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Thread: looking for table topper pattern

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    looking for table topper pattern

    Been trying to find picture of table topper, it was a hexagon shape with a teapot embroidered in the middle.
    Not sure if it was on this board or not. If this one can't be found, anyone have a pattern for a quick hex shaped topper? Thanks for your help.

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    do a search on the Quilting Board and see if the one you are looking for comes up. This tut is for a quick and easy one http://lovelaughquilt.blogspot.com/2...y-hexagon.html Hope this helps

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    I like it, thanks for sharing.
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    Last edited by ranger; 12-11-2012 at 09:59 AM.
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    i love this one!!!
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    Get idea - and quick. Another use for that sixty degree ruler. Thanks!

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    I think this is definitely worth a try! I was looking for a quick gift idea. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erstan947 View Post
    do a search on the Quilting Board and see if the one you are looking for comes up. This tut is for a quick and easy one http://lovelaughquilt.blogspot.com/2...y-hexagon.html Hope this helps
    Thanks for sharing this. It is really cute.

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    This is darling! Thank you for sharing.

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    Thanks for the link...

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    Thanks; that is really cute and I am going to try it. I'm almost finished with the one I finally decided on; had to wing
    it a bit, but I think it's turning out okay. Will post a picture when I get the binding on (now that will be a challenge for
    me since I have never put binding on an odd shaped quilt).

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    Quote Originally Posted by sash View Post
    Thanks; that is really cute and I am going to try it. I'm almost finished with the one I finally decided on; had to wing
    it a bit, but I think it's turning out okay. Will post a picture when I get the binding on (now that will be a challenge for
    me since I have never put binding on an odd shaped quilt).
    I don't do binding on them, I put backing and top together right sides together, stitch, leave small area open to turn right side out them stitch close to the edge which will look like you put binding on it. Can't remember what that technique is called???
    quilting with my dogs

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    Thanks for the link! That looks super easy and so nice when finished!

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    Pretty; would be great for a Secret Sister gift.

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    Thanks for sharing, this tut has gone into my quilting folder.

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