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Thread: autumm table topper and window decoration

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    Love it, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    Beautiful!
    Patchwork Crazy!!!

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    That is so neat - really like it. Could you post what Magazine you found it in or better yet, could you post the instructions for this. Thanks.
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    It`s a bit early, I know I found the pattern in an old quilting magazine and couldn't wait. And this is step one of my 2013 goal of using my fabric leftovers

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJC View Post
    That is so neat - really like it. Could you post what Magazine you found it in or better yet, could you post the instructions for this. Thanks.
    nakotha posted the pattern info here autumm table topper and window decoration
    but posting the instructions would be a copyright violation
    Nancy in western NY

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    Hey!
    The parts in the middle are similar or the same like the french braid pattern, but more narrow than usual. As for the ends of the runner i still didn't find a tutorial.

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    SWEET, sweet, sweet! The stripes make these above and beyond.
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    Both are lovely but I really like the table topper

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    very nice. I love pine comb fabric.

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    Very unusal! But great ! Thanks for sharing photo

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    I'll bet if we were given the width of the strips and the size of the center squares, we could figure it out. It is essentially a french braid in the center four pieces and a log cabin diamond on the ends. Would that infringe on the copywrite? I'm always facinated by using stripes. It's the placement of the stripes that makes this so interesting.

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