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Thread: red, white and blue tablerunner

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    How gorgeous!! I am sure your DDIL will love this!
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    Beautiful patriotic table runner!!
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    Very pretty--nice job!!

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    Very festive! Sometimes less is best, it looks great!

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    That's a delightful quilt! I like the dark blue fabric in the middle of the stars. I think it is more interesting than one with regularly spaced stars. She is going to love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhotoKevin View Post
    Very patriotic! I love that border fabric! Kudos!
    That is just beautiful! I love, love, love that border fabric & know your (lucky) DIL will love this little gem!
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    Wow, what a beautiful runner!!!

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    You did a great job. I'm sure she will love it!

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    It looks sharp. What I noticed is your wonderful variation of print size. I think that is one of the keys to why this looks so exceptionally good. While I am in teacher mode, (had a class today), you construction looks flawless. It all looks so straight, so square.

    Do try FMQ. You can hide your first steps on a very fussy cloth. Practice on small left over pieces of batting and fabric that you don't like. I think cotton batting is the easiest to work with for a beginner. My first feathers I hid in a patch where they wouldn't show. Now I look at them and think they looked OK even pretty good. But I remember it being so scary even though I knew they wouldn't show up. I have a lot of fun with free motion and I wish that for everyone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helen S View Post
    It's beautiful. Your fabric choices seem to just say "July 4th Fireworks"! Nice job!
    Looks very American.
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    That is beautiful and so very American! Thanks for posting.
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    Very pretty! I love the border fabric too.
    A finished quilt excites me!! Whether is it mine or yours!

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    Just wonderful, great job and thank you for sharing, old Navy gal here, married to old Navy guy, so I am a big fan of red, white and blue
    Have a Blessed day
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    It's beautiful, I'm sure she will love it.
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    Beautiful , love the fabrics!!!

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    That is so striking. It will make any table sing.

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    That is beautiful, love the border
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    That is just great!!

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    Beautiful. Very neatly done and I love the colors.

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    -that is a fantastic table runner
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    That is really really pretty. I LOVE the border print

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    perfect for the 4th of July! Love stars!

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    Quote Originally Posted by twoxover View Post
    That is really really pretty. I LOVE the border print
    The border fabric came from our local Joann's.
    Marcia

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    Quote Originally Posted by debcavan View Post
    It looks sharp. What I noticed is your wonderful variation of print size. I think that is one of the keys to why this looks so exceptionally good. While I am in teacher mode, (had a class today), you construction looks flawless. It all looks so straight, so square.

    Do try FMQ. You can hide your first steps on a very fussy cloth. Practice on small left over pieces of batting and fabric that you don't like. I think cotton batting is the easiest to work with for a beginner. My first feathers I hid in a patch where they wouldn't show. Now I look at them and think they looked OK even pretty good. But I remember it being so scary even though I knew they wouldn't show up. I have a lot of fun with free motion and I wish that for everyone.
    Thank you for the compliments and the encouragement to try FMQ, Deb. I noticed many quilts and table runners shown on the board used large print borders and I picked up on that I like the look. Also, I am learning that less is more--using fewer different fabrics makes a project look more 'pulled together' and professional looking, if you know what I mean.
    Marcia

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    Very Nice. Love the colors!!!! Sure she is going to love it.
    Love to quilt

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