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Thread: Double Diamond Ruler

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    Pam
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    I made this bookmark for Funky Money. It took about 5 minutes. Thanks, Kim for coming up with this! It is fun and I will be using it on some of my art quilts.
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    Beautiful

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    I almost bought one of these in Paducah but the price there was enormous. Did you find one more reasonable than $20+ ? If so, where?

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    Nope, picked it up in Paducah! I was looking for you, but did not see you. I think this is going to look fab mixed in with some Seminole patchwork.

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    I love the bookmark!!! :D:D:D
    Ooooo I can't wait to see it with the seminole piecework!!!

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    You did a real nice job. I saw these at AQS in Lancaster, love the look. I was wondering about the raw edge- if you used it in the border of a quilt, or on a placemat or tablerunner, how well would it survive washing?

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    I used a light weight fusible on this, but for something like a placemat, I think you would want to use something heavier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam
    Nope, picked it up in Paducah! I was looking for you, but did not see you. I think this is going to look fab mixed in with some Seminole patchwork.
    I was there, hit Eleanor Burns' tent, pattern barn, downtown store, Hancocks and the bubble. Fat lady, denim dress w/tiny pink flowers around the bottom, bright pink shirt, glasses and 40+ inch graying hair---how could you miss that??? Rode Miss Audrey's shuttle bus several times. Maybe I'll get one next year.

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    WOW!! :thumbup: You made that in about five minutes? It's really cute & I love the pattern. Thank you so much for sharing will all of us today!!
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    Cute.

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