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Thread: Starburst made with a "mini-wedge' ruler

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    Starburst made with a "mini-wedge' ruler

    I have had this packet of mini-wedge rulers for several years. I finally used the smallest one for the first time today.
    I am going to do another one similar but with a brownish center and orange/yellow for the wedges (for a sunflower.
    Anyway, this is the results. I put tape over the feeddogs to do that little bit of free motion quilting in the center (not very well done).
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    God Bless,
    Rachel

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    I got the wedge rulers about a month ago, and this is one of my goals to do something like yours. It is just beautiful. Great job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spartan quilter View Post
    I got the wedge rulers about a month ago, and this is one of my goals to do something like yours. It is just beautiful. Great job.
    Thanks--it went together quicker than I expected. Wasn't at all hard to do.
    God Bless,
    Rachel

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    Beautiful job.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    It's beautiful, the colors are so rich and warm-looking.
    (I know you didn't ask but IMHO, if you aren't happy with the center, add a bit more meandering.)

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    Beautiful, great job!

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    Great job!
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    looks great!!!!
    Nancy in western NY

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    Great work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenheron View Post
    It's beautiful, the colors are so rich and warm-looking.
    (I know you didn't ask but IMHO, if you aren't happy with the center, add a bit more meandering.)
    I think I will when I get back Home and have a machine I can FMQ on a little easier. My makeshift way of doing it on my featherweight left a lot to be desired! I finished a second one but am waiting to do the center on it until I get home, too.
    God Bless,
    Rachel

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