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Thread: 10 minute table runner

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    I made several of these table runners, and plan to make more for Christmas gifts. The pattern I used (a kit)didn't ask for the batting and it works just as well. Then you really can do it in 10 minutes. I love these quickie ideas for gifts.

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    "put back side together and sew" I got lost at this point. Perhaps I'll just have to follow the first steps then I will see what happens. I can't figure out how two pieces of a rectangle form points on the end. What am I missing?

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    Same here....

    Quote Originally Posted by mtnmama
    "put back side together and sew" I got lost at this point. Perhaps I'll just have to follow the first steps then I will see what happens. I can't figure out how two pieces of a rectangle form points on the end. What am I missing?

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    love it! would be a great idea for Christmas presents!

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    Here is mine
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    Pretty runner. We;re still wondering
    how the points are done.Is there a video on line?

    Quote Originally Posted by karenchi
    Here is mine

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    love this pattern. I used flannel instead of batting for a lower loft. Keeps the point from getting so "fat". Can't figure out how to post a picture in this note or I would.

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    My quilt shop gave me 5 listed instructions, and I could not figure it out :-(
    but found the online one and really helped. Oh, if you goggle 10 minute table runner a bunch will be listed.....Go though them and find the one you need....That's what I did....

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    Cute!!

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    Karen, thank you for your picture. I now find it very clear how the points are formed. I could not tell it from other pictures I have seen. I an a VERY visual person. Printed instructions seem to confuse me for some reason. LOL

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