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Thread: Table runners

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    Fantastic job. I notice you have a lot of quilts stacked in the background. Are they all gifts?? You have been very busy.

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    Great use of the border fabic! I really think your runners are sweet.

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    Quilts in the background of the snowman table runner are ready for turning and the quilting for Project Linus. I tend to assembly line sew and always have a dozen or more in progress and in various stages going at once.
    My sewing room is total chaos with stacks of pre-cut blocks, another of assembled tops, one of sandwiched quilts needing turning, another of turned and pinned awaiting the final quilting. When I fill a large trash bag with finished quilts (usually about 10) they go into my car for delivery to the Project Linus coordinator when I happen to be in her area or until I'm forced to take them to her because I have no more room in the car.

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