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Thread: First table runner

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    Super Member Harmony's Avatar
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    I've been doing a lot of lap quilts, but this is the first table runner I've completed. It's pretty big, and fits perfectly on my kitchen table!
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    oh WOW, thats looks great. This is your first tablerunner hope mine is just as pretty. I haven't even made one yet, thinking about using some of the boms to make a tablerunner. Love the way your colors are layed out, love it. Thanks for sharing.

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    I love your tablerunner. Log cabin is one of my favorite blocks. Your work is beautiful.

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    wow! that is beautiful! is it a pattern (besides being log cabin blocks)?

    love your choice of colors. they go well with the darker wood!

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    Yes, it's from the book "Mostly Table Runners" from Calico Printworks. Looked easy enough; turned out not to be quite as easy as I thought, but do-able.

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    This is beautiful! On my to do list as I now know what I want to put on my table. Thanks for sharing.

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    That looks just GORGOUS!!! You did a great job!

    I have been thinking of trying something simular as a runner for my dresser.. You have inspired me to move it closer to the top of the must do list!

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    That is striking!! I just love it. I, too, love log cabins. Did you have to inset seams? Thanks for sharing!!

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    I love it.. The contrast is excellent...

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    very nice it looks great on that table.....your lines all look so straight..again good job :D :D :D :D :D

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