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Thread: Golden Plait Tablerunner finished.

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    Golden Plait Tablerunner finished.

    OKay I purchased this pattern from England. I had posted a picture wondering what this was called and did anyone
    know where I could get the pattern. Someone gave me the email address of the designer of the pattern. I was in a big hurry to get the pattern and then I kept putting it off making it. The directions sort of looked hard. I decided to give it a try. I thought if I made it a short runner then I wouldn't waste fabric or be sorry that I had too much to do on it.
    It isn't completely finished I have my hand work to do still. But I think you will get the idea. Would I make another
    yes. However, I would change a number of things that I think would make it easier. I alway go by the designers directions first then rethink it afterwards. You are suppose to use inviseable thread stitching the inside binding down.
    However, I thought they looked stitched and the idea is for people to think they flip to the backside of each piece.
    So I am handstitching them down. Yes everyone says I am anal. Hope you like my runner. The fabric was being thrown out by a girlfriend when she was cleaning her sewing room. So I gladly became a dumpster diver. Ruthie
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    bad pictures

    sorry the pictures are so bad.
    ruthie
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    Looks wonderful, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    Very cool! It looks like a Celtic woven rope design.

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    Love the design and the color choices. Beautiful

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    WOW - great job!
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    That is so unusual. And so pretty. I love the fabrics you chose.
    DEB CAVAN

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    Ditto to the above

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    Yep, one of us needs glasses. But very unique. Love it!

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    I like it! Would you please share the pattern info with us, so we can look for it too! I think you did a great job on it!...
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