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Thread: 10 Min. Poinsettia table runner

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    Smile 10 Min. Poinsettia table runner

    I finally tried the 10 Minute table runner pattern. LOVE how easy this is to create. While I can't say it only took me 10 mins. to create, it was a quick, easy project. I chose to highlight the center portion with glitzy gold metallic rick rack and the ends of the runner are accented with gold metallic tassles secured by a rhinestone studded button. I added a piece of batting to the center portion, then I stitched around all the Christmas ornaments. While I do like how this one turned out, the next one I most likely won't add the batting, so it will lie more flat. I hope you enjoy my Christmas table runner!
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    very nice.

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    Looks great.

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    Like the tassels..........looks very festive.

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    love it, I think holiday table toppers are the best.
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    Very pretty.

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    That is so very pretty
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    Really pretty.
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    That is very nice. Would be great for gift giving.

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    truly pretty!
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    very nice !!!
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    I think it's beautiful. Would make great Christmas gifts.

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    Very nice setting for your table.

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    The prettiest 10 minute table runner I have ever seen!

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    Love your colors ! And how you dressed it up- Great Job
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    looks nice and it is great for a quick gift.
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    That's beautiful! Where did you get the pattern? Molly

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    Very pretty.

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    LOVE it! I think the ric rac adds a very nice finish to this. Nice job!!
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    Very nice.
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    I, too, made one of these runners with batting. I wasn't sure I liked mine until I saw one on display at our LQS without any batting so now I'm not sure I like the flatness of that one. I may figure out how to do one without all that batting in the triangles next. Yours is beaut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyB View Post
    love it, I think holiday table toppers are the best.
    I agree, holidays toppers are the best!!! You did a very nice job on this.
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    very elegant. Great job.
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    Lovely table runner! I'm always open to more patterns for these, as they are so quick to make..

    I tried using flannel for the batting and really like it... maybe even use 2 layers of flannel sometimes!

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    Very pretty.

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