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Thread: Can you handle another Spicy Spiral?

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    Super Member irishrose's Avatar
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    Can you handle another Spicy Spiral?

    I finished a Spicy Spiral at 3:30 this morning and delivered it at noon after taking a quick picture. As usual, my camera or photo program turns everything pink - it's a rusty cranberry. I think these are addicting.
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    That is beautiful. I have thought about doing that, but you need a special ruler, don't you? Guess that I will just admire all the ones that I see. Great job.
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    Fabulous! I would put it on my bucket list - but no sense as it is way beyond my ability!
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    I have one on the cutting table.....Yours is beautiful. They are not hard to make but do require a wedge ruler. They are fun to do and each is so stunning

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    What is the name or size of the wedge ruler needed for this pattern?

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    Wonderful, keep them coming!

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    Very pretty Spicy Spiral!

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    Beautiful, love the colors.
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    Wow, I have never seen this done before. This is beautiful.
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    You can use a 9 or 10 degree ruler. Mine is the 10. I bought it a year ago during a special at Philips Fiber Art. I paid $19.95 for the ruler and received the pattern and shipping free. It is easy as long as you follow the directions, but I guess you could say that about almost any pattern. I tend not to use many patterns. The only change I make is adding the binding. The pattern says to put right sides together , stitch and turn. I think I prefer binding, though I wish I had bound the light side of this in the light fabric, but the seams would be tricky. The turquoise/orange one I posted several weeks ago had dark edges and a light center. This one is just dark to light. I'm not sure which I prefer.

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