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Thread: Autumn Table Topper using a 22.5 degree ruler

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    Super Member katkat1946's Avatar
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    Very pretty! And thanks for showing us what you can do with this ruler.

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    I love it!

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    Really pretty in the fall colors. I love doing the circle quilts, I have one on my Kitchen Table that was done with the 10 degree ruler and I had such fun with it. Keep up the good work and enjoy every minute of it.

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    That is absolutely stunning! Love the design and fall colors!

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    Lovely. I have a round table and all of the glorious table runners I see on the board don't fit well. I also love the fabric you used on the outer most ring. I have it also and use it in many of my fall, harvest, Thanksgiving quilts. There is now hope for me to make an almost round table topper. Thanks for posting your topper.

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    Very pretty, you did a great job on this table topper.

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    Just in time for fall. Looks like a fun project and you did it well.

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    Very pretty and it sure celebrates the season.

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    I have never seen this pattern before. is it hard to do?

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    Nope - it is easy once you have the ruler. I had to go online to buy it - about $15 - but I plan to get lots of use from it! I could not find one in the Seattle area. You actually end up with pieces for two toppers with the colors in the reverse order.
    Quote Originally Posted by sniktasemaj View Post
    I have never seen this pattern before. is it hard to do?
    Shannon

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