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    Thank you.

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    Very nice. I will have to remember this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oma66
    The name is 10 minute table runner, .
    Very nice. Credit should be given to the creator.

    http://myheritagefabrics.wordpress.c...the-shout-out/

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandyquilts
    Quote Originally Posted by oma66
    The name is 10 minute table runner, .
    Very nice. Credit should be given to the creator.

    http://myheritagefabrics.wordpress.c...the-shout-out/
    Sandy, Thank you for the information. I did not know who created the runner as it was something one of the ladies in our group made and showed us. It is very easy and we all made one, without a pattern, just by looking at hers.

    Hope you enjoy a wonderful and creative week.

    Blessings Abound,
    Char

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    I saw that before and had forgotten about it. It sure is pretty. Thanks for the reminder.

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    I made one the the receiver did not want batting in it. I use interfacing instead.

    Table topper front view
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    Table topper front and back view
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    Thank you for sharing , looks so easy..

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    Quote Originally Posted by oma66
    Quote Originally Posted by Nana2Sew
    Very pretty............thanks for sharing
    The pattern I have is:
    Center fabric 10"
    Border fabric 20"
    no batting.
    I do like your sizes better as I think the wider border is more attractive. Will post my Christmas runners when they are finished and I am going to use your sizes and warm and natural batting as I like the way they look with that type of batting. thanks.
    I LIKE THE BIGGER SIZE AS WELL, HAVE A PATTERN BUT LIKE THIS IDEA FOR SURE, HAVE NOT MADE IT YET BUT A GREAT GIFT IDEA FOR SURE. EVEN THOUGHT OF MAKING ONE FOR EACH SEASON AND GIVING IT AS A GIFT AT WORK AS A SET. ALSO WOULD B A NICE GIFT FOR A WEDDING, SINCE PEOPLE HAVE EVERYTHING BUT SOMETHING HOME MADE IS SO NICE AND USEFUL DONT U THINK.........ALSO, IN DOING IT IN SEASONS, WILL ALWAYS MATCH WHATEVER COLORS SOMEONE WOULD HAVE......WHAT U ALL THINK...... :mrgreen:

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    Nice!

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    oma66, you are clever! i love it! great for a quick seasonal or just because gift (even for myself...LOLS!).

    thank you so much for sharing....

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    Great, fast gift to make for those who you want to gift without taking too much time. Thanks so much for sharing this with us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltinghere
    Some orphan blocks would look great on the top piece...
    Yup. For all of those blocks I had to do two or three times to get the right finish size. I could make a million. :(

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    Had to come back to book mark it. I forgot. Stil think it is great. Thanks for the tute.

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    My friend just gave me this pattern. Her's was from the Utah State Extension office!! I can't wait to make it.

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    Thanks a bunch, gee I don't know why everyone is in such a hurry anyway, 35 mins, isn't bad.

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    I'm making my first ones tonight. Love the way it looks, and glad to see how/when to put the batting in (if desired). I'm planning to put one on my piano and give the other to my best friend.

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    This is a great tut I will be making some quick holiday runners.

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    Very nice. I will try this.

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    I've made several of these. Rather than batting used fusible interfacing, also used batting. Please tell me how you added batting after sewing and turning? I need help doing so. Thanks for the pics!!!

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    Thank you, i see gift giving in my future.
    Mary

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    ok, so can anyone help me with, locating the bookmark and/or how to bookmark?? thank you, i have been searching but to no avail
    Mary

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    Very pretty! Thank you!

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    Thank you sooo much! Making table runners now so guess which is next!!

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    WOW - what a cute pattern - Thank you for sharing

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    great tute.I am making some of these with home dec fabric-they are turning out very nice
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Upnorthcrafter

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