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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Sugar and Joe - Food For Thought Sew Along

When dessert is served,
I like a nice cup of joe to go with it.

Today, I’m happy to be back over on the 
Thermoweb blog
 to share my 
created with the Thermoweb Food For Thought Sew Along Quilt Blocks



This runner will be perfect for a dessert table.
Combining patchwork with applique is one of my favorite ways to make quilts. 
So when it came time to put the designer blocks together, 
I designed a coffee cup quilt block to add to the patchwork border.



All of the block patterns and the free pattern for this quilted table runner
 can be found on the Thermoweb blog.


I used Hash Dot by Michael Miller fabrics
and Kona Cotton White.


Teaming up with other Thermoweb designers for the 
Food For Thought Sew Along
 has been so much fun! 


As a member of the designer group,
I shared this quilt block:




 I used HeatNBond EZ Print Lite to print the patterns right on the fusible adhesive to create all of the quilt blocks. 
 Just print, fuse, cut, bond, and stitch.  It's that easy.


Click HERE to find my free pattern in a special blog post over at Thermoweb.

Enjoy a little Sugar and Joe today!!

5 comments:

Needled Mom said...

That is so cute and perfect for a table. You did a beautiful job on it.

Calicojoan said...

This is just so darn cute and your quilting is spectacular!!!!!

Scrapatches said...

I really like this tablerunner you have designed with these blocks, Carla. Adding the coffee cup is the perfect touch. I was not sure I how much I liked this blocks series until I saw your quilt. Thanks for always inspiring and sharing ... :-) Pat

Carol said...

Love this! Great way to use the blocks!

Unknown said...

Adorable table runner
Great job.. you are so talented!
Leigh