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Tablerunners are addicting

Posted by rosajoe (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 27, 08 at 14:51

After seeing Sharon's beautiful springy table runners I had to make one. This one is hand quilted and I will not do that again as it is too small to really get a 'handle' on. I think MQ will be fine. This does not match anything in my house, I made it from scraps from DD's quilt and they are musical and I am NOT, so I will give it to them if they want it. They must all be adopted LOL. I want to make more of these in holiday patterns.
It looks crooked but it is the person holding the camera, ME!!
Rosa

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RE: Tablerunners are addicting

He is so cute! I may have to start making some for me.

beverly


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Rosa, That is really pretty! Love your fabric choices! Excellent job on the hand quilting, too!!!

SharonG/FL


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Rosa,
This is so cute! I love your bear. And are you kidding; have you ever offered the children anything they didn't take? My DD is always telling me she is putting her name on the back of something because it is hers when I'm gone. I tell her I'm not in a hurry! :)
You did a good job!
Sally


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I love to make table runners, they can be done quickly and make great gifts. Often I go through my stash and see what I have, sometimes I amaze myself with that is there and how a project comes out. I really love the bear you put in the center of your project.


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That is adorable. It's true, tablerunners are addictive. I got on a roll and made quite of few of them in a Christmas theme right after Christmas while I was still in the Christmas mood and now I have several put away for gifts. I should be doing some quilting but right now I'm putting together some jewelry, another very addictive hobby.

Geri


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That is really cute !!!!
I Love The Colors !!!!!
bopeep


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