Monday, April 2, 2012

Scrappy Quilt-As-You-Go Table Runner Tutorial

Go here to Craftsy to get this tutorial as a free pdf.

 
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14 comments:

  1. Interesting tutorial and very thought provoking. I wonder if I could string piece a square like this. But then I'd have to figure out how to get them sewn together. Hmmmmmmm...... Anyway- I liked your tutorial and will use it!!

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  2. This was very helpful thanks for posting it!

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  3. Great tutorial and beautiful table runner. I'm going to try it out. I need some runners for my night stands. These would be perfect. Thanks Daryl!

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  4. how sweet this is -- the wavy line quilting is perfect with batiks and fishes!

    thanks

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  5. Thanks for that splendid tutorial , great work with the photo's.
    Fabulous project, I bet your husband was pleased.
    What a fabulous and colourful runner.
    Well done Hugs Elaine

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  6. Super easy and so pretty! I have done some Christmas stockings like this. It was fun. Thanks for the tutorial!

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  7. WOW! awesome tutorial Daryl!! I loved the wavy stitching as you said as it looked like the fishies were caught on a net very neat! Lovely table runner and I'm sure your husband loved it! Daryl, can I get the labels to sew to my project from Joanns? Have a fantastic day!
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  8. That is very pretty. I think I'd like to make one and use as a dresser scarf.

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  9. Hey Daryl, I think that you have just solved my problem for me! I have been saving my sons baseball shirts since he was a little boy, and I have wanted to make him a quilt with them. I was having trouble figuring how to blend all the colors together, but now I do! Thanks, Karen♥

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  10. Great tutorial, I love the bright colors. I will have to try one for my coffee table.

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  11. Thanks so much for sharing, Daryl! I just love "quilt as you go" projects!
    CAS

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  12. great tutorial, love all the photos. this is a great way to use up scraps. thank you so much for taking the time to do this.
    tara

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  13. Very well writen, the pictures were very helpful. I will be using this pattern again. Thank you :)

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  14. Thanks for sharing on Podunk Pickin's. Quilt as you go is much faster, great for when I need a quick finish project! Your Craftsy page has so many great patterns. I really like the golf tee pin cushions. Mr. Podunk and I quit golfing due to our old knees and we've tons of golf teas that could become pretty little things!

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