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Thread: Christmas Tablecloth :)

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    It looks great!!
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    Very nicely done-so pretty for Christmas.
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    Love it, great idea. I have not tackled a circle quilt top yet. Maybe next year.

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    Great job! It's a wonderful gift for your mom. You are blessed to have to her share your skills with.

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    great tablecloth... sure to catch the eye of all around

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    love the round quilts, and this one is really neat. Thanks for sharing.

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    Really nice. I'm impressed with your math as well. Maybe I'll have DH make me a template--he's the math wizard in our family Donna

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    That is so cool! Love it!

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    That is so festive.....Just lovely...

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    Awesome!!!!!!!

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    That turned out great.

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    Terrific!!! What a beautiful tablecloth. A great gift, for sure. Thanks for sharing.

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    How pretty! Love the polka dots too!
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    That is just great!

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    Fabulous job! Thank you for sharing this project. I especially appreciated the fact that you made your wedge ruler out of foam board! I'm tempted to try this myself, but couldn't imagine buying a 25" wedge ruler and only using it for one project...
    Wishing you & your lucky Mom the Merriest of Christmases!

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    Wonderfully creative quilt.

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    That is beautiful!! Great job. Thanks for showing us.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I love it! I have made my own ruler out of stiff cardboard for a project one time. Good job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbrownowl View Post
    Well done you! This looks fantastic - I love the colour combinations you have used. What a wonderful birthday present for your mum!

    Well done, too, for using your initiative and making your own ruler!
    I agree - well done and love the idea of how you made your ruler. So many times a pattern calls for a specialty ruler and you never use it again.

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    A top notch table topper!
    Wonderful pattern. Good job creating your own formula to suit your needs!
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    this is beautiful beyond words!!

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    Really very pretty!
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    Darlene

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    Wow, that is awesome !!
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    I love your tabletopper! I have just started my first round one and it's proving to be a challenge even with a 10 degree ruler. I can't imagine doing it without one!

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    You did a great job! This is really fun. I know your mother was thrilled!

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