Saturday, July 25, 2015

Snappy Splendor Table Runner Take 2

I had so much fun making my first Snappy Splendor table runner I wanted to make a second one! (I even have plans for a 3rd) I used my stash of 4th of July fabrics for one side and autumn colors on the other.

I love how you can have two totally different looks with one project!

If you have never tried a double-sided binding you should give it a try! Works great for a reversible project like this one and it goes together pretty easily.

Pattern is Snappy Splendor Tablerunner by Cheryl Phillips of Phillips Fiber Art. This is a quilt-as-you-go project that uses a 10 degree Wedge Tool. I would highly recommend this pattern- fabulous easy to follow directions! I taught a class on this project at my friend Amy's shop, Overbrook Quilt Connection, contact her for a pattern and ruler if you are so inclined and let her know I sent you. :)


  1. That's so cute, Susan! I love that it's reversible and look at you with your double-sided binding! :) What fabs did you use for your first one, and what are your plans for your 3rd one?

  2. Hi Nan! I have a post on my first one, rainbow colors on one side and batiks on the other. My next one I am not going to make curved, it will be straight and I am using Little Joys Christmas fabrics on one side (pastel Christmas colors) and probably Halloween prints on the other side.