Southeast Alaska is an archipelago. The miles and miles of beaches in this region are home to an abundance of sea creatures. There can be more than 20 feet of tidal fluctuation in our area. If you wander down to the beach low tide, you will find tidal pools with all kinds of interesting life. Dana Michelle Woodard at Wildfire Designs had created a table runner pattern for the beach lover. This pattern includes many of the creatures that make their home beneath the sea in our area. Dana's patterns are easy to follow. Skills needed for this pattern are tracing, cutting and ironing. Of course a little sewing is necessary too. Click the picture below to get more information about this pattern.
Trace the pattern onto fusible web and then iron it on to the fabric for each of your pieces.
Cut the pieces out.
Iron the detail pieces on.
Using the appliqué pressing sheet placed over the pattern, iron the pieces in place.
Put the background together.
Peel the ironed pieces off the sheet and place them on the background.
Add any remaining pieces to the background.
Your table runner is ready to be quilted.
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