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Thread: How to make a star potholder

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    I just found this link online and thought this would be cool to make

    http://www.ehow.com/how_2225531_star-potholder.html

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    Thanks for posting all those links - you've been busy.

    I came across this tutorial a while ago for a folded star trivet. I can't quite tell if it's exactly the same design as the one you posted the link to, but it has photos and seems quite easy to follow. (I haven't tried it myself yet though.)

    http://bronzewombat.blogspot.com/200...patchwork.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by mosaicthinking
    Thanks for posting all those links - you've been busy.

    I came across this tutorial a while ago for a folded star trivet. I can't quite tell if it's exactly the same design as the one you posted the link to, but it has photos and seems quite easy to follow. (I haven't tried it myself yet though.)

    http://bronzewombat.blogspot.com/200...patchwork.html
    I would love to be able to do this one! Any ideas on how to get it to print out without all the ads and stuff???? :oops:

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    I open a word program and then copy and paste the parts I want to print in it. Open Office is free and has every feature that Microsoft Word has. It even converts doc. to pdf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo
    I open a word program and then copy and paste the parts I want to print in it. Open Office is free and has every feature that Microsoft Word has. It even converts doc. to pdf.
    Didn't think about that!! And I just downloaded Open Office. Thanks!! :D :thumbup:

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    cool, thanks for the information in printing out patterns

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    I highlighted it and printed it out... you click on FILE... then scroll down and click on PRINT... then click on SELECTION... then click on PRINT.... and wait until another page comes up and click on PRINT.... but remember to highlight what you want printed FIRST....

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    I posted the tutorial in December. Also is a link to download a pdf file. I made a dozen of them as gifts and they were fun! Enjoy.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-31299-1.htm

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    thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by hulahoop1
    I posted the tutorial in December. Also is a link to download a pdf file. I made a dozen of them as gifts and they were fun! Enjoy.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-31299-1.htm

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    thank you for the site. God bless. Penny

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