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Thread: Autumn Leaves Tablerunner

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    Hi everyone. This is the Autumn Leaves tablerunner by Eleanor Burns from http://www.bighornquilts.com . Just search for 'Autumn Leaves by Eleanor Burns' and it comes up.

    It was pretty fun, although it was kind of hard getting my leaf points to look ok. Even though it's a tablerunner, I put a sleeve on it just in case I want to hang it up.
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    Love how it turned out!

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    I really like the colors and you did an awesome job!

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    Really cute!!! I also like her turkey runner.

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    Pretty and you did a great job.

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    very nice

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    Pretty runner!!

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    I have a few of her books and really like her ideas.

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    I love your Autumn leaves. Beautiful. I would hang it up so I could see it all the time. Great job. Thanks for sharing.

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    It's beautiful. The points are wonderful.

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    Beautiful!!! :D:D:D

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    Love it!

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    Beautiful leaves--the fabric is perfect. :thumbup:

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    Very pretty, love your fabrics

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    Very pretty! I love your fabric choices! I think I would hang it as well, just too pretty to lay on a table. :)

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    What a beautiful wallhanging to put in your entry in the autumn! Also, it could set off a beautiful Thanksgiving table - You win 2 ways. :D

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    Oh hey I love the shading effect that the fabric gives to the leaves. Cool runner/hanging!

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    I love that pattern. I wanted to make it as well however, it does not have a template or anything on how to cut the leafs/tail feathers. Maybe I am missing something or too new at quilting to figure it out. Could you help?

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    It's lovely, the fabrics you chose for the leaves were perfect!

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    That is really nice. I love it!

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    Very nice runner. I love fall fabrics & quilts. One of my faves

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    :thumbup: :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by toucanbear
    I love that pattern. I wanted to make it as well however, it does not have a template or anything on how to cut the leafs/tail feathers. Maybe I am missing something or too new at quilting to figure it out. Could you help?
    I cut all the pieces out with a normal 6 x 24 ruler, except for the leaf stems which are appliqued on. Did you read through the whole pattern? I can't remember for sure, but I think she has you cut out the leaf points about halfway into the pattern.

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    thanks, no there r no directions for the leafs. I guess because it was free it is only part of a pattern. I looked back through the pattern. It is omly 2 pages. Did you have the pattern/book?

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    you have a very beautiful quilt. i hope to do that well one day. I am a mother of three, a son age 52, served 25 yrs in the navy, serving in iaq and iran. I am so proud of him. My other son is 50 and he served 8 years as mp in bermuda. MY DAUGHTER is 46 yrs old and works for 11 drs. and a mother of 3 girls

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