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Thread: Maded in Class

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    wow that is really good
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    I have that pattern but have not tried it yet. I love your fabric choices. Great job.
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    It's very pretty. How does your pattern finish the edges?

    To all who are hesitant, I don't know about that designer, but Phillips Fiber Art sells a ruler and pattern that goes together very easily. http://phillipsfiberart.danemcoweb.c...p/product/STP/

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    Those spiral runners look so effective.

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    Yes, this is the pattern I used.




    Quote Originally Posted by irishrose View Post
    It's very pretty. How does your pattern finish the edges?

    To all who are hesitant, I don't know about that designer, but Phillips Fiber Art sells a ruler and pattern that goes together very easily. http://phillipsfiberart.danemcoweb.c...p/product/STP/

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    It is put together where it is turned inside out. No boaders.




    QUOTE=irishrose;5625699]It's very pretty. How does your pattern finish the edges?

    To all who are hesitant, I don't know about that designer, but Phillips Fiber Art sells a ruler and pattern that goes together very easily. http://phillipsfiberart.danemcoweb.c...p/product/STP/[/QUOTE]

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    I just completed one (I put binding on it). The narrow ends are a challenge to bind. I am in the process of finishing a second. I will not be putting binding on it. I will post pics when they are both complete.

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    Great job. Love the color combinations. Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gayle's Quilts View Post
    I have always wanted to do this, so I toke a class, and it was a lot easier to do in a class than by yourself.
    Ready to make another one now!!!
    I bought this pattern and just loved it! I read, re-read it many times and for the life of me, could not figure it out. Then there was an LQS that offered a class and I took it! The pattern then made sense to me and I am now able to make them. If you have the pattern, be sure to sign up for a class as it really helps!

    I didn't use batting in mine as I thought it ruined the points. I just put a backing on it, left an opening, and then turned it right-side out. The teacher used batting and I just didn't like the look of that. Maybe if you want it to be more stable you could use an interfacing.
    Last edited by Linda - K.; 11-01-2012 at 07:02 AM.
    She who dies with the most fabric didn't sew fast enough!

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    Very pretty. I want to do one in Christmas colors!

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    beautiful... make another one quickly so you dont forget.. that is always my problem i tend to forget...lol.. old age i think...

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    Beautiful. I love your colors. I have the ruler & pattern and will make it after Christmas.
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    That came out nice, can't wait to do mine

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    Very nice. Great colors.

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    Awesome!! Great job!
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    very nice love the colors!!!
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    Wow! Great job!

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    wow, amazing!

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    Great job! It is very pretty. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice, love the colors you used.

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