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Home Sweet Home Tablerunner

Posted by csackett (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 9, 07 at 7:58

This was fun. I used the no-waste flying geese method. I must have miscalculated. The mistake is obvious, but there are no quilt police at my house so I didn't go back and fix it. I'm making smaller things I can finish to practice my quilting.
Carolyn

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RE: Home Sweet Home Tablerunner

I like the no-waste method, too, but I'm not very good at Flying Geese......I probably should practice. Your table runner is very pretty. I like it!

SharonG/FL


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RE: Home Sweet Home Tablerunner

I'm not sure where your mistake is.


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RE: Home Sweet Home Tablerunner

Carolyn,
Neither me. I'm not sure what you are calling a mistake. It just looks scrappy to me and I like it very much.
TFS
Sally


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RE: Home Sweet Home Tablerunner

That looks great! (And I can't find the mistake either!)


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On the left end - the last two flying geese on the top and bottom rows are a little bit smaller. I thought about appliquing another flying geese over the mistakes, but I was too lazy. Git 'r done.
Carolyn


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RE: Home Sweet Home Tablerunner

Carolyn you are too hard on yourself. It looks beautiful ! I love it. mary in Va


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"The mistake is obvious" NOT
Looks good


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You are much toooooo hard on yourself!!!! I think you did a very nice job. Pat yourself on the back.

Nicki


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I loe it Carolyn, and I agree with the others.
I CAN'T SEE THE MISTAKE lol!!!!!!!!
Rosa


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