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Thread: Eleanor Burns round cloth

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    Just came off the assembly line. Enjoyed doing it...
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    wow! i hope you don't really eat on it :roll:

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    WOW!!! Beautiful!!! Such pretty fabrics and design :D:D:D

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    Gorgeous !

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    Are you kdding me! That is GORGEOUS!

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    WOW that is gorgeous!

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    beeeeyouteeeefull!!!!

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    Such beautiful colors.......great job!

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    Beautiful !!! I like the colors.

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    Wow is right, if I had that I would put a glass or plastic on top of it. Too beautiful to ruin with a stain. Beautiful work.

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    'No one is allowed to eat without a placemat!'. Washed my first snowflake one, came out perfect.
    Thanks for all the kind remarks

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    One crumb and it would be off with their heads. Too beautiful to use as a table topper :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Very pretty. I like it. :thumbup:

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    OMG that's pretty!!

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    Very very nice. Perfect for that table. :mrgreen: :lol: :mrgreen:

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    It IS perfect...for that table, too!
    Is that the name of it: Eleanor Burns round cloth quilt?
    I would really like to go look for that pattern.
    Yes, I would be putting a glass over it, or moving it...
    OFF WITH THEIR HEADS...muwahahaha! :wink:

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    That is gorgeous. great work. so precise!!

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    nice job :-)

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    http://quiltinaday.com/theater/misc/misc-blazing.html

    This is the tutorial for Blazing Star Tablecloth

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    Wow, that is beautiful! I bet that would be pretty in Christmas fabric.

    Karen

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    Beautiful!! I love it!

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    That really shines!! Great job. :thumbup:

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    I have wanted to attempt this but haven't....I think I should..what a stunning masterpiece you have creating - beautiful....I think this could be a fun way to do a stunning Christmas tree skirt..does anyone else think so......

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    WOW!!!!

    Absolutely Gorgeous Blazing Star!

    I love the colors you chose for it too!!!!

    Is that a difficult one to piece? It looks so perfect!

    DeeDee

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    What a stunning, gorgeous piece you have made! I do think it needs to be protected by glass or something. You do fabulous work. Thank You for sharing.

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