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Thread: quilted table runner

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    used up more leftovers and quilted it last nite.nothing fancy-just playing around.
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    That is cute. I like it. Thanks for sharing.

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    I think it is pretty. And pretty doesn't have to be fancy!!!

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    Sometimes the simplest pattern makes the biggest statement:)
    Love the pattern and the fabrics! Thanks for the idea!

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    Good job....

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    Sometimes less is more...very pretty! I even think you could use the backside...it's pretty!

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    Nice job Greta way to use leftovers

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    Very nice

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    Thanks for sharing - I'm a "nothing fancy" kind of person myself and quite honestly, a functional table runner is more valuable to me than one that I'm afraid to use. I have a bunch of leftover jelly roll strips from a quilt I recently completed - you just inspired me as to what to do with them tonight.

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    Love those fabrics :D:D:D

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    It looks really nice!
    How creative!

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    great idea, thanks for sharing with us

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    Quote Originally Posted by laughingquilter
    Thanks for sharing - I'm a "nothing fancy" kind of person myself and quite honestly, a functional table runner is more valuable to me than one that I'm afraid to use. I have a bunch of leftover jelly roll strips from a quilt I recently completed - you just inspired me as to what to do with them tonight.
    yes I make most to be functional,quilts also

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    Love the tranquil "ocean" colors. Very pretty table runner.

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    It looks great. I had to laugh because the quilting you did on the borders reminded me of my old potato masher! LOL

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    Very nice

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    Simply pretty. I really like the quilting. Well done and simple enough for me and my beginning status.

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    Very clever and can't wait to try.... even making up to baby quilts with
    this design. Thanks.

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    Lovely table runner and quilting

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    I like it and I agree with others, simple is sometimes better! I think it could be reversible too - like the quilting.

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    What a great use for all those left over binding pieces. It looks great

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    very pretty. love the simplicity of it. good job.

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    I like it, good job.

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    Very summery looking fabric combinations, especially with the white borders! Thanks for sharing.

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    Simplicity and beauty really go together in your table runner. Love the colors.

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