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For the love Verna

I had some Verna fabric left over from my last table runner so I made another. I it goes so well with the Bijoux (pink swirls) fabric from Heather Bailey. Then I made another table runner (I will be giving these away) from the Nicey Jane fabrics from Heather Bailey. I used the disappearing nine patch pattern which I think displays the fabrics very well.



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  1. I love these!!! That Nicey Jane is something else isn't it! I love the feel of it!

    Thanks for linking up!

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  2. They both look great! Spring is here :o)

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  3. LOVE LOVE LOVE these! they are both my style and I am drooling over both of these, you are so inspiring! Thanks for sharing

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  4. Oh, oh, oh! These are too awesomely yummy! I want the scrumptiousness of them both!

    You win the "Most Exciting Response" for Friday's Finishes!

    We did your music too!

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  5. these are gorgeous!!! i love the nicey jane

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  6. I am so in love with Nicey Jane. Your table runner is just gorgeous.

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  7. I thought I didn't like the retro look until I saw Nicey Jane. I'm in love with Heather Bailey's fabrics! These runners are great!!

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  8. Those look beautiful, I particularly like the bars pattern at the top. But I am pretty sure you can't go wrong with Nicey Jane. You have some lucky friends who will receive these!

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  9. They are just gorgeous! I must get some nicey jane!

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  10. What beautiful table runners! How bright, looks like spring!

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  11. I love them! They are beautiful!!!

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  12. Beautiful table runner! Love that Verna fabric.

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  13. Always love the DP9--such great spring time fabrics.

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