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Thread: French Braid Table Runner - Tutorial

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    French Braid Table Runner - Tutorial

    Here's a link making the table runner. Enjoy! http://quiltbug.com/free/table-topper.htm

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    Thanks for the link, it looks easy enough even I can make it.
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    I made this table runner for my Mom. It was easy and turned out very pretty.

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    Great site thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for sharing!
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    THanks for the pattern. I was going to use my french braid quilt pattern and make a table runner from it. All of the figuring is done for me here. So much easier. I am making one for my mom for Mothers Day. I need to get started soon. I love that in the pattern they tell you the quilt police won't come and get you.

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    This is an awesome pattern to use. I made several a few years back ( Christmas gifts) & made them reversible quilt as you go. They were fast & fun projects. Everyone loved them as they could just flip them over at Christmas time.

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    I also made a couple of these for Christmas. I used embroidery in the center block. I think it really made them look great. I will see if I can get a picture or two to post....I don't have real good luck with the posting part!Name:  DSCN5340.JPG
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    It worked....yeah!! Thanks for looking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crqltr View Post
    I also made a couple of these for Christmas. I used embroidery in the center block. I think it really made them look great. I will see if I can get a picture or two to post....I don't have real good luck with the posting part!Name:  DSCN5340.JPG
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    You made some awesome runners. Inspires me to fussy cut some fabric and start making Christmas gifts.
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    but everyone else can. People are kinda like that. ~~

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