Happy Sunday everyone!
This weekend, I worked on completing my table runner top for the Modern Trees QAL, hosted by Christa at Christa Quilts!
Rather than making a quilt sized project, I decided to make 5 improv tree blocks so I could have a cute little wintery table runner. I added a dark blue inner border which really complements the trees well. The next step will be to add the backing and do basting. Since my project is so small, I’ll probably do the machine quilting at the same time so stay tuned!
Here’s a look at the Modern Tree QAL table runner top:
Yesterday, I took a drive with my hubby and son to the Oregon Coast to pick up several more Sew Oregon quilt shop hop stamps on my passport. The weather was surprising nice – no wind and about 60 degrees! We took a picnic blanket and ate lunch on the beach near Haystack Rock. The tide was still out far enough that many families and children were exploring the exposed tidepools.
Here’s a pic of the “Needles” rock formations just to the left of Haystack Rock (not pictured).
Hope you had a great weekend!
What a lovely picnic spot! I would love to see the Oregon Coast one day. it’s a part of the country I’ve not seen.
The trees runner looks so fantastic! Nice work 🙂
It’s so fun to follow a blog so close to home! My daughter was at Newport Thursday and Friday for a Girl Scout trip and enjoyed that same great weather! Thanks for sharing the pictures!