I pulled some fabric left overs and cut two 3" and one 2.5" strips.
Sewed them together.
Cut 30 degree triangles and laid this short runner out.
Done! I did have a bit of a challenge getting the seams pressed in the right direction so the grey and red centers laid flat nicely.
I had to make two strip sets as I needed one more triangle of each cut more, but then I had left overs so I made this little candle mat with what remained. It was a fun escape from the rest of my projects and I'll get these little guy quilted and bound and gift or use them myself.
60 degree runners are fun to make. I've made almost 40 of them (so far).ReplyDelete
This looks awesome.ReplyDelete
Sometimes it is nice to make something quick. Very pretty results.ReplyDelete
Fun... with a tiny bit of ORANGE for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge thrown in for good measure!!ReplyDelete
What a great project and I like your scrap color choices!ReplyDelete
Ooh I like that little runner. In fact I probably have a pattern that makes up that runner. And, the other day I was thinking about some blue and yellow fabric I have that would definitely work with the pattern. You are motivating me to give it a try. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Now you just made me want to make more of them, hehe. I really like the red that sets yours off nicely.ReplyDelete
Very nice. Love the chosen fabrics!ReplyDelete