Farmhouse in Seville

Okay – so that title might be a little misleading.

I am not giving a tour of a farmhouse in or just outside of Seville – though that would be fun.  I can almost picture it – a whitewashed exterior, the windows with a view of the Andalusian hills, a drive up an olive tree-lined driveway.  And now I’m hungry for Paella too – and I won’t be finding that around here.  That all sounds really good right now as I listen to the cold Minnesota wind howling just outside my window. . . . .   But for now, this table runner is as close as I’m gonna get.

The pattern is called Seville and the fabric line is Farmhouse by Fig Tree Quilts – thus the title of my post.

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I have had this fabric since Spring Market, and have been waiting to cut into it.  I’m still going to make a bigger project with the fabric too, but at least I got to play with it.

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Don’t you love the addition of the black?  Perfect for my house, because I have a lot of black furniture.

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I will be needing more of this red check/print.  I used my entire fat quarter for the binding.

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Here’s a shot of the original runner from the pattern –

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The design uses the same blocks, but by positioning the lights and colored prints in different places, they look so different.

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If you are interested in this pattern, you can find it here.

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5 Responses to Farmhouse in Seville

  1. Sharon Peterson says:

    Love the colors!

  2. Marsha Nelson says:

    The black, cherry fabric is so cute! It really adds to the other colors.

  3. Pat D says:

    Really stunning!!!! I have a fat quarter bundle of the fabric.

  4. Jean says:

    Love the blue over the grey. It makes that cloudy, cold, windy, rainy day far less dreary!

  5. Cute… Thanks for sharing the pattern link!!

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