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Thread: Christmas Candlequilter Star Tablerunner

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    Okay, I took everyone's comments from yesterdays post on the Christmas Candlequilter star and made the recommended change and have came up with this. I was really amazed because I used the assembly line sewing process on this instead of doing one block at a time and boy did it ever save me time. Plus I cut all of my fabric squares or triangles to use first and then it was just a matter of sewing them down. Alot quicker and alot less ripping out stitches. I think after I finish quilting it I will put a green binding on it. But first before I can do any of that I have alot of paper to remove still.

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    Sherryl
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    Christmas Candlequilter Star tablerunner
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    The darker white spots are where I have removed the paper so far
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    Quote Originally Posted by candlequilter
    Okay, I took everyone's comments from yesterdays post on the Christmas Candlequilter star and made the recommended change and have came up with this. I was really amazed because I used the assembly line sewing process on this instead of doing one block at a time and boy did it ever save me time. Plus I cut all of my fabric squares or triangles to use first and then it was just a matter of sewing them down. Alot quicker and alot less ripping out stitches. I think after I finish quilting it I will put a green binding on it. But first before I can do any of that I have alot of paper to remove still.

    Thanks for looking,
    Sherryl
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    GORGEOUS!!!!

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    Very pretty.

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    Beautiful!!!!

    Kat

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    wow!!!!! So spectacular! I was thinking gold would look good in the center when I saw your first one...and sure enough...that's what makes it pop!

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    Beautiful!!!

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    Gorgeous. The colors and the work are outstanding.

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    Beautiful. I love sewing a complete project from this.

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    Wow, it's gorgeous!

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    Beautiful. I love sewing a complete project from this.

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