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November 18, 2013

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Great fabrics and I always love the quilt patterns Debbie comes up with. This is a great table runner.

Love that table runner made using that gorgeous fabric!! I love piecing Hexagons, so...of course, I love it!!!
Thanks for the chance to win!!

Your tutorials are the best!! Thanks a million!

I really like the hexagons. Love the tutorial, I will try this method after Christmas.

love your method of cutting hexies and how you put them together for this great runner! thnx! will give this a try for sure!

I Love this table runner...so bright and happy for this
winter blues. Would be fun to make.
Pauline

Oh this is lovely. thanks so much for the tutorial

Very nice, Debby. I don't think they are too modern. They are bright & tend toward the whimsical. Hope I win the fat qtrs!

Fabulous runner! I love the Downtown fabrics you used!
Thanks for showing us your cutting methods!

Wow Debby that is quite an array of color and design on the Downtown fabrics.The border fabric would match just about any color going.love the tablerunners your first one is my favorite.

I think the white between the hexagons keeps it from being crazy busy. Cute!

I absolutely love the fabrics AND the table runner. I can understand why that is your go to pattern for a table runner. It looks great and is so easy! The fabrics look like the neon lights of the city - appropriately named. And what is the fabric that you used for your outer border? The runner is fabulous!

What a great way to avoid those fussy y seams. This could be done on try our machine.

Hello!! I am fairly new too quilting, and have a lot to learn but I follow a lot of blogs from different people who quilt. And by far I enjoy your pierces the best. I think its the variety in all the quilts that you make into one. All those patterns, work so,well together in the end!!
Thanks for the tutorials you make and post!!

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