Friday, 20 November 2009

Village No 1

The first village from my Finish It! project is finished. If you would like to build a village of your own, Christmassy or not, you’ll find my free pattern for this table runner both in Norwegian and English here. I am very pleased with how it turned out, but as daylight is rather scarce here this time of year and weather, I had to get a bit creative when photographing it.

Now I’ll pop over and add this to amylou’s sew & tell and Rosebud's Fabric Friday.

29 comments:

  1. Nina, as always your quilts are bright and cheerful. Love the houses. By the way, I just finished the Santa Cats and I love it. Will be posting it soon but I'm off for a quick weekend to visit some of my grandchildren.

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  2. Great job on this table runner. I really enjoyed the original design.

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  3. Beautiful and oh so festive! What a neat way to celebrate and I love the length!

    Thanks for sharing your Friday Finish with us.

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  4. Very nice, the fabrics and design work so well together!

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  5. I love your village! This is darling.

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  6. THat is so pretty! I love it. You always have such neat designs. By the way, do you have a pattern for that pregnancy belly wall hanging you did? I loved that to!

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  7. This is great--thank you for offering the pattern. The fabric choices are especially nice.

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  8. I love those colors & fabrics! What a fun idea, to sew a villiage. I like it plain, like that, but if you were so inclined to embellish it, the possibilities would be endless! I can see my son parking his trucks & putting his little people in all the houses!

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  9. Very neat! I love the colors! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. I love your table runner. It is so bright and happy and so crisp and clean looking. Great job with colors.

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  11. Your table runner looks lovely. Thanks for showing it to us.

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  12. I like your village, it looks like the kinda place I'd like to live *smile*. Thank you for sharing your creative pattern, too!

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  13. Oh, how cute! Just love the beautiful fabrics you've used. :o)

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  14. Fantastic table runner, thank you for sharing your pattern, I like your color combo. Thank you for participating in Fabric Friday, hope you come back next week, great fun to meet new people and see what everyone is working on.

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  15. Oh it's so beautiful! Wow! Thanks Nina for sharing the pattern. I will have to make one of these with Halloween fabrics. :o)

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  16. Nina (love that name!), The table runner is spectacular! The colors are rich and warm. Thanks for the free pattern.

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  17. Love, love, love your table runner! The stripey fabric is particularly cute.

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  18. So cute! I really want to make a table runner.

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  19. That is so cute! I love the polka dot fabric.

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  20. Thank you, this is just lovely!

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  21. Love your table runner. Great villages!! Thanks for sharing. I will check out the tutorial.

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  22. Hello,

    I just disovered Freebies for Crafters, which led me to you. I love this little runner. Thanks so much for the instructions!

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  23. Just thought I would let you know I finished a Village table runner...thanks for the great tutorial...its on my blog if you are interested...hugs Khris

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  24. Great tutorial,the runner is awesome.Thanks for your patterns

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