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Thread: Just finished tablerunner

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    Jill R's Avatar
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    Hi, just wanted to show my tablerunner. I am fairly new to quilting and have taken one class in which we did the baby bowtie. Unfortunately, I didn;t make the classon the night we did the binding. Needless to say I have yet to try another quilt, but am planning to soon I hope. So I thought I just work with tablerunners until I can get the binding done correctly. As you will see I am not quite ready to go on to a quilt yet. So , I thought I get some real opinions, honest one's please. Thanks. I really do enjoy this board, I am learning quite a bit from you all.
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    That is such a pretty table runner. I think your binding looks OK. Great job.

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    Thanks, Littlehud. Now I feel like I may be ready to try a guilt.

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    Hi Jill, nice table runner, love your colors. You look like you are doing just great! You can learn a lot from all the members here :D I know I have and you look like you are coming along nicely :thumbup:

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    Your table runner looks great!! You may actually find the binding on a quilt to be easier, as I have found 90 degree angles to be the easiest to go around, the corners in your runner would be harder for me personally and you did a good job!!

    I used this tutorial for learning binding, if it might help you gain confidence to try a quilt!! (Though I think you're ready!!)

    http://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/2...-tutorial.html

    Cheers!
    Rachel

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    I think it looks great. You will get much enjoyment out of that runner.

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    You go girl!!!! Very pretty.

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    Super Member drivingsusan's Avatar
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    That is a great job on your runner!
    That is the same one that is next on my list!!
    I hope I can do as well as you!!

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    Great job! Yes, I think you are ready to try a quilt!! :thumbup:

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    Senior Member amy WI's Avatar
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    i love this pattern. If you look at my avatar I make this design too. You did a great job I love the colors!

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