Before the pandemic arrived I was scheduled to teach a class on constructing a Kaleidoscope Table Runner (to demonstrate how the Stack ‘n Whack technique actually works). Do a table runner and you know how to turn the technique into a quilt or wall hanging, even a garment if you wished.
The class was cancelled. As businesses and life are slowly resuming here in Nova Scotia (we’ve effectively been without any new cases for close to a month – well one at the end of last week – someone who’d travelled from the US and then didn’t bother to quarantine for two weeks and managed to spread the virus to three young folks in PEI!) we’re beginning to think about resuming some aspects of our previous life.
So the class was rescheduled. One woman signed up, another was interested but not during the summer, so it’s been moved back till the end of September.
However, I’d started yet another kaleidoscope table runner as a demonstration piece and of course I kept working away at it.
Finished it this morning:
And here is the back:
I did have to buy the yellow bordering fabric but the rest was constructed from fabric I had in my stash. Not many scraps left over!
I’ve finally written instructions for how to make this table runner – took a while because I kept forgetting to take photos as I went along. I was able to use images from several different runners in order to show how the various parts of the project are constructed.