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Old 07-15-2009, 06:12 PM   #1
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FFO(Finally Finished Object) Sunstar Tablecloth
WHEW!!! This baby is off the blocking bed!!! It measures 65" in diameter and is made from the pattern I designed. I used Valley Cotton Carpet Warp in Spectra Yellow...a 4 ply, heavy thread and 100% cotton... Ravelry Project Page

Yes, you read that right… Carpet Warp! It’s very soft and despite how it sounds, has not been trampled or imbedded with cat/dog hair or sand particles yet! LOL! It is actually 4 strands of size 8 thread, twisted together and it thicker than 5/2 but lighter than 3/2. Valley yarns produces it in a large variety of pretty colors and it’s inexpensive, knits well and blocks wonderfully… Can be ordered from Yarns.com(WEBS)






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Old 07-15-2009, 07:45 PM   #2
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That's beautiful! I love the yellow!!
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Old 07-15-2009, 07:47 PM   #3
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That's beautiful, I hope no one spills on the table cloth!
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Old 07-15-2009, 08:10 PM   #5
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That's beautiful! I love the yellow!!
Oh, me, too! I thought it would great for summertime eating...even into fall and spring! Appropriate for the pattern name as well.
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That's beautiful, I hope no one spills on the table cloth!
We'll just beat 'em with a wet noodle if they do!!!
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These are magnificent, Mary! Superb to the Nth degree!
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These are magnificent, Mary! Superb to the Nth degree!
Thank you, too! I always feel like another child has left the nest when one of these is done... And on the other hand, those last 10-12 rounds have so many stitches that it's a relief to see them off the needles!
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