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Thread: Poinsettia table runner finished

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    Poinsettia table runner finished

    Quick and easy - no pattern needed
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    Very pretty.

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    Nice touch for your table. Merry Christmas.

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    lovely and dramatic.
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    nicely done
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    Simple but beautiful.

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    Gorgeous tablerunner.
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    wow! I love the brightness of this one!
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    Nice little project to showcase some fabulous fabric!
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    No pattern needed because you are very clever and talented! Nice job.

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    Beautifully done.

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    Gorgeous! The fabric you chose really has a big impact for sure. The black and 'big' red contrast is beautiful. Enjoy.

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    very festive good job!!!
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    Beautiful!!!
    Retired teacher, loving it.
    Love quilting also.

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    very nice job
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    I am afraid that I would need a pattern for something as pretty as that.
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    I really do like this. Looks very elegant, but useable

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    VERY nice!
    Love how you let the fabric "speak" for it's self.

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    Love the red and black -- stunning!

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    That is very striking.

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    It is so pretty and striking.

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    Oh, sew pretty !!!

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    Wow, beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilterpurpledog View Post
    Gorgeous! The fabric you chose really has a big impact for sure. The black and 'big' red contrast is beautiful. Enjoy.
    Thanks so much! It's a gift for a restaurant manager that goes out of her way to be nice to us. A good time to give something back!

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    Great idea for those large fabric prints that we hate to cut up.
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