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Thread: Christmas Project turned NIGHTMARE!!!! hee hee!

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    Senior Member PurpleBecca's Avatar
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    Here are some table runners and place mats I made for a craft fair I am attending next week. A girlfriend who works in the local hospital offered to take them into work and show them around...... She got me 29 orders for sets!!!

    So - this time next month I will be REALLY REALLY sick of these - right now - I still like them!!!
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    very cute, thanks for sharing with us

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    Very pretty. I love the blues in with the Christmas reds and greens. Beautiful!

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    29 orders! Who needs a craft fair? Great job!

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    Very nice. I would just whip up a big batch of the patchwork, and cut them out of that. Would that be faster? It sounded good at first

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    I like the blue mixed with the Christmas fabric. I think you will be busy making 29 sets. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IBQUILTIN
    Very nice. I would just whip up a big batch of the patchwork, and cut them out of that. Would that be faster? It sounded good at first
    Kind of what I am doing - My DH is sewing together WOF strips in sets of 6 and cuttig them across, then I am sewing the cut strips together - serious sweatshop in our workroom!!!

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    they are very nice and look so cute sitting on the hearth. Mary

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    Wow!

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    I love your choice of fabric. It's very "Christmasy". The best I've seen yet! Good luck.

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