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Thread: Quilt as you Go Tablerunners

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    Senior Member Grammie Sharon's Avatar
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    This is the first time I made a "quilt as you go" project. I made these two table runners. The blue and white were for a shower present with napkins and the second picture was for my co-worker who collects birdhouses in her kitchen. These were fun to make and now I'm planning for some spring colors.

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    Those are pretty, I'm going to try one soon. The other day, I took 4 blocks I'd made and did the QAYG just to see how it worked. I actually think I can do it but it's one of those "on the list" things.

    Is that you hiding?

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    Those are beautiful. You did a great job.

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    Beautiful-I especially like the blue and white one. Great job on both.

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    That's me hiding. They really weren't hard once you get started. Initially I had trouble figuring out how to start. One of the ladies at the quilt store I go to in Rochester MI helped me and away I went. The second one was much easier. I sew with a group of teachers once a month and took the blue one in and everyone loved the material, Geri, who organizes the group ordered the material and everyone was making them. I would like to try and make some placemats.

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    I made a couple of these and really liked the way they turned out, I started with the light colors in the center and worked my way to the ends with darker fabrics, sorry but I didnt take any pictures, they were Xmas gifts.

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    Great job Sharon!

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    Very pretty, and I love your avatar, is that your puppy?

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    No but I do have two beagles. Toby and Molly.I'll have to find their picture and change it.

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    Awesome, where did you find your pattern for the table runner?

    I am a beginner and would love to try to make some.

    Karen

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