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.
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.
Don’t you love the addition of the black? Perfect for my house, because I have a lot of black furniture.
I will be needing more of this red check/print. I used my entire fat quarter for the binding.
Here’s a shot of the original runner from the pattern –
The design uses the same blocks, but by positioning the lights and colored prints in different places, they look so different.
If you are interested in this pattern, you can find it here.