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Thread: My Christmas Jane swap Tablerunner

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    Power Poster sandpat's Avatar
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    Woohoo! I just finished putting this together and it is sooo pretty! Thanks to all the Christmas DJ swappers :lol: Now...If only I knew how to bind an inside corner...I didn't quite think that far ahead. :oops:

    I love it though and I'm so happy with the way its turned out so far. I'm planning to quilt in the ditch...starting maybe tomorrow.

    Oh yes, I do have 3 beauties left over that I will use to make hot pads/trivets. They will look great with the table runner. :lol:
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    Beautiful!!! I love all of your blocks, what a treasure!!! :D:D:D

    I am thinking this tute might help, only in the dips you would kinda reverse the technique...I am at loss for words to describe what I mean...

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-1395-1.htm

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    That is so unique and gorgeous! Noone will have anything like that ~ it's a one-of-a-kind treasure! Great job :D :D

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    Wow that's pretty!

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    What a great runner. Love all the different blocks!!! :lol:

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    Wow - you are fast - looks nice!

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    Love what you did :mrgreen: GREAT job

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    Wow, wow, Wow!! This is awesome! When you figure out how to bind those inside corners, please let me know~!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    Beautiful!!! I love all of your blocks, what a treasure!!! :D:D:D

    I am thinking this tute might help, only in the dips you would kinda reverse the technique...I am at loss for words to describe what I mean...

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-1395-1.htm

    Ok...I'm a little slow tonight. I followed the link, makes sense but at first I couldn't wrap my little pea brain around it!

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    Gorgeous!! I love the zig zag edges.

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