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Thread: Tabletoppers

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    Nice job.

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    They look "PERFECT" to me!! :thumbup: All of your fabric's are so pretty & the topper's are really nice. Thank you for sharing.
    :D :D :D :D

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    They are very pretty. Nice fabric.

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    I just finished one that refuses to be "flat" as well...but it has batting
    I have discovered that flannel sheets work the best as "batting"--and even better if starched lightly before sewing them into the runner

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    I just can not get the second strip right, have no idea what I am doing wrong.......Michele Nice job 1!!!!!

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    These are very pretty and festive. Good job.

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    Nice job. I hope to make an octagon table topper before Christmas.

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    Great job! You've been busy! :)

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    HOW PRETTY!

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    It took me a while to figure that out too. You have to sew the strips every other one, then it works out. Sew them one corner to the next.

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