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Thread: Quilted table cloth

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    Quilted table cloth

    This was a UFO hanging in my closet for a couple years. Finally layer and quilted and bound. Thanks for looking.Name:  IMG_3665.jpg
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    love this fabric. congrats getting a UFO complete.

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    What a fun tablecloth. It's super. BrendaK
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    cute fabric, great finish
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    That is really cute!
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    That is very cute.
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    Cute! I love the chicken fabric....
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    That's adorable! Very inviting.

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    Great fabric. That will look great on your table.

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    Good job!!

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    Beautiful , I like the chicken fabric. Will be beautiful on your summer table.
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    Very adorable and love your fabric. Yeah--a UFO finished. Nice work.

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    Awwww - how cute is that?

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    This is so cute. And, to think you considered each side of the table when piecing. Geesh!
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    love the fabric cute !

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    How cute is that!! What a great idea. Maybe I should look at my table cloths or check for flea market finds. Tks for the inspiration. Kathy

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    cute fabric, perfect for the kitchen and you finished an UFO!

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    Super tablecloth idea for the larger season prints! I have some Halloween and Winter border-style prints that would work well, and a few toiles with whimsical scenes.... hmmm.... the mind wobbles..

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    How fun! Good for you for finishing the UFO!

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    Oh, I like that! It's so cute, it's going to look great on your table!

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    This is great!
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    So adorable! Love the fabric! What a fun way to dress a table! Thanks for sharing.
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    Thank all of you for the really nice comments.
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    How cute. I love it.
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