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Thread: 10 minute table runner

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    The name is 10 minute table runner, but it took me 35 min. cutting, sewing, pressing, and putting in the batting. Some of you more seasoned quilters/sewer can probably do it in 10 minutes.

    1 pc. fabric wof X 18 inches
    1 pc. fabric wof x 12 inches
    batting 18x45

    see the photos below.

    sew the length of the fabric
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    sew length of fabric on the other side
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    contrasting fabrics
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    to continue

    now you have made a tube
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    press so that there are equal borders created by the backing on each side
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    Now is the time to put in your batting. put back side together and sew
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    you are nearly done.

    Next time I am going to cut the center just 9 inches so that I have more border showing. You can create yours any size you want. I am making 8 for my neighbors for Christmas and will do just simple quilting. They will all be in Christmas fabrics.

    after sewing the ends, a point is formed. turn and press.
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    This is the sample so I have not quilted it yet. You can do all kinds of things with this, like adding piping, rick-rack in the side seams, patch work in the middle, etc.
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    Thank you for sharing with us :D:D:D

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    Thanks!

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    It took you longer cause you took the time for pictures! thanks for the great tute and I'm sure they will go faster with the next 7,6,5,4,3,2,..1 YEA done

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    thanks - Christmas fabrics here I come!

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    Great tute! My LQS made them, but they didn't put batting inside.

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    I've made several of these The pattern doesn't all for batting.

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    Very pretty............thanks for sharing
    The pattern I have is:
    Center fabric 10"
    Border fabric 20"
    no batting.

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