A Squirrel IS DrEAMi Right?!

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  1. Your table runner turned out so well! And I’ve definitely had my dREAMi moments and have linked up with Sandra’s linky party before. My current dREAMi project is participating in Ugly Sweater Instagram swap. There sure are some cute “ugly” sweaters being made! Take care, Mary.

  2. sandradny says:

    Love the vanilla squirrel! Math — sigh — it is not my friend either….:(

  3. Roseanne, I love, love, love your Vanilla Cream tablerunner! Perfect idea for your boss! I like the idea that it will work for any season, too – just use a different candle or seasonal thing on it and voila! That will be a great gift.

  4. Vicki in MN says:

    Indeed she will love it-very classy and won’t go out of style and can be used for any season. Hmmm math and me don’t agree either-I call on DH or the calculator if he isn’t here. And then sometimes I still mess up!

  5. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, You are not alone when it comes to the MATH part with quilting patterns. That is most likely the reason that I have never actually tried to create my own quilt patterns. LOL. Your table runner is lovely and has me considering making something in the same colorway as yours for my Mother. I am also looking forward to seeing more of these baby girl creations. The two of you work splendidly together and it is fabulous to read about. Thank you for sharing and have a spectacular day!

  6. I love a squirrel that is so elegant! At least our sewing squirrels are much prettier than the real thing!

  7. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    Love that table runner! And you already know that I too have issues with pressing in which direction. I did laugh out loud at “the common denominator if you will”! I am NOT math enabled but thankfully I married a calculator! Have a wonderful weekend friend!

  8. Brenda @ Songbird Designs says:

    Love the runner in those neutral colors. Great job!! And yes, even though I loved math in school, sometimes quilting math gets the best of me!! I always seem to wind up with way more squares than I need – but I decided that is much better than winding up with too few! LOL

  9. Oh yes, those math problems. Had them the other day while working on my UfH quilt. Haha. I imagine Sue to be like Mary Poppins, with that large carpetbag that she opens and out comes a measuring tape (for the math), a teaspoon of sugar (for when you get fussy), and of course, a charm pack. It’s very fun when you have the fabric you need on hand. Your runner is lovely, and just perfect in every way!

  10. jan altomare says:

    This runner is so cute. I have those same math problems. Trying to adjust any patterns to size up is always a fun (not) time.

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