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Does anybody remember an "easy" striped table runner we made a few months ago? (OK maybe it was a year or two) I have looked some but wasn't able to find the angle of the ruler needed for the ends. Can anybody help me?
 
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60 degree table runner. Just type in 60 degree table runner in your search and free patterns do come up.


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Ten Minute Table Runner?


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Thanks to all. Its the 60 degree runner that I was thinking about. I typed in everything except "60 degree". I want to make some for Christmas and Thanksgiving so thanks for the help.

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Does anybody want to show me a pic of theirs before I get started???? Id love to see yours!
 
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I did a braid table runner if that helps.


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Here are a few of mine. I am ashamed to say that none of these are finished. I did finish some of the table runners and gave them as gifts but I have the smaller candle mats made from the cut away triangles that are left over from the runners. Hope this helps you.

This one is really long. Notice how the violets go around the runner in the same direction. Neat huh?


Carolyn

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This is one of the candle mats that is made out of the same fabric.


Carolyn

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I made two runners from this fabric but they are different lengths. I will show both of them.


Carolyn

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The shorter one.


Carolyn

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This is a left over candle mat. I gave the runner to my sister for Christmas one year.


Carolyn

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Another candle mat. the table runners for these last two pics were very pretty. It is always amazing to be surprised at just how they will look when done. Hope you enjoyed the show!


Carolyn

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Our lives are like quilts - bits and pieces, joy and sorrow, stitched with love.


 
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Carolyn, beautiful runners. Love the Nativity fabric. TFS
 
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