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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

JUST WHAT THE DIL ORDERED

I haven’t done much sewing lately because I’ve been spending my time on the couch nursing a head and chest cold.  However, I did manage to finish a couple table runners that I had started last year.  Sometime last year my DIL gave me a two packages of Tonga Treats and asked me to make these table runners for her.  Above is the Four Square Table Runner.
This one is Migrating Geese Table Runner.  I’m glad she gave me her fabric choices so that I know she will like them.  In fact when I was visiting Sunday she cleared off her dining room table and put one table runner there and then did the same thing with a coffee table.  They really looked nice.  And it gave me satisfaction to know the colors were her choice and that I actually did accomplish something this year!  Now I’m off and running on my next project.  More about that later.

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SHOP NEWS:
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ON ANOTHER NOTE
Until next time,

Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!
Caroll

3 comments:

Annie said...

When you're handed the fabrics and colors it's like "whew!" It's the biggest battle deciding fabric designs and colors for someone else. Ask me how I know this. LoL. Your table mats look great! I can imagine how great they look in use.

Lynn said...

So nice to start something and know that the recipient will like them. They look great!

Allie said...

Those are just lovely, Caroll!! I hope you're feeling better hon...stay warm!

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