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Thread: Spring table runner

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    I saw something that looked sort of like this but thought hey I can make something like it.. so out came the gobaby. cut out some flowers and leaves. then free handed out some stems. fused it all together and blanket stitched around everything. Then I FMQ on it.. Now I do not know if I want to do my original thought and tes dye it or leave it alone.... :? what do you think????
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    Sooo cute, like it the way it is but bet tea dye will look good too. maybe make 2 and tea dye the 2nd one. :P

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    I think it's beautiful just as it is. Good job. Thanks for sharing,

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    I think it's beautiful just as it is. Good job. Thanks for sharing,

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    I think it's beautiful just as it is. Good job. Thanks for sharing,

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    Very pretty! I am going to have to try this applique.

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    Very pretty! I am going to have to try this applique.

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    I'd leave the background white as it shows off the nice bright spring colors well. Good job!

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    It's lovely! Bright for Spring and Summer. I like it as is!

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    I'd leave it this way. I love the brights!

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    I like it the way it is, very cute and spring like.

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    Very pretty! It looks good as is! Don't have an opinion on tea dying. :wink:

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    I love it. I think its a personal preferance ....I think it would look great tea dyed

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    While I love tea-dyed stuff, I think the crispness of the white with those delicious colors is just perfect for that Springtime feel. I'd leave it white. Beautiful work!

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    Very pretty and bright, like spring. I think the tea dye would make it darker. Better to do one for fall and tea dye that one. Great work.

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    love the white background - makes your flowers pop. well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jo Belmont
    While I love tea-dyed stuff, I think the crispness of the white with those delicious colors is just perfect for that Springtime feel. I'd leave it white. Beautiful work!
    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Fidgety, I love it as is!! It's beautifully Springy, I think tea dye would dull the effect.
    Great job! :D:D

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    It is really cute. I love the blanket stitch

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    WOW that's pretty! I like it!

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    I love your daisies. They always make me smile. Good job.

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    I would leave it if it were mine :)

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    Turned out great.

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    Great job and it looks like spring.

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    Very cute design!! Really love the look of it. Makes me think SPRING!

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