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Thread: other table toppers

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    Senior Member igorsews's Avatar
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    other table toppers

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    Very nice! You have been busy!!

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    Your toppers are very nice. Do you have a tutorial or directions on how they were made? I find them very intriguing.
    Murphy1
    For our wonderful Golden Retriever adopted in March of 2010.

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    All are just lovely, great job, and thanks for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    Very pretty! Love your colors.

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    Those are really pretty!

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    I have a fairly large " area" (one side is padded with an inch grid, the other side is a cutting board). I pinned a one- sided fusible interfacing fusible side up. Then I pinned the coordinated ribbon on the long side (just one side). Start the weaving from the other left side of the pinned ribbons. Anchor, position the ribbon at both ends. Continue, making sure your weaving is "tight". When completed, using a ironing cloth, set the ribbon/interfacing with the iron. CAREFULLY, lift off board, straight stitch around the four sides. Use batting, a fabric backing, and the fused ribbon (traditional sandwich) and bind.

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    Very nice. You have been busy having fun!
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    Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful!!!

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    Yeah! I didn't get to see the others; glad you managed the download.
    Blue and plaid is currently residing on a living room table - waiting to move to the family room when the "occupation" is over! It's beautiful!

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