True Red White Blue DrEAMi

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21 Responses

  1. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, Your Star Table Runner is Beautiful! I enjoyed reading your post and always get inspired with what you and Sue are creating and accomplishing! Have a fabulous day!

  2. Carol S. says:

    I’ve never heard the word “DrEAMi” but I think I’ve been doing that for years…now I know what to call it! I love your patriotic runner and the wavy quilting. I have a whole container of blues, but it seems that there is never the right color blue in there so of course I have to go shopping.

  3. Great table runner and excellent use of stash!!

  4. dezertsuz says:

    Oh, yes, I have lots of red/white/blue dreams! LOL I’m always making one, and it’s the biggest part of my stash. These are great stars and a beautiful finish!

  5. Oh yes, I have dreams and yes they are colorful, alright. Not that I can share them here. I’d be aghast if I did anything based on my colorful dreams. Enough about me. Love the crisp colors, bold pattern and the uber neat quilting. This one is a hit, perfect for this time of the year. Wonder what you will dream of next 🙂

  6. That’s a great table runner, and it’s even finished in lots of time for July 4 festivities. Isn’t it amazing how quickly a project comes to life when it grabs you? This one is so striking, it’s no wonder it was a dREAMi!

  7. helen says:

    the grand poobah of squirrels ! I love it.

  8. Tish says:

    Perfect little project! I always enjoy a could red white and blue quilted piece. Your squirrels were celebrating the holiday weekend pretty hard 🙂

  9. Kate says:

    Very festive and perfect for this weekend. Hope you took some pressure off the drawers and have chased the squirrels away for a bit.

  10. I think your HST project is awesome. Random and beautiful. Love the true blue stars too!

  11. That’s so pretty, Roseanne! Now you’ve got me thinking of making something red, white, and blue, too! (Or maybe I should say *dreaming*) 😘

  12. quiltinggail says:

    Very nice!!! A true DrEAMi as you say!! Well done!

  13. Denise says:

    Oh so pretty and I love the quilting on this. Thank you for linking up with me. Check back next week to see my newest addition for storing fabric.

  14. Rochelle Summers says:

    Well, there you go! Using scraps and making such a beautiful runner in patriotic colors. I have a “thing” about red, white and blue because I’m an early firecracker…born on the 3rd of July! Love the looks of that block. (I think you could get a little more blue in that drawer).

  15. I love every single thing about this runner! From me being the bad girl to you being the bad girls to the colours to the wavy line quilting. Excellent finish and I’m sure it’ll sell in no time. 🙂

  16. Shanon Fleming says:

    Love the wavy quilting! I’ve been seeing it on lot’s of blogs this week. Your runner looks great! Vicki give great advice.

  17. Ah, you are learning to feed your squirrels well, young one! You have a gorgeous squirrel there, and so well done and quickly made. Ugly fabric — somebody’s got to love the ugly fabric too!

  18. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    Great…Thanks…now I have to make one… LOVE these blocks. thanks for the inspiration my squirrely friend! Happy long weekend.

  19. I’m not usually attracted to R, W & B quilts per se, but this table runner grabs me. And the backing is fun, too.
    Oh and BTW: that wavy quilting? That’s one of the few machine quilting designs I have mastered – looks perfect for this project.
    Keep on DrEAMi (ng), Roseanne!

  20. Vicki in MN says:

    It’s wonderful-see I knew you could do it, that’s why I ‘nagged’ you about it, hahaha. So what will you make with the blue HST’s, another runner perhaps?

  21. Frédérique says:

    Pretty DrEAMi 😉 I love your process explained, thank for sharing your inspiration! Are the drawer a little bit less full?

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