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30 Minute Table Runner

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table runner

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Dot-to-Dot Quilting taught by Angela Walters

Create dozens of designs without marking! as you discover the joy of easily quilting from dot to dot with Angela Walters.

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What materials did you use? Dot to Dot quilting is quick, but the 30 minutes does not include quilting! :-) This was my first attempt at dot to dot and I LOVE it!! I used a ruler to divide the triangles into sections, and used Angela's 'close enough is good enough' theory to stitch. I used a regular sewing foot as I wanted my lines as straight as possible. But because the project was small, it was easy to rotate.

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What are you most proud of? The clean look of the straight lines.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Just go for it! Start with a small project like this runner. The lines were short enough to eyeball, but long enough to get the wow effect. I can't believe how much fun it was!! I'm anxious to try it on my long arm machine.

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Wow Lorrie I love your table runner and your quilting is super.

11/19/2013 Flag

Thank you, desna. It was so much fun!! I love the dot to dot concepts.

11/22/2013 Flag

Well done Lorrie, you table runner is lovely. I also love doing dot to dot quilting - quick and easy!

11/23/2013 Flag

Thank you, Carolyn.

11/26/2013 Flag