Thursday, September 25, 2008

Wow, thanks!

Your response to my emergency plea was amazing! I love all of you!
Because I had an urgent need to iron, I used the "salt on brown paper" method, which miraculously took most of the gunk off, although it did scratch the surface a little. As soon as I get to the store, I'll buy one of the other amazing products you recommended and take the rest of it off. Stay tuned for the review.

I know you're probably getting a little tired of runners, but I have to make 15 of them by November 11th, so here's another one.

Romantic Roses:
Romantic Rose Runner

Romantic Roses Runner

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26 comments:

  1. Beautiful runner. I love those fabrics together.

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  2. ALWAYS love to see your runners! Hope all is well with you in this dreary weird weather we're having!

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  3. Glad to hear you got the gunk off! There are definitely a lot of smart quilters out there. I love your newest table runner...11 OMG! Get going girl!

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  4. Love it~again! What are you making so many for?

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  5. I love the runner! Pink and green really are great colors together!

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  6. Your color choices are always so perfect. I never get tired of seeing them.

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  7. the table runner is gorgeous! why so many?

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  8. The table runner is awesome. I love those colours together. They seem to be the colours at the moment.

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  9. Wow, what a lovely runner. Your machine quilting is not too shabby either. I'm just learning and I can appreciate the effort it takes to get those nice even stitches.

    Very happy that your iron is clean again. Try the wax paper trick to make it iron smoother, then you won't even know the scratches are there at all.

    Looking forward to more beautiful runners. BTW, just curious, how long do you make your average runner? I just made 2 from a pattern in a quilting magazine I just bought and they seem pretty short compared to yours. If you don't mind sharing that is.

    !!Fran....:c)

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  10. Ooohhhhh, she's a beauty! I love the colors!

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  11. Lovely tablerunner, great colours! I have the same question why are you making so many?

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  12. I learned so much reading all the comments on your last post. Wonderful!! And I love this latest runner. They are all so nice. What will they all be for?

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  13. I love the look of vintage mixed with modern and white. So clean looking yet it totally pops. My favorite yet.

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  14. Really pretty! Pink and green always go so well. Your quilting squiggles (is that the technical term?...) look spot on.

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  15. Amazing table runner! Love the colors! Good luck on getting them all done!

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  16. I love it!! Those colors are great together.

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  17. Don't think I have ever, ever seen a table runner as pretty as this one. Just lovely!

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  18. it's so pretty. why so many though?

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  19. Gorgeous. I never tire of seeing these.
    Teresa

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  20. I never get tired of seeing you work, so bring on the table runners. I love your style and you always chose such wonderful fabrics.

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  21. who could get tired of this? what are all of them going to be for? i'm hoping to try something like this too.

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  22. so loving that table runner right now!

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  23. Very much likes! His colours are beautiful!

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  24. I'll never get tired of looking at your runners either, just stunning.

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