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X-mas runners

Posted by woodenzoo (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 30, 07 at 21:38

Here's the pictures of the runners I was having trouble quilting.
It had been so many years since I've quilted, I forgot what I was doing.
This is the one that I panicked on and ended up ripping out the quilting I started. I'm finishing it up now and it will be for my use next year. It's working out better the second time around...

This one is full of mistakes also, but it now resides at my mother's place!

As you can see with these two runners, I need a refresher course on color values and such!
I'm having a great time learning here and look forward to learning and sharing more with all of you!

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RE: X-mas runners

If they aren't looking the way they should be well you sure fooled me...I think they are both very striking. If you haven't been quilting for some time, you will enjoy all th new patterns and techniques available. Someone stays away all night designing short cuts.

Great job and welcome back to quilting...beware it is very addictive and fun!!!

RE: X-mas runners

I would have to agree. I really like the little snowman one.


RE: X-mas runners

Great job!!!! If that is your idea of not very good I can't wait to see the others.I need to make some table runners for myself, they are a great way to decorate for the holidays.

RE: X-mas runners

They look great to me !!!!!
You did a great job !!!!

RE: X-mas runners

I must be color blind... They look great to me!


RE: X-mas runners

I guess I'm my own worse critic! lol
Thanks everyone for your kind words and encouragement!

RE: X-mas runners

Hey, Cathy....Your runners look good to me, too!


RE: X-mas runners

Look great to me.I really like that first one.

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