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Thread: IN SEARCH OF TECHNIQUE

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    I am searching for a pattern for a table runner that I saw on the board a few days ago.

    It is a new technique. You only sew squares together then cut into 3 pieces and sew back together. It makes it look like you sewed the pattern on point.

    Thanks for your help!

    Angie

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    I will surf and see if I can find it, sounds cool

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    Thanx, QuiltnCowgirl ~ that's a very interesting pattern! :D
    I'll have to give that a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnCowgirl
    :thumbup:

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    On the Twist & Shout -- can anybody figure out if this would work using 5" charms and what the other cutting dimensions would be? Hate to have to cut down the charms - kinda defeats the purpose of being quick and easy. THANKS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katydid2
    On the Twist & Shout -- can anybody figure out if this would work using 5" charms and what the other cutting dimensions would be? Hate to have to cut down the charms - kinda defeats the purpose of being quick and easy. THANKS!
    9 1/2" for the large black squares. 5 +5=10 - .5 for the center seam..Yup 9.5" :thumbup:

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    THANK YOU! I must be brain dead today :)

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    It is this same technique but it is just a table runner. I thought this would make a good small project to teach at our guild work day.

    Thank you to everyone who is helping me find this.

    Angie

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    I found it. It was in the new issue of Quiltposium. Here is the link to the magazine. It is on page 136-137. http://quiltposium.us1.list-manage.c...9&e=b1e03f4784

    She also has another free pattern on her website. Her website is: http://www.stitchedbuy.com/Home/free...-quilt-pattern

    Thank you for your help. I kept back tracking websites I was on in the last few days and I found it. YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Hope ya'll find this as interesting as I did.

    Angie

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