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Thread: Late Christmas and wedding gifts - Green Links Table Runners

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    What wonderful quilting! You have done a beautiful job, love it!
    “Pictures are memories frozen in time”

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    They look nice ,,, my favorite is middle runner in top photo.

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    They are all beautiful, all are my favorites.
    Another Phyllis
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    Love Love Love them! That Island Chain is a favorite.
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    Oh my theses are just beautiful! Number 4 is my favorite!

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    Don't think I could choose but I want one! What is the finished size of the runner?

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    My favorite is the one in the middle, but I love them all. I've made a very similar table runner but with less links. (Mind was made using charm squares) I like your fabric choices better than mine.

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    They are gorgeous and I love them all. I have three pkgs of Stonehenge strips and now have a reason to use them!

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    When I made my linking squares piece, there were many small pieces to be put together, but I found out how to eliminate some of them by using flying geese instead of all HSTs. The judge loved it.
    Your way is sooooo much easier.
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    If I had to pick a favorite, it would be those with the dark squares at the ends. That gives more contrast with the background.
    Mavita - Square dancer and One Room School Teacher

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    Very attractive. Since they're mostly neutrals most everyone will love them! Me included.

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    I like all of them but if I had to choose, I think I like the ones with the darkest colors in the middle. Now you are way ahead of the game for gift giving this year. Thank you for posting closeups.

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    So very lovely. All of them are gorgeous. My favorite is the one in the middle, simply for the color progression.

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    Thanks for all your very nice comments! Here are some responses, and if you have anymore questions please feel free to ask.

    You all give me way too much credit for that first picture. It turned on it's side for some reason. The runners are laid out on our floor, but when looking at the picture, it really seams they are hanging on a wall. Wow.

    The size of the runners is about 14.5" x 47.5", depending on how accurate the seams are.

    I cannot take credit for the fabric choices because Stonehenge makes these beautiful Gradaitions Strips sets. All I did was organize them from light to dark to light and dark to light to dark. (I have to say that the fabric has a pretty good bend in the middle of the strip. I couldn't use the center of the strips, which made for some fabric waste.)

    I have a bunch of light fabric strips left over and, maybe, I can make a few of these with light strips and dark background. That would look really cool, too.

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    Lovely result.

    Just think of it as not being late for last Christmas but you are early for this year. LOL.

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    These are all beautiful, impossible to pick a favorite!

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    Those are lovely!

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    Can't pick a favorite they are all so pretty, so feel free to send me anyone you choose! LOL

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    Nice table runners.
    Carol

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