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Thread: Christmas Table Runner (marathon runner)

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    Beautiful!

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    Your topper is beautiful! Where in the world did you find a 17-foot table?

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    That's the kind of table everyone dreams of for the holidays. Beautiful runner to enhance it.

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    great runner but WOW!!! a 17' table!!!

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    Oh its Beautiful! I'll bet the diner enjoy it, it sure pretty straight, wonderful Job.

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    wow, 17' long. it is awesome!

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    When I read the title of your thread,, I thought you made a Christmas runner for a Marathon Runner-person LOL! Now I get it. And the quilts hanging on the wall look interesting too...Are they seasonal?
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    Wow! the table runner looks fantastic. I can't imagine having a table that big.

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    WOW!!! That is awsome.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewdamncute View Post
    When I read the title of your thread,, I thought you made a Christmas runner for a Marathon Runner-person LOL! Now I get it. And the quilts hanging on the wall look interesting too...Are they seasonal?
    The wall hangings are actually weavings done by a friend. Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. The picture only shows parts of the last two.
    "I do not understand how anyone can live without one small place of enchantment to turn to."
    Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

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    WOW!! That's unbelievable! It's a stunning setting for a great family gathering.
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