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Thread: Sunflower Table Runner

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    how beautiful!

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    I love Sunflowers! It's just beautiful!!
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    The sunflower is incredibly beautiful and looks like tons of work. Are his instructions easy to understand or is a high skill level necessary to figure out the how-tos of the steps. Thanks for sharing.
    jean

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    Beautiful, I love it.

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    Wow, that is beautiful. You really did a great job on it.

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    Beautiful!


    My newest Grandson, Caleb Austin, was born May 29th. I am now Grandma to 4 precious babies. I am so blessed!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shasta5718 View Post
    Very pretty, you can tell that you took a lot of time and done a fantastic job. Is the pattern still avialable, if so where can you get it?
    The link to the pattern is here

    http://www.patricklose.com/shop/Prin...ny-Side-Up.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanharville View Post
    The sunflower is incredibly beautiful and looks like tons of work. Are his instructions easy to understand or is a high skill level necessary to figure out the how-tos of the steps. Thanks for sharing.
    This was not a difficult project to put together. It was just very time consuming when it came time to do the actual satin stitching. It's not a project where you can sew continuous lines, you have to do one leaf section at a time. I anchored my end threads by bringing the top threads down to the bottom of the project and tying them off, very time consuming as well.

    I worked on it in between projects, it made a nice diversion.
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    Lala...that is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing it. I love the colors

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