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Thread: 60 degree angle table runners

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    Super Member mommamac's Avatar
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    Finished up a couple table runners today for our community summer fair. Bottom one has binding, top one is done envelope method with top stitching on edges. Did simple SID on both.

    The bound one doesn't lay as flat - if I keep it out & look at it too often I know I'll rip it out and redo before August. LOL
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    Super Member mmonohon's Avatar
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    They look great.

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    Both are pretty.

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    looks good!

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    lovely colors. good job on both.

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    love your table runner

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    I love them :D:D

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    Before you rip, steam steam steam. The colors are lovely

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    Love the fabric. They lok great!

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    those are so beautiful. They match our dining room I love "beachy".Sweet!!!

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    Those are pretty! Nice job!

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    I have that pattern and ruler and never can get mine to match up- you did GREAT :thumbup:

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    How pretty!

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    Very pretty, love that fabric :D:D:D

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    These beauties will not stay on the table long.
    I think that you are right...the next one I do
    I'm going to use the envelope method. I was
    thinking also of using a much thinner batting,
    perhaps washed flannel or fleece.
    Thanks for a good idea.

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