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Thread: Early...but I've made some Christmas table runners.

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    Super Member Debbie B's Avatar
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    I know that it's early, but I've been making things for my church's Christmas Craft Festival that will be in Nov. Below are pictures of the Christmas table runner that I finished today. I made it from the extra scraps of Christmas fabrics I've been using. I did fmq in the white areas and sid in the flower squares & border.
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    Oh, I like that...very pretty. I love Poinsettas.

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    lovely

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    Very pretty! I love it!

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    I bet that one sells fast...

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    It's beautiful. I think the white makes the poinsettias really pop. I am a new quilter and I think I might try to copy it. I hope you don't mind. How big are the squares and borders?

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    Boy, you are getting a "head start"! Very Pretty :!:

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    It's a free pattern at www.quiltbug.com. You go to the free section and it's called the Flying Stars Table Runner. The whole table runner is about 68" x 20". The poinsettia flower is a table cloth that I bought a a local thrift store. It was new and still had the tags on it....I got it for under $3. I wasn't sure of what I was going to do with it and then saw this pattern. I'd love to find some pumpkin fabric and fussy cut the pumkins for the center square. Have fun making it.

    Quote Originally Posted by L8quilter
    It's beautiful. I think the white makes the poinsettias really pop. I am a new quilter and I think I might try to copy it. I hope you don't mind. How big are the squares and borders?

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    I love them. very nice.

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    Very nice!

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    Very pretty! And I don't think it's ever too early to work on Christmas things!!!

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    It's beautiful! YOu are on the BALL! Good for you!

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    Love it!!

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    Very beautiful. You did a wonderful job. Thank you for sharing.

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    Never too early! It is better to be prepared, than doing thinks at the last minute. Your table runner is beautiful.
    I love those big poinssetias.

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    Beautiful. If I made them early, I would forget I made them and forget to give them for gifts.

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    Just beautiful!

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    Very pretty! Poinsettas are so Christmas. I want to start mine early, too.

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    There is no such thing as starting early, it is called being prepared. Very pretty work.

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    I have some poinsetta scraps from placemats I made last year. Thanks for the idea.

    Sewfine

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    Great job! Good for you for getting an early start :-)

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    Beautiful runner :D:D:D

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    I always "think" I'm gonna do this....maybe this year! LOL

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    Very pretty! Early is much, much better than burning the midnight oil to get a project done!

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    I Love your poinsettia runner. So traditional, my kinda colors.

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