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Thread: Tumbler Template

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    Since I have not be very successful find a template I have decided to make my own. My question is what a good size to make. I dont want anything too big nor too small.
    I am going to make each of my sons a throw for Christmas and will need them to go together fairly quick.

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    I've done both 4 inch and 6 inch, both are pretty. If it is a smaller throw I would use a 4 inch, a large throw the 6 inch. Just my thought!

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    4 or 6 inch tall?? What would you make the top and bottom width ??

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    My Sister's Husband works at a sign company and she had him make her a 5" and used her charms squares for a quilt. I also found 2 smaller ones (can't remember the size) at Tuesday Morning for .99. If you have a Tuesday Morning store you might want to check them out. Sometimes they carry templets.

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    Find someone or store that has an AccuQuiltStudio™
    and rent it for a few hours. It's super fast and easy and you'll be able to get LOTS of tops done!

    http://www.accuquilt.com/How-to-Use-...r-W79C505.aspx
    http://www.accuquilt.com/Tumblers-C475.aspx
    Have fun!

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    tumbler 6an 1/2 by 3 an1/2 lenth is 6 1/2 also

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    THANKS ...

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    http://www.maryquilts.com/wp-content...ng-Tumbler.pdf

    This pdf gives measurements for the 6" finished tumbler that will help to draw it.

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    Thanks !!!

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