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Thread: Holiday gifts

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    Power Poster lynnie's Avatar
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    since i live in a largely Jewish community, most of my friends are Jewish so i made them table toppers, along with pot holders and White Trash candy ( google it, it's yummy)
    thanks for looking
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    How pretty. I'm not Jewish, but I sure like these. Can I ask what pattern you used?, and perhaps copy you? :)

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    Lynnie, what lovely tabletoppers! I am sure your friends will love them! Beautiful fabrics and bound so nicely! Thanks for sharing!

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    Wow Lynnie!! These are very pretty. You are one hard working lady. I love your idea for gifts. I am doing table runners and bed runners this year as my little handmade gifts.

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    They are beautiful!

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    lynnie, these are so pretty. I am sure they will be welcomed by whomever you gift them to. Thanks for sharing!! You sure have been busy lately!! crafty_linda_b

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    Beautiful, thoughtful gifts. Lucky people

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    Beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1234Irene
    How pretty. I'm not Jewish, but I sure like these. Can I ask what pattern you used?, and perhaps copy you? :)
    it's the spider web pattern, prob a tute for it, but i don't know how to get it for you, maybe someone here can help.

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    this looks like it might be it....

    http://www.ludlowquiltandsew.co.uk/S...lt_Patter.html

    or at least it will point you in the right direction (this is actually for blocks that fit together to make the spiderweb quilt)

    looks like the spider web done in the OP would be done via strip piecing and cutting into triangles
    (sheesh I almost sound like I know what I am talking about LOL)

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