Above the Curve Table Runner Kit

Create your own Above the Curve Table Runner as seen in Stitch Spring 2015!
SKU: S3126

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $64.99

Special Price $34.33


Above the Curve Table Runner Kit


Inspired by the work of artist Rex Ray, this table runner is a collage of irregular curved shapes. Making the curves is easy using freezer paper patterns and a turned edge appliqué technique. Attach the shapes by hand or machine. You can use graphic, modern prints, solids, or more subdued prints.


With this kit, you'll receive the entire issue of Stitch Spring 2015, which contains the sewing pattern for the Above the Curve Table Runner. You will also get one fat quarter bundle of fabric from the fabulous Cotton + Steel Moonlit Collection designed by longtime Stitch artist Rashida Coleman-Hale. This hard-to-source fabric is going fast, and you will love this affordable kit which sells the bundle for less than retail and includes the issue of Stitch. A $70 value!

Included in this collection:
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Stitch Spring 2015


This issue has plenty of projects to get you inspired to rev up your own machine. With sections like Return to Retro, Wardrobe Warmup, Feathering Our Nests, and Daily Rituals, there's no shortage of modern sewing patterns with springtime flair. Plus, you'll find a helpful technique spotlight on pattern markings and a fun feature on rising star designer Caroline Hulse.


1 Fat Quarter Bundle – Moonlit Collection

from Cotton & Steel Fabrics

Moonlit Fat Quarter Bundle by Rashida Coleman-Hale from Cotton and Steel Fabrics includes 14 fat quarters in fun and cheery colors to make your table runner!

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