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Thread: Has anyone tried these templates?

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    Super Member QuiltnLady1's Avatar
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    Has anyone tried these templates?

    I saw this set of templates on Nancy's notions and was wondering if anyone has and tried them.

    http://www.nancysnotions.com/product...o?extid=120522

    Thanks.
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    I haven't tried them; however, this is something I wouldn't purchase. I think a better bet for about the same money is a book that shows you how to make Lone Star quilts using strip sets. Like this one:
    http://www.amazon.com/Lone-Star-Quil.../dp/1571201610

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    have it but have not tried it yet.....sorry....but it looks easy

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    Havn't tried them yet but getting ready to order them

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    I use Quilt Smart for Lone Star quilts.

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    Yep, strip sets are the only way to do Lone Star. Of course I use Kaye's method.....

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    I have the strip one a bought along time ago NEVER use I have my accuquilt go now!!!
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    I am working on a star quilt, pattern from www.fairfieldworld.com that uses this method. I do not have these rulers, just used my basic 15" grid ruler and diagnoal guide lines. Several from my quilting group are making the same quilt, no one has had a problem cutting the fabric the correct deminisions.

    I personally do not have space to store lots of rulers that only get used once.
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    I would use my rulers that I have on hand. You can get too many that will only be used once or twice and I would much rather spend the money on fabric

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    I have them and just finished maker a table topper fora housewarming gift. I love them really easy to use!

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