    in stitches
    Annette

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    1. Thanks, Annette! I'll have to take a look at your blocks! Love fall colors!

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