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Thread: Table runners quilted--and the binding is half on.

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    I'm pleased with how these came out. The first tricky part was figuring out what to quilt in the middle--then how to work the binding around the corners that aren't 90. I'm learning. I'm learning. :roll: I decided to make the backs something so reversible works if desired. I have quilted scarppy things on my end tables and I turn them now and then for a new look.

    I had a pile of tops, now I'm making a pile that just need the bindings sewn on...

    And other suggestions?



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    The back is the same as the front middle.
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    The other one. Wild back, eh?

    I think there are four more to go....

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    Karla those are pretty!!! You did an awesome job and the quilting in the center is perfect!!

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    Very pretty! You did a great job too.

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    All very nice, you are going gang busters with your summer off :D :D

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    Awesome Karla you do such good work...love them... :D

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    Great job! Love them all!
    You do good work, girl!!

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    They look gorgeous Karla!!! :)

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    Those are nice.

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    Have you ever tried the kind where you sew them back to back and then turn inside out? You can quilt them afterwards and no binding!!
    I was tempted for sure! But, I like how they look with the binding. It sure does add extra work though... maybe I'll flip a few and see how I like it. They would be less expensive if I flip them. I wonder what folks would like better? :?: :?: :?:

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