Tuesday, August 8, 2017

16 Candles

Well, more like 14 anyway. But here is the table runner for birthdays.  Bright and fun and DONE!
 I attached a batik binding to finish this birthday table runner. I had fun practicing the stipple around the candles.

Next up:  Stash bee blocks  The queen for the month is donating quilts so I opted to make 3 and had fun finding matching lights with a bright color.  

Now for the continuation of my UFO:  here are the quilting designs applied using a stencil and Pounce.  My first  usage of it, despite being in my supplies for some time.   I think they will be very modern.  There are 2 quilts: 35/36 inches square to be donated to the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at the local hospital.

Linking up with Small quilts and doll quilts, Monday Makers and  Free Motion by the river.


  1. Hi Debbie,
    Love you birthday candle runner! How fun that is and perfect for birthdays. I might need to make one for the great-niece/nephew who is due at the end of the month. Those Bee blocks are sure nice as well. I have only used Pounce once but had great success with it. It comes off easily yet is visible for quite a while unless you fold the fabric too often. Love the spirals! ~smile~ Roseanne

  2. Your quilting looks very ambitious. Look forward to seeing how the Pounce works for you because I have never used it.

  3. Great tablerunner. You are also making a tradition and memory. Nice bee blocks. Perfect color matches.