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Thread: Placemats & tablerunner for Thanksgiving

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    Placemats & tablerunner for Thanksgiving

    Here are some placemats I made for my Thanksgiving dinner. I used the scraps to make a table runner using Insulbrite - that way I can put the warm casserole dishes on the table.
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    very nice, festive.

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    Love your dining area and, of course, your quilt work.

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    nicely done
    Nancy in western NY

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    Thats a perfect setup for the table, great job...
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    That is really nice! Everyone is going to enjoy sitting at your table!
    Have a nice Thanksgiving!
    Connie

    Red meat is not bad for you . . . fuzzy green meat is bad for you.

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    Does Insulbrite really protect all types of table tops or are there some that just should not have hot pots on them no matter what? Or, if I put a double layer Insulbrite in one would I be safe? I just never know when tops, whether table or counter, are safe for heat. :-(

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    Love the runner and placemats!!!! Wish I had mine done, but I'm thinking I'm not making it for Thanksgiving this year, to many things to do and not enough time. Yours are beautiful!!!!! And I love the idea of using the insulbrite inside the runner for dual duty. Did you put batting in as well? Sometimes I use insulbrite and a layer of batting, just for a secondary heat barrier.
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    very nice set......

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    I really like them. Where do you find fabric with words of that nature?

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