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Thread: Round Trivet with Bias Binding

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    Thank you for this! You make it look very do-able and I am thinking that I have plllllllllllenty of time to make some of these for Christmas presents- we all need extra trivets at that time of year I think.

    Your instructions are excellent and easy to follow- thanks for taking the time to share.
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    What a beautiful trivet. Thanks for the tutorial.
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    thanks for the tutorial
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    Thank you for the tutorial. I actually can understnd it and feel confident enough
    to try it. Thank you so much.
    Denise finally in Manchester NH

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    Thank you sew much for this tute!
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    That is an absolute fantastic tut!!! I know these tuts take lot of time and effort and I cannot thank you enough for doing that for us. Thank you! Wendy

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    awesome tute! thank you much! this will definitely come in handy!
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    Oh my gosh if only i knew this binding technique when i make my coasters - EXCELLENT technique - i will sure be using this in future. I cannot wait to get home and try it.

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