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Thread: Churn Dash Tablecloth

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    Churn Dash Tablecloth

    I'm running out of beds so I decided to try a tablecloth. As long as the seams don't make things set funny, I think I'm really going to like it. I love the Farmer's Market fabric!
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    That is lovely. Pretty fabric/color combination. I have always liked the fm's fabric, but wasn't quite sure what to do with them. Now I have a plan!~~someday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilter 65 View Post
    That is lovely. Pretty fabric/color combination. I have always liked the fm's fabric, but wasn't quite sure what to do with them. Now I have a plan!~~someday!
    My thoughts exactly! I love the colors!
    Kelly

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    Very pretty and says "welcome"! I love it!
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    it's beautiful, and i love the fabrics, too.
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    Nice........

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    That pattern would go good with my vintage vine and grape fabric. Where can I get the pattern?

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    Terrific idea!! Love the FM fabrics too. You've made a great tablecloth!
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    What does it look like when set with your dinnerware?

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    Nice Question please and thank you I don't see the churn dash block

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    very nice tablecloth

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    That is really pretty

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    LOVE IT! Would like to have the pattern but I don't see the churn dash.
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    The tablecloth quilt is very colorful. I would be afraid to spill something on something so lovely.
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    Sewfine -- it is just simple churn dash blocks set together with no sashing. You can find a pattern for a churn dash at www.quilterscache.com

    TanyaL -- I have not tried it out with my dinnerware yet, but I assume it will look OK. My dinnerware is Fiesta so it pretty much goes with everything.

    Diane007 -- look at the veggie block. It is the center of the churn dash. The light green forms the churn dash part. The dark green is the background.

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    I love the churn dash block! It may be my favorite traditional block of all time. I love how you uses the food fabrics for your tablecloth. beautifully done and you will be smiling every time you eat...I know I would

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    I bought the same fabric and was wondering what to do with it. Love your quilt!

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    A friend uses her grandmother's quilts as tablecloths, giving an outstanding look to her homey decor. They wash up wonderfully.
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    I would love to see a picture of that tablecloth with your dinnerware. How colorful!

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    Very pretty.

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    Beautiful!
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    Did you use batting and a backing as well? It is beautiful.

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    That is the perfect fabric for a tablecloth and looks wonderful. I really like the combination!

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    very pretty, the greens just really set off the prints

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    I love it!
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