Friday, September 3, 2010

MEET MY FRIEND JEAN DABELL

ISN'T SHE JUST LOVELY? LOOK AT THAT AWESOME SMILE!


SHE HAS CREATED ANOTHER WONDERFUL PATTERN FOR US. IT IS IN PDF FORMAT, so instant gratification. It will be at sold at INCHWORM FABRICS. Ooopsss, I noticed that she does not have it listed yet, I also know she was having computer troubles...so if you would like it, just leave a comment and I will get back with you....the price is really inexpensive.

So all that being said.....Here is my version of her pattern (mine is not quilted or the blanet stitch around the stars and scallops).



I used my Go cutter for the stars, so they are differnt than hers. I used some of my Crazy 8 honey bun (instead of cutting strips or using scraps...la...zzzzzyyyy). I also used Steam A seam like no body's business. I also will use the blanket stitch where she used a beautiful running stitch on her stars and the scallops.

Two different women, two different techniques, ending up with two awesome table runners.

Thanks Jean for this fun, easy pattern!!


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Wacky Woman won the pattern,Marilyn's Maze, all I need now is your address and I will send the patten out to you.

Thanks to everone that came by and left comments. Your comments are the highlight of my day.

16 comments:

  1. Great pattern. Jean is very creative. I like the way you both used different techniques but achieved the same result.

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  2. Both table runners look amazing. I love how some quilters mix the shades of a color instead of using the same fabric. It gives the stripes some depth and makes the runner fun. Great job!

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  3. A very sweet tablerunner Barb :0) I love that quilters "do it" their way, makes it much more exciting LOL.

    Crispy

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  4. Jean's table runner is a great design, and your adaptation is fantastic, as usual! Love the Stars and Stripes!

    XOXO,

    Cyndi

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  5. I love seeing a pattern done in different colors and methods....cool.

    I could not see the smile...so I'll imagine it is wonderful...:)

    Smiles,
    Kelly

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  6. Looks like you are still having too much fun!!

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  7. That would be a perfect table runner for lots of holidays.

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  8. Love it!! I will sooooo need that pattern!!!

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  9. Wahoo! How very exciting. Thank you so much. I sent you an email with my addy.

    Marilyn

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  10. Super cute pattern. I'll definitely check it out on InchWorm. You have very talented friends! Great job Jean!

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  11. No! You're not lazy..you are smart...using the GO cutter for your stars and honey bun for stripes..good thinking and it turned out great!

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  12. That is a lovely pattern! And, no, you are not lazy, you are one smart quilter. Your process allows you to speed up the finish and get on to another lovely project. (You do have another one waiting, don't you?)

    sewwhatquiltshop.blogspot.com

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  13. Congradulations to the winner. Love those stars. You sure are "speedy" on getting your projects done and on to another. Great work.
    Happy Quilting!

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  14. Awesome runners! I can see this in so many colorways too. Good luck to Jean with her pattern selling!
    Lola

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