It has been so much fun this week sharing all of these pumpkin projects with you! My house is now all set for fall and Halloween decorations (I’ve even got some extras to send to a certain special helper – you know who you are!), and we’re all about five pounds heavier because of all the baking! : )
This final project, a quilted table runner, is a little more involved than the other projects that I’ve shared this week, but so worth it! Although I love a quick and simple project that can get finished in a simple naptime, there are some times when I want to put time and care into a project that takes a little more dedication. This is still a pretty basic table runner. It would be fun to applique some pumpkin leaves, stitch on some vines, or even applique some Jack-O-Lantern faces!
First, I sewed the green 2×2 to the black 2×2, and pressed open the seams. I then added the two side rectangles, and pressed the seams. Once I had the top done, I sewed it to the bottom like this: