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    Celtic Appliqué Table Runner

    Not long ago, someone showed some celtic appliqué here on the board. I'd never seen that kind before and was intrigued. After googling it, I decided to try it. Here's what I created - will be a Christmas gift. Thanks for looking!

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    WOW really nice, both sides!

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    I love that. You used the celtic bias bars didn't you? I want a set for christmas. God Love Ya!

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    very nice!
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    I love Celtic quilting. Your tablerunner is beautiful!
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    great runner and quulting!!
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    ​Great Celtic runner!

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    You did a great job! That quilting takes wonderful up to fabulous.

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    You did a great job with your quilting. Love the Baptist Fan in the border.
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    Nice looking Celtic work, and looks like you figured out how to do the Baptist Fan by machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skypony View Post
    I love that. You used the celtic bias bars didn't you? I want a set for christmas. God Love Ya!
    I don't know what "celtic bias bars" are - I just used ordinary bias tape I made myself. I learned how to do celtic appliqué from this webpage: http://www.mccallsquilting.com/patte...html?idx=15044

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    Quote Originally Posted by thimblebug6000 View Post
    Nice looking Celtic work, and looks like you figured out how to do the Baptist Fan by machine.
    Yes, I did thanks to the help from this board and a link to this webpage http://www.dontcallmebetsy.com/2012/...tist-fans.html
    It really wasn't as hard as I thought!

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    nicely done
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    That is really nice! And your quilting is outstanding.

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    Very beautiful!
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    What would we do without our friend "google". Nice work.

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    Beautiful job!

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    You did a great job and beautiful quilting!

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    beautiful, both sides.

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    Beautifully quilted! Good for you for trying something new to you.
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    That is amazing!!!!!! The quilting is fantastic!
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    [QUOTE=Monale;7387187]Not long ago, someone showed some celtic appliqué here on the board. I'd never seen that kind before and was intrigued. After googling it, I decided to try it. Here's what I created

    It may have been my recent runner that inspired you to try this technique and I am so happy that has happened! I have used bias bars as well as a couple of other techniques and they each have their pros and cons. If you want to PM me, I would be happy to pass on a few tips and tricks. By the way, your machine quilting is lovely and is much more adventurous than anything I do. kdoublea
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    Lovely combination of design and complementary quilt design. I think you created a real winner with this lovely table runner.

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    The table runner is beautiful and your quilting is out of this world. Great job. Was just wondering if I could be placed on your CHRISTmas list LOL?

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    Stunning! I really like your design, and the fabrics, your color choice, and the quilting set everything off perfectly.
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