Introducing Fleet Street!
Dress up your tables, sideboards and desks with a Fleet Street table runner. These wide triangles are modern, fun and will add a unique design touch to your space. Create a spectrum of color, feature your favorite designer line or use holiday prints! The Fleet Street table runner finishes 16” wide by 64” long.
We made a few different table runners that we will be trading in and out throughout various seasons. Take a look below!
The first Fleet Street table runner we made has been in existence for quite awhile now! I made this version for the Good Vibes Only look book and booth last Spring. We used all the bright prints from the line as the triangles and the black and white word print for the background. I love how the words look all chopped up!
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays - I love to play dress up and the color orange, so what’s not to love? I collected some of our favorite orange prints and paired them with this fantastic metallic gold spiderweb print we have had for years! This runner will definitely be gracing our table every year in October.
Our good friend Jessica of Sew Many Creations sent us some of her latest fabric line, Juniper, and we immediately cut into it! It was screaming to become the perfect Springtime table runner - all the bugs, blooms, snails and butterflies make us long for warmer weather and campfires! This version of Fleet Street is a great example of how to shorten (or lengthen) the runner by subtracting (or adding) triangles.
We can never resist the impulse to arrange fabric in color order and this table runner was no exception! We used the leftovers of Untamed by Sarah Sharp to make this batik beauty. Sarah’s line is such a unique batik line full of leopard prints, funky leaves and more. We offset the triangles to add a little spunk to the runner!
These Ombre Confetti fabrics have taken the quilting world by storm and we wanted to share a version of the Fleet Street table runner using only two fabrics - one for the triangles and one for the background. We arranged the ombre fabrics so the center of the runner is dark and lightens as you approach each side.
Well, that is all we have for you today, but stick around for another new product blog post tomorrow!