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Bunny Tablerunner

Posted by csackett (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 29, 07 at 21:08

This is my Easter tablerunner. My colors are not coming out right.
Carolyn

Image link: Bunny Tablerunner (50 k)


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RE: Bunny Tablerunner

Cute! Looks like a great Easter runner.


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How cute, Carolyn! Do you have tablerunners for every holiday and season? We don't have a formal dining room table and the kitchen table is used for everything but eating so I don't have any tablerunners.

SharonG/FL


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RE: Bunny Tablerunner

After posting the above, I looked over and saw what I have covering the keyboard. Yep, it could be a tablerunner. I had 3 - 12 1/2" shades of autumn blocks....oranges, brown, cream, sewed them together (a year or so ago) with a green border....never even finished it...it's just the top laying there keeping the dust off the keyboard.


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RE: Bunny Tablerunner

Sharon,
I think that's a great idea. I've made sewing machine covers, why not keyboard and monitor covers. Thanks for the idea. I only have one table to eat on, but I do like to have a cover for every season on it. It has to be something washable, my DH is very messy.
Carolyn


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RE: Bunny Tablerunner

I love the bunny tablerunner! You did a great job.


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Carolyn, that's really, really cute! I am saving a picture of it as a jumping off point for one of my own. Thanks for sharing!


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That's absolutely adorable!


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adorable...


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Very Cute.TFS
Kathi


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Oh my word, that is Soooooooo pretty. Wow!!!!!


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