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    Default Silly geese ready to sandwich

    Hi dears, for a short look:

    my silly geese table Cloth is ready to Sandwich
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    I made a Center part with the Silly Geese pattern from Jenny`s tutorial with white jaquard and charms from the Serie Giggles and Tickles. this cor is bordered by a colored fabric I cannot find out the Name, because I bought a left over Piece anywhere. All around is a white fabric, a traditional one from Switzerland which is already embroidered with a flower pattern. The Sankt Gallen Region is very wellknown for ist embroidered fabric and lace. Many of the Haute cuture Dresses are made from Sankt Gallen lace.

    I used a double side iron on batting, very thin and a backing fabric white with blue roses, also a very traditional swiss one.

    The size is 87 x 52 Inch.

    I will quilt the cor Piece SITD along the half quare triangles with a rainbow colored quilting thread and for the binding I did not deside yet. Probably I will choose on light blue fabric from the Tickles Serie, but first I must see what will fit front and backing. Our LQS has different fabrics from the Serie in stock.

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    Your work is beautiful. As always my friend!
    Lisa

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    It's so pretty! Beautifully done

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    That is a very pretty table cover!
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    This is beautiful! I really like the pattern, I have never heard of "Silly Geese", but I think I will put it on my to do list!
    "One can never consent to creep, when one feels the impulse to soar" -Helen Keller

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    Default Re: Silly geese ready to sandwich

    Renate, this is an extroadinary piece of beauty. You should be quite proud of your diligence. I know I am . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Renate View Post
    Hi dears, for a short look:

    my silly geese table Cloth is ready to Sandwich
    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Silly geese 3.jpg 
Views:	148 
Size:	63.6 KB 
ID:	56115Click image for larger version. 

Name:	silly geese 4.jpg 
Views:	149 
Size:	93.0 KB 
ID:	56116

    I made a Center part with the Silly Geese pattern from Jenny`s tutorial with white jaquard and charms from the Serie Giggles and Tickles. this cor is bordered by a colored fabric I cannot find out the Name, because I bought a left over Piece anywhere. All around is a white fabric, a traditional one from Switzerland which is already embroidered with a flower pattern. The Sankt Gallen Region is very wellknown for ist embroidered fabric and lace. Many of the Haute cuture Dresses are made from Sankt Gallen lace.

    I used a double side iron on batting, very thin and a backing fabric white with blue roses, also a very traditional swiss one.

    The size is 87 x 52 Inch.

    I will quilt the cor Piece SITD along the half quare triangles with a rainbow colored quilting thread and for the binding I did not deside yet. Probably I will choose on light blue fabric from the Tickles Serie, but first I must see what will fit front and backing. Our LQS has different fabrics from the Serie in stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gayle Russell View Post
    This is beautiful! I really like the pattern, I have never heard of "Silly Geese", but I think I will put it on my to do list!
    This pattern is one of Jenny's newest tutorials. Renate's work is just amazing!
    Lisa

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    You are all so friendly and kind with me ... my work can increase in precission more and more, because you all help me so much with your hints and sharing your experiences, so it also is a bit of your success!

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    Just lovely...very delicate and fresh!

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    great job and I like St. Gallen lace. Too bad it is so expensive, but very nice
    greetings from the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

    Michèle

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