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Celebrate With Style - Lacy Christmas Runner

Celebrate With Style - Lacy Christmas Runner
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by The Fat Quarter Gypsy

This intermediate level pattern for a Christmas keepsake table runner will be a family favorite as you decorate your holiday table. Machine stitch then embellish this table runner with embroidery, iron-on crystals to add your own sparkles! Merry Christmas Lettering: 3/8 yard, Bird Body: 7" x 11", Large Tree: 8" x 11 1/2", Small Tree: 6- 1/2" x 9", Branch: 1/4 yard, remainig applique shapes: variety of scraps, Paper-backed Fusible Web or Barely There Printable Fusible Web: 1 1/2 yards or 10 sheets, background 18" x 36" felt (wool or polyester). Variety of matching threads, bobbin thread to match, scissors. 'Lacy Christmas Runner' table runner pattern by The Fat Quarter Gypsy, finished size is about 17" x 35".

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