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Thread: Spicey spiral and other table toppers

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    Super Member spartan quilter's Avatar
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    Spicey spiral and other table toppers

    I recently learned how to make the spicey spiral, thus using a ruler that I had bought almost a year ago. I also had the 60 degree ruler, for over 2 years, and learned how to make runners with that ruler, and here are the results. I am showing them to my 3 daughters over Easter and taking orders from them, if they want some.
    This first photo is the runners & mats showing the front sides.
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    The second photo shows the reverse sides, thus making them useable for a longer period of time.
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    I wasn't sure how to quilt the spiral, but I just followed the lines going across the unit, which looks good from the back side. For the 60 degrees units, I just used the pattern of the material and did stitch in the ditch. Thanks for looking and all the good advice that I receive from all of you on this board. Great bunch of people.
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    They look great. I love it when we can see even the small items we quilt...
    It's also very helpful when dementions are given along with the true name...
    Again they look great and hope you get alot of orders,

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    They are wonderful!!!!!

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    Very nice toppers, I made one spiral topper, with help from a friend, seemed difficult for me to grasp..haha
    may try another one, as they are very attractive....
    Nancy

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    Very nice toppers, I need some but have other things ahead of them.
    Another Phyllis
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    nicely done
    Nancy in western NY

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    great job, I love making the spiral

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    Great job!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    wow you have been busy

    nice

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    Great job. I would like to learn the spiral. Looks challenging.
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