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Thread: Strata Star Table Topper

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    Quote Originally Posted by auntpiggylpn View Post
    No problem; I'm doing everything I can to avoid doing my Intro to Lit homework!!!!
    Oooh... I'll help you with it! I miss being in college soooooooooooo much!!!
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    Several months ago, there a tutorial of this pattern or a link to a tutorial. The woman was French, German, I can't remember but it was a very good tutorial. Maybe someone else will be more help than I've been. You may find it in a search of the board.

    Angie

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    Junior Member ambquilter's Avatar
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    I found it! Star Spin table topper or Cards as a Fan
    Here is the website: http://roolen.blogspot.com/2011/01/blog-post.html
    It is in Russian but look on the right side of the screen for Google Translate and select English and tada! We can read it!!!!!!!!!!

    Hope this helps,
    Angie

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    It is a really easy pattern. I have done a few. Just follow the instructions carefully. Name:  2011-11-05 22.30.23.jpg
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    http://ruthsquilting.com/patterns/

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    How do you bind yours? I have the top made but am unsure how to bind or if an envelope/birthing method would work better.

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    I made this and did the backing envelope style with the opening being in the middle of the backing. I have a hard time closing up openings when they are on the edge. Never comes out straight. Does not require binding. Binding would be a distraction IMHO
    Last edited by snipforfun; 08-01-2012 at 07:59 PM.

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    We have the pattern at our LQS, have had classes and I've made several. They are quick and easy and look SO complicated--my kind of project for sure! The shop is Deb's Cats n Quilts in Franklin, NC
    JT
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