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Thread: 10 minute table runner

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    Pretty runner. We;re still wondering
    how the points are done.Is there a video on line?

    Quote Originally Posted by karenchi
    Here is mine

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    love this pattern. I used flannel instead of batting for a lower loft. Keeps the point from getting so "fat". Can't figure out how to post a picture in this note or I would.

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    My quilt shop gave me 5 listed instructions, and I could not figure it out :-(
    but found the online one and really helped. Oh, if you goggle 10 minute table runner a bunch will be listed.....Go though them and find the one you need....That's what I did....

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    Cute!!

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    Karen, thank you for your picture. I now find it very clear how the points are formed. I could not tell it from other pictures I have seen. I an a VERY visual person. Printed instructions seem to confuse me for some reason. LOL

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    thank you for pattern

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    what a way to go!! thanks for the tip!

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    Hi everyone, I am brand new to the forum. I really like this tablerunner tut, even I, as challenged as I am, can make it! Wondering tho, if you wanted to add batting, did you just slip that in the tube after sewing together? Thanks again for the tutorial. I made some placemats to match by cutting the tube in half.

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    Thanks for the instructions. This is my first one but I plan to make a few more for gifts
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    I don,t mean to be a dummy, but how do you get the batting into the tube? I know I must be missing a very important and very evident step but...I have all the material cut and am just waiting for the light to go on so that I can get the batting in... Thanks

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    I just made this with batting. When you're putting it together - before you sew - lay the backing right side up on a table. Put the top right side down on the backing - lining up the ends and one side. Cut the batting the size of the top. Place the batting on the top (I spray basted mine.) Pin the long side together. Then pin the other long side AFTER you have lined it up. Sew the two long sides to make a tube, then turn inside out. I had to trim the batting on the short sides before I folded them down and sewed them.

    Make sense?

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    Thank you very much....sometimes the old brain just shuts down in protest...got it now..have a wonderful Christmas season.

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    Here's my first table runner and I know it won't be the last. Thanks so much for the tute!

    For the first time I felt like I was using a "Stash". I picked up several $1 Fat Quarters at the Houston Quilt Show - that's what I pieced the center with. The backing/border is material from Wal-mart that I'd picked up just because I thought I could use it sometime.

    I just knew it was for a gift - undetermined person. Turns out the undetermined owner is ... me! I'm having piano students come over for a Piano Party tomorrow and Wednesday. We'll practice performing, eat some cookies, then go to a local nursing home and play for the residents as they wait for dinner. That runner looks great on MY table! (It's on the piano bench for the picture - not gonna sit on my lovely creation!)
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    Very nice! & thank you for sharing your music at the nursing home.

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    I would say exactly what Pat said, very pretty tablerunner and thank you for sharing your music at the care center. Have any of you seen this You Tube video? Here is a link, enjoy.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXh7JR9oKVE

    Marcia

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    I should pay rent at a care center this month. I'm an elementary music teacher as well as a piano teacher. So I'll make 5 visits this week to different centers in our town - 3 with guitar players and 2 with piano. Wish it wasn't just this time of year, but now is when we have appropriate music ready!

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    Love the video & sent it around.

    Quote Originally Posted by MarciaN
    I would say exactly what Pat said, very pretty tablerunner and thank you for sharing your music at the care center. Have any of you seen this You Tube video? Here is a link, enjoy.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXh7JR9oKVE

    Marcia

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    Anytime is a good time to share music at the elder care home. My Mom was in one & every patient loved music....all music.

    Quote Originally Posted by JanTx
    I should pay rent at a care center this month. I'm an elementary music teacher as well as a piano teacher. So I'll make 5 visits this week to different centers in our town - 3 with guitar players and 2 with piano. Wish it wasn't just this time of year, but now is when we have appropriate music ready!

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    I too, have made several of these, and it does not call for batting. I also used for the main fabric, a panel that is across. It us either going to be bigger or smaller than the main fabric requirements, but it will just change your border width. I also flipped the ends the opposite way so that the panel would not be chopped off at an awkward place, so the flipped side goes to the back, and hand stitched the ends down so that the sewing line would not show through on the front side.

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    This is a fun pattern. I enjoyed having it done in a short time! :)

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    very nice...thank you..I will bookmark this one

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    I'm not clear on how to finish the ends.

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    that table runner is great nice job.

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    Very Pretty....Here's mine
    Added Batting....
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    Nice, really like how you made the ends & added the button.

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