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Thread: 2 of my spiral tablerunners

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    Super Member Susy's Avatar
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    I have made 2 runners but I think every other one that I have seen is nicer because they put the light colours in the middle and I went dark to light. I am going to try another one, they really are quite easy to I make, its just the fabric picking thing (maybe that's why I keep doing the one block wonder)
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    beautiful, did you use a special ruler?

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    Nice. Picking eight colors is the hard part.

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    I like the way you did yours. Did you use the 9 degree or the 10 degree ruler? I am still trying to find the 9 degree because I want a smaller spiral. Good job. Glad to hear it is fun and easy.

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    Never seen these before..WOW Looks like work, Pretty!!!

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    Nice!

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    Very nice :thumbup:

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    Yours turned out just beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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    Very pretty!

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    Beautiful!

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    I love these, I need to get the pattern

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    Those are so cool. I have to get with the program and get one made!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snorky Lvs2Quilt
    I like the way you did yours. Did you use the 9 degree or the 10 degree ruler? I am still trying to find the 9 degree because I want a smaller spiral. Good job. Glad to hear it is fun and easy.
    I used the 10 degree because that I what I have and the 9 degree are 40.00 here, yikes! I would like to make a smaller one but that is too much for me to pay.

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    They are very pretty!

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    Awesome!! I love them.

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    Very nice.

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    Your runners are sew nice!

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    Even with the 10 Degree, you cut the measurements of the 9 degree for those that wonder. It uses the same number system. You can even do a little math and go smaller yet and use the same ruler.

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    Susy, I think your runners looks very nice. You did a great job.

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    By the way, I think your runners are pretty. You did a good job.

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    Very nice!

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    Beautiful runners!! I love your floor tile too!

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    Nice! I know what you mean about picking the colors. I am doing a spiral tree skirt with the 10 degree wedge ruler and I agonized over the colors for weeks! Now that I've started sewing, it's not that hard!

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    wow on the cost. guess I'll be saving my pennies for a while. Great job on the spirals though. Thanks for the info.

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    Oh so very nice, I wish I had the pattern for that.

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