If you like the way frost curls its icy etchings on glass during this season, this wonderfully rounded table topper is just what you need! This project comes to us from Connie Kauffmann of Kauffmann Designs and is a featured project in the Dec/Jan 2015 issue of the Quilter's Newsletter Magazine as a web extra! More from Connie and Quilters Newsletter:
"This quilted table runner I called Winter Snowfall. It uses Winter Wonderland and Baker's Dozen Sprinkles fabrics from Island Batiks. These fabrics worked wonderfully to give the feeling of snowflakes flying in a winter sky. The curved flying geese are paper pieced."
-- Connie Kauffmann
"Bring the sparkle of a frosty night indoors with this classic table runner by Connie Kauffman of Nappanee, Indiana. Foundation piecing makes it easy to sew the curved flying geese units, and you can choose to piece the blocks using traditional template piecing or machine applique, eliminating curved piecing if you desire."
-- Quilters Newsletter
Skill Level: Beginner
Finished Size: 10" x 30" (25cm x 76cm)
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