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Thread: Card Trick Table Runner

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    Senior Member Roben's Avatar
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    I got bored today waiting on my fabric order to come, so I played with this instead. The basic pattern is Eleanor Burns Winning Hand, and I just used some scraps I had left over from the Quarter Log Cabin throw I did. The pic looks funny; I have it pinned to my stabilizer/tools holder since the buttons and thread quilt is still up on the design wall.
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    very cute! way to whip something out in an afternoon! lol

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    Love the runner. Colors are great. Great job.

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    Love the runner, now that you've finished playing with it, send it my way! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Nice!!!

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    Oh, I love the card trick pattern! That one is on my to do list. Your runner looks great.

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    Awesome!!!! It looks great! :D :D

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    That block always looks so neat! Yours is no exception. Pretty fabrics and superb workmanship!

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    Cute runner! Card Trick is one of my favorite blocks!

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    Very nice work. See what we can accomlish by waiting. I wish I had the patience.

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    Very Nice!

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    Very nice runner!! I made up some of these a few years ago in Fall colours to give out as some Autumn gifts to my Mum and a friend of mine. I also kept one for myself :) They are a quick and easy runner to put together!

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    I love the table runner you did. The colors are so lovely.

    Peggy

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    Very, very nice. You sure know how to whip something up in a hurry and it looks wonderful.

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    very nice! amazing what you can do in an afternoon- certainly a good way to spend your time. What size block is it? 12 inch? The strips? What will you do with it when you're done? It will display nicely.

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    It is done with strips, and squares up to either 12" (for points touching the lattice) or 12 1/2" (which is what I trimmed to.) As a beginner quilter, I love Eleanor Burns' patterns because a lot of them are cut a little oversized and trim to the final size :wink: This one will go on one of the buffets this fall, but I'll put a sleeve on it so I'll be able to use it as a wall hanging as well.

    I saw this on a Quilters TV episode the other day, and just had to try it. It took a while to keep stopping the video and jotting down the directions from it; my local Joanns has the book and it's on sale starting Saturday - whoohoo!

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