This table runner uses four Studio 180 tools; Corner Beam, Tucker Trimmer, Diamond Rects and Split Rects. I think next time I'd include the Wing Clipper and add Flying Geese to the ends of the Split Rects.
However, it comes together really easily. The Diamond Rects works like a dream. This is Deb Tucker's latest tool.
And I love the Corner Beam, I think this has become my favorite block component of late. I used it several times in my Tucker Tool Time Sampler:
Split Rects works great too, but this is the block that I think needs more... maybe flying geese at the end of the split rects.
Additionally, I pulled from my stash for my Loco for Lemoyne Stars sampler. Love using the stash!
A good trick; I needed 16 fabrics, plus background and border. I pulled my border from my stash and I had a general idea on the colors I wanted based on my drawing and I checked the selvage of my border, sure enough there were 16 colors listed. I used that as my guide and started pulling. I'll admit, it pushed me to use a few that I wouldn't have pulled on my own, I love it! I'm using a mix of Kaffe, Phillip Jacobs, and solids.
Here is the fabric I pulled, from Pennington Quilt Works for the Loco for Lemoyne Star Sampler that will be kitted for Pennington Quilt Works; a mix of Moda-Kate Spain Sunshine, Moda-V&Co, and Dear Stella.
I can't wait to get started! These are my projects for today, once I go to Yankee Quilter to pull fabric for my Tucker Tool Time Workshop series for that sampler. Plus, I will admit there are a few spring bulbs I didn't get planted and now need to create garden boxes for them... aargh, not fun. But my prize will be playing with Fabric!