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Thread: My holiday tablecloth

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    Super Member hcarpanini's Avatar
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    Here is the tablecloth that I made and used for Christmas dinner. I bought a large piece of plastic at Joann's to put on top so I could clean it. I also made 2 hot pads with insul brite inside. I used my HQ Pro Stitcher to quilt it.
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    Beautiful :thumbup:

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    Beautiful, great job. Fabrics are lovely. Thanks for sharing with us.

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    Beautiful!!! And a great idea!

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    gorgeous!

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    Those snowflakes are awesome.

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    Beautiful! Pretty fabrics and style!

    I really like your quilting...snowflakes!

    Was it hard to make the snowflake shapes in your quilting? The reason I am asking is that I have a quilt top completed and sandwiched waiting for me to quilt it made out of all snowflake prints. I have set this one aside until I could figure out how to put snowflakes into the quilting. Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

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    Pretty tablecloth, really like the snowflakes.

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    Beautiful

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    Lovely!

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    That is so pretty! I love that line of fabric!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NauDeeGal
    Beautiful! Pretty fabrics and style!

    I really like your quilting...snowflakes!

    Was it hard to make the snowflake shapes in your quilting? The reason I am asking is that I have a quilt top completed and sandwiched waiting for me to quilt it made out of all snowflake prints. I have set this one aside until I could figure out how to put snowflakes into the quilting. Any advise would be greatly appreciated.
    The snowflakes were done with my long arm computer system. You could however trace designs onto your quilt and stitch over, or use Golden Threads tracing paper and draw/stitch right over. Glad Press and Seal works well to. Just remember to shorten your stitch length so the paper will tear easily.

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    Beautiful table cloth!! Love your quilting too!!!

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    Oh, I saw that fabric at my LQS and I wanted to buy it, but I didn't. Your tablecloth came out beautiful!!

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    Beautiful.... I would be afraid to put food on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by belmer
    Beautiful.... I would be afraid to put food on it.
    I did put plastic on top, the underneath can be used as a quilt anytime. It has batting and is bound just the same as I would do for any quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcarpanini
    Quote Originally Posted by NauDeeGal
    Beautiful! Pretty fabrics and style!

    I really like your quilting...snowflakes!

    Was it hard to make the snowflake shapes in your quilting? The reason I am asking is that I have a quilt top completed and sandwiched waiting for me to quilt it made out of all snowflake prints. I have set this one aside until I could figure out how to put snowflakes into the quilting. Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

    The snowflakes were done with my long arm computer system. You could however trace designs onto your quilt and stitch over, or use Golden Threads tracing paper and draw/stitch right over. Glad Press and Seal works well to. Just remember to shorten your stitch length so the paper will tear easily.
    Thank you. I will look into designs and tracing papers or press n seal the next time I go shopping. Then practice, practice, practice.

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    Very nice!!

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    Oh how beautiful! And you are so smart to put plastic on top.
    Those snowflakes are adorable!!!!!
    Thanks for sharing your beautiful work. :D

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    I really like your tablecloth,I would cover it with plastic too.

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