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    Scrappy Sashing Shamrocks tablerunner

    Last of my leftovers and ready for St. Patty's Day....now to focus on quilting my UFOs....before I start another project(s).
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    so cute, how did you make the little shamrocks?

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    Lovely table runner for your loooong table!

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    Really cute and good use of the scraps.

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    Love it. Your table is sure long. BrendaK
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    very nice i like it !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bee3 View Post
    so cute, how did you make the little shamrocks?
    Thanks for the compliment. The shamrocks are appliquéd by drawing 2 heart shapes, one inside the other then free formed the stem. Easy peasy.
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    Just love it!!

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    Great table runner! Nice way to use scraps. Thanks for sharing!
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    table runner

    Quote Originally Posted by Nanny's dollface View Post
    Last of my leftovers and ready for St. Patty's Day....now to focus on quilting my UFOs....before I start another project(s).
    how did you make this

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    How fun! I love it. Nice way to use up those scraps.
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    Thanks for posting this, very nice table runner and it gave me an idea for something I want to make in a purse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mundy View Post
    how did you make this
    The green and neutral patchwork blocks were from part 3 of Bonnie Hunter's Grand Illusion Mystery Quilt. Thank-you Bonnie! ( Google it and you will find it) two of the sashings are sewn together to form an 8 inch block. .Added 1.25 black/ white border strips around each block. Appliquéd the shamrocks. The Sashing in the quilt is made with 1.25 inch strips .
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    Fabulous...... So wonderful.

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    very nicely done
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    Beautifully done!

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    Really pretty table runner. It is Irish but not -in -your face Irish. Nice job!

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    So very cute!
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    Very pretty table runner. Love the shamrocks

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    I like your pretty table runner.
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    Super cute!! I love your shamrocks!!

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    That is very nice and the black really adds to it.
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    Such an appealing table runner! I love the colors of green that you have.
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    Looks like you had lots of leftover blocks from Grand Illusion... good use of them!
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    Nicely done. Good luck with the quilting. I am trying to get a few things quilted as well. I seem to start more than I finish. But I do finish more now than I used too! Luann
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