Spooky Delights Table Runner Sew Along with the Fat Quarter Shop: Part One

Spooky Delights Table Runner Sew Along with the Fat Quarter Shop {an Art School Dropout's life}

Today is the first day in Fat Quarter Shop’s Spooky Delights Table Runner Sew Along, and I will be one of the bloggers showing my own twist on the design. I will be posting my progress every Monday morning for the next three weeks.

I thought the whole concept sounded fun, and I do need more Halloween decor!! Maybe you do too?

Spooky Delights Table Runner Sew Along with the Fat Quarter Shop {an Art School Dropout's life}

Today is just a nice welcome post to share the fabric requirements with you, which can be found here, and to show you the fabric’s I picked out.

Spooky Delights Table Runner Sew Along with the Fat Quarter Shop {an Art School Dropout's life}

I decided not to go with the fabrics shown in the sample piece, since it’s not really my taste. To each their own. Instead I pulled from my own fabric stash.

Spooky Delights Table Runner Sew Along with the Fat Quarter Shop {an Art School Dropout's life}

The top fabric, which is from the Downton Abbey from Andover Fabrics, will be for the bats and some of the squares in border #2.

The second one down, which is Tucker Prairie by One Canoe Two for Moda Fabrics, will be my pumpkin and some of the squares.

The third down, which is from the Mischief Night by Dinara Mirtalipova for Windham Fabricswill be the pumpkins door and again, some of the squares.

The bottom fabric, which is by Alison Glass for Andover Fabrics, will be my moon and of course some of the squares.

Spooky Delights Table Runner Sew Along with the Fat Quarter Shop {an Art School Dropout's life}

The top fabric, which is Kona Cotton in Silver, will be my background fabric.

The second down, which is Andover Fabrics Chambray in Caramel, will be my pumpkin stem, window pinwheel and some of the blocks.

The third down, which is Architextures by Carolyn Friedlander in grey, will be the second half of the pinwheel window and some of the squares.

The fourth one down, which is from the Botanics line by Carolyn Friedlander, will be the outside border.

The fifth fabric down, which is Sprinkle in black by Cotton + Steel, will be the binding.

The last fabric, which is Kona Cotton in Charcoal, will be the backing.

Spooky Delights Table Runner Sew Along with the Fat Quarter Shop {an Art School Dropout's life}

Whew!

If you like the fabrics in the sample table runner, you can buy the kit here.

Spooky Delights Table Runner Sew Along with the Fat Quarter Shop {an Art School Dropout's life}

Now make sure to check back next Monday morning to see my progress on the runner, get the link to the first half of the pattern, and read any helpful tips I MIGHT have (I can’t promise I’ll have any, but you never know)

This post was sponsored by the Fat Quarter shop, and I was compensated for my time.

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3 thoughts on “Spooky Delights Table Runner Sew Along with the Fat Quarter Shop: Part One

    • Mary, The first half of the pattern will be available this upcoming Monday, and then the second half will be available the following Monday. They wanted to spread it out a bit so everyone was working at the same pace! :)

      I hope you check back on Monday for the next link!!

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