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Thread: Sugar Cookies Runner - How to finish this?!

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    very pretty!

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    too cute!

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    personally, I'd quilt hearts or flowers in each of the hexies, and outline quilt about a 1/4" inside the triangles and maybe a loopy heart in the border.

    I love it!

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    This is very pretty and I am looking into quilting. Has scared me to try this venture, but have no problem sewing anything else. I think it's the fact of getting everything cut perfect as I don't like to mess up! LOL ~ I am sure whatever else you decide to do with your Sugar Cookies will be fab...

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    I like this!

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    Cute! I like the idea of SITD and if you have not (or will) bind it in red.

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    that is just adorable! good job. hand quilting would be sweet with pearl cotton.

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    Very pretty! Great Colors!

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    First I like it. Second I would do circles or curves since it is named sugar cookies! Have fun!

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    It's so beautiful!

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    Lovely. looks complicated.:)

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    Beautiful...I like everything about your runner.

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    This Quilt from Nannya54 is absolutely beautiful. I am one for darker colors and simpler styles. I love the deep burgandy's, hunter green, navy & browns along with a light shade as background...so pretty! :lol:

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    That is gorgeous! Please post another photo when you finish with whatever quilting you decide on ... we'd love to see it.

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    Very pretty. I would stitch in the ditch with something with curves in the outer border.

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    sew pretty :thumbup:

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    Beautiful runner!

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    I agree - stitch in the ditch.

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    That is very cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan
    I agree, stitch in the ditch on the hexagon part. It is so beautiful that the linear quilting design would not take away from the over all hexagons and star pattern. In the floral border, I would maybe go with something like a half feather out from the turquoise strip? Lovely!
    I agree - it's what I'd do, too!

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    Definitely, stitch in the ditch. Very pretty.

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    This is really beautiful. Can I ask the name of the pattern?

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    Stitch in the ditch for sure!! As far as the border something simple but not straight lines!!! I like the idea of the darker red print for binding - also may consider the stripe! that way you dont take away from your middle!! Please post picture when done Great Job and thanks for the pattern name!! :thumbup: cheryl

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    Quote Originally Posted by javin22
    How fun! I would stitch in the ditch.
    Ditto. froggyintexas

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    Very cute, table runners are fun!

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