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Thread: Christmas Table Runner Using The Tube Method

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    Senior Member Deara's Avatar
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    I made this for my daughter Niki.
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    Very nice job. Just one question.......where is all your snow? We got a foot yesterday!

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    Lucky daughter, that is really nice.(Aw, and you have points, I'm not doing so well on that part)

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    Oh my gosh -- I love that!!! :D

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    Very Pretty!!! I love the stiped fabric, it really makes the blocks stand out :D:D:D

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    Lucky Niki....it's lovely.

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    Beautifal. Great fabrics. Good job. :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    Very Pretty!!! I love the stiped fabric, it really makes the blocks stand out :D:D:D
    The striped fabric is little tiny presents. I matched my other fabrics with the colors in the presents. The backing matches the purple in one of the presents. Both fabrics were bought in two different places.

    Everyone should try doing this Tube Method. It is a lot of fun.

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    Ohhh, love 'em.. I hope to finish some this weekend.

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    Very Pretty love your colors ..

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    Your Christmas table runner is gorgeous!! :thumbup: I love your fabric choices & colors!! :D Nice work, too.
    :D :D :D :D

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    Beautiful Deara! That present fabric is sew cute! :-D

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    It's pretty. I like the stripey-looking fabric.

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    love your table runner.

    could you tell me what size the finished 4 squares are when sewn together, as i was thinking of making hot pads for removing hot stuff from the oven?

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    Beautiful! So festive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by siss
    love your table runner.

    could you tell me what size the finished 4 squares are when sewn together, as i was thinking of making hot pads for removing hot stuff from the oven?
    Hello Siss,
    The finished squares are about 10 inches.
    Great idea using The Tube Method for Hot Pads.
    I will have to try some myself.
    Thank you.

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    That turned out great

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    I just made a blue and white one - Yours looks great in red and green! The striped material really sets it off. Nice work!

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    Very pretty! :-D

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    Very nice!

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    thanks Deara for the info.
    i think 10 inches will be a good size.

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    Love them ! What a great gift, she will love it :mrgreen:

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    That is very pretty. I bet she will love it.

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    I made a tube method mousepad cover using smaller dimensions than the 2 1/2" and 4 1/2" shown in the demo video. Came out very nice. Just have to have the larger piece equal the width of the two smaller strips AFTER they're sewn together.
    It's SO helpful when pictures are posted and such fun to see what our quilting friends are making. Love this site!

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    Oh so pretty.

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