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Thread: Cherish Nature Table Runner

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    I am donating this to the Drive Fore Diabetes silent auction today. It is one charm pack of the moda cherish nature and a cut of fabric I ordered to go with it. I had fun quilting it yesterday. I used my french curve to mark the top, so it sure isn't perfect. But, I wanted to use this orange peal design and didn't have a templet for it. Anyway... What do you think? It is pretty big.

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    Just lovely! Hope it brings in what it is really worth.

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    just love the table runner. i have a charm pack of that fabric. what is the name of the pattern for the runner?
    thank, it is very pretty.

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    Your quilting on this is perfect. It adds so much dimension to the pattern and fabrics

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    It is very nice. Nice job on the quilting, too. :thumbup:

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    It is perfect I would LOVE to have it!!!!!!!!! Love the colors and the quilting

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    Very cool. I love the pattern and fabrics. Beautifal. :thumbup:

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    Thanks girls! I like the way it turned out too. Keep your fingers crossed that it makes some money for the kids.

    Here is the tote that is going too. There are pockets on one side, but I didn't get a pic of them. This is made with outdoor cushion fabrics from hancocks. I had never worked with that before, but, it turned out ok. That makes it completely water proof though.

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    It is beautiful and couldn't be for a better cause!!!

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    Beautiful!!!!! I love, love, love the table runner, nice job on the quilting!

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    Sorry Denise, there is no pattern for it. I rarely use a pattern for anything but clothing. I saw this block pattern on line and I thought it would work good to stretch a charm pack out large enough for this runner.

    Here is a link to the first tote that sold for seventy five dollars for the diabetic kids. I loved how this one came out.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/?saved=1

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    Very nice and for a great cause. I really like how the quilting came out. Hope you don't mind if I might borrow your design. It is beautiful.

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    Both projects are just beautiful.

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    Beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilt addict
    Very nice and for a great cause. I really like how the quilting came out. Hope you don't mind if I might borrow your design. It is beautiful.
    They say that coping is the most sincere form of compliments. Or, something like that anyway... Please do!

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    Ooooo that runner is gorgeous!!! Your tote is beautiful!!!
    They are both sure to raise a lot of money for this cause :D:D:D

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    That tote you sold for $75 is gorgeous!!! You table runner is great also!

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    Oh, that is just gorgeous!
    I love your color combination and your quilting.
    (it would be hard for me to give that one away!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvt2sing
    That tote you sold for $75 is gorgeous!!! You table runner is great also!
    That is my favorite of all! I loved making that tote. It came together as the best thing I ever made. From a cut up vest no less, and some batik fabric I had in my stash. The antique buttons were so pretty and set the whole thing off. LOL!

    It was hard to give that one away, joan ... LOL! I made it for my grand room that has those colors in it. But, I can make another or something else. This event only comes once a year. And will send kids to camp to learn to deal with thier disease. I made a quilt too, but, I forgot to take a picture before I sent it down there to the diabetes office. Dog gone it.

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    Your quilt is lovely. It reminds me of a stained glass window.

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    The runner and bag are great! What a great fabric collection. I haven't seen that one yet. You sure made it sing!

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    I hope they make tons of $$$$$. Fab workmanship and a great casue.

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    Thanks one and all. I am hoping to get maybe a couple more things finished before the golf tournament. I have an apron to send too I forgot about. Lots of hand work on it, so it took me two days to make it.

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    Beautiful work.

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    Thanks so much!

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