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Thread: Finished Fall/Christmas Table Runner Today

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    Finished Fall/Christmas Table Runner Today

    I've finished the table runner today. I did fancy stitching around all the squares and triangles, but did not outline all the items in them. I used Warm & Natural batting (2 layers). I'm hoping it'll turn out fine even after a washing. I did not prewash fabric or batting. Please tell me it'll be alright?
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    I really like it! It's beautiful. I like the idea of a reversible table runner, too.

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    Pretty fabric and a great idea to make your table runner for two seasons! It should wash up fine even without pre-shrinking, as long as you left all the fabric unshrunk. Warm and Natural doesn't shrink a ton and as long as you quilt as close as they specify it holds together really well.

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    Very nice. I have never seen "fall" fabric like that before. It's very unique!

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    Cute runner! Double-sided is a good idea too!
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    you did a terrific job. it will be alright.
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    Very nice runner! I like the idea of being reversible, don't have to find a place to store the one you're not using.

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    It is really pretty!
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    very pretty runner. not sure how close w&n needs to be quilted but that should be ok i think.

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    Love it....you got 2 in one!!!!

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    Really nice job I love it.

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    I like very much.

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    That is nice what a cool idea
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    two for the work of one love it

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    looks very nice!
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    Very nice and especially like the fact that it is for two seasons....
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    Very pretty, great idea to make it two sided. I for sure would have prewashed with those colors. Be sure to use color catchers when you wash it.
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    So nice...
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    It will be alright. Very pretty.
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    Nice job.....especially like you just flip for the next holiday!

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    Great job....love it!!!

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    Beautiful!!!

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    Good job! I think the fabric will be fine when washed.
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    Great job, I'm sure it will come out alright after washing. If not, you can iron it with caution.

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    I like the fruits and flowers on this quilt! Great job.

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