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Thread: just finished top - will use for tablecloth

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    Senior Member DeneK's Avatar
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    just finished top - will use for tablecloth

    Will add the top to others completed until I get several and then I will set up my HandiQuilter to quilt and finish them.

    I am pleased with this one.
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    That is beautiful!! Love your fabric choices!!!
    Hilary

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    Wow...do those stars SPARKLE !!!!!

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    Looks great. I love quilted table cloths

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    That is very pretty!
    "Life is mostly froth and bubble, but one thing stands as stone. Kindness in another's trouble, courage in one's own." Adam Lindsey Gordon

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    Very Nice ... great pattern...like the blue also... have been seeing more blues lately.. is blue the new black? Just wondering..thanks for sharing

    Judy in Phx, AZ

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    Very, very pretty!

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    Gracious, how welcoming it will be on the table. The kitchen seems to be the center of our life. That's where we all navigate to. Hmmm.

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    Very pretty.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Really pretty, great job!!!

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    I love your fabric placement. The stars sparkle and keep the eye moving around the quilt.

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    Very pretty

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    What a perky table topper. The blues are so pretty mixed with the red.

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    Very attractive! Nice job!

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    What a beautiful project!

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    Wow. You use batting and a backing like a bed quilt? How to you sandwich it?

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    Have not completely decided... but I think I am going to use fleece or flannel as batting. This will give enough loft to allow the seams to rest and allow the entire piece to feel more flat on the table surface. I have a couple of other quilts with low loft batting that I am now using for the table and seems to work pretty well. Would love to figure out something for the backing that wouldn't be so slippery so the tablecloth doesn't slide around so easily. Any suggestions from you brilliant folks here?

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