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Thread: 10 minute table runner question

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    Has anyone heard of a "10 minute runner"? I guess there isn't a pattern for it for purchase so there is no copyright and I am wondering how to make it. I know I need 1/3 yd of one fabric and 1/2 yard of another (coordinating) fabric but then I don't know what comes next. Can anyone help me out?

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    Thank you!

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    K, so I just checked those links that nativetexan put on but I don't understand how one is supposed to finish the last end. is it a tuck in from the right side and hand stitch or what? any thoughts?

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    If I made anything in ten minutes, it would look like it!
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    I really didn't understand how to finish it. Maybe I need someone to show me live? I can't get my mind around how it becomes a point on the end.

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    Yes, that is what I mean/meant too! Thanks for putting it in better words. I can see getting one end before turning while it is still in a tube right sides together but how do we do it on the other end? I'd like to see a few photos on a tutorial. Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Terryl
    I really didn't understand how to finish it. Maybe I need someone to show me live? I can't get my mind around how it becomes a point on the end.

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    This went together very easy. When I get back tonight I will post some pictures........Michele

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    Thanks, I'll be watching for some :)

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