Barely visible in this photo, there is a fine gossamer spider web in the center.
I really like this. Nice job.
Soooo Cute! Beautiful work.
Love it! Love fall leaves and pumpkins.
do you have a pattern for this.. Love the spider web in the middle!! must have.. pleeeeeeeze!!!
I would love to know where to find the pattern for this, really love it...great job!
I would love to have this pattern....absolutely beautiful.
Very Festive indeed. Great quilt.
Great job. I never do seasonal thongs but this inspires me.
Very cute pattern..where can we find it?
Wonderful!! Where can I find the pattern?
This is awesome~~~I love it!
Wow! Where can we get this pattern!
Love the spider web quilting! It grabbed my eye first thing! So cute.
Love it! the spider's web really adds character.
Does anyone know where this pattern can be found?
Great job on the spider web quilting.
I love this! is this an original pattern; if not, I'd like to know where I can find it!
This is my own creation, but very easy to duplicate. You're welcome to use your computer monitor as a make shift light box. Trace the pumpkins and leaves using a sheet of copy paper. Then enlarge on your printer. The finished size of the topper is 40"x 20". Cut a rectangle 32 1/2"x 12 1/2" for the center of the runner. For the inner border strips, cut 2 @ 33" x1 1/2" and 2 @ 15" x 1 1/2". For the outer border, cut 2 strips @ 35"x 2 3/4" and 2 strips @ 21"x 2 3/4". Cut a rectangle 40 1/2"x 20 1/2" for the backing (measure the quilt top to be sure). Note: I cut the strips a little longer and then measure and trim to square up after adding each piece. The binding finishes out at 1/2". I hope I have calculated this correctly. Please measure and cut as you go.
Thank you! Thank you! I love the look!
Linda - I can see the spider web just fine! Your leaves are beautiful - like they just fell off the tree!
Thank you for all the nice comments. I've found a new love(s)...applique and smaller quilts. It is such fun and more immediately rewarding. I've been a dormant artist these past many years so I'm going to start "painting" on my fabrics. I did some on this project, like the veins on the leaves. After I stitched them I decided the contrast didn't show up enough so I went over them with an indelible pen. Looks much better.
this is great!