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Thread: Spicy Spiral Done

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    Super Member peaceandjoy's Avatar
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    Well, more or less done. I could still quilt it; right now it's just top-stitched real close to the edge. Pattern suggests you quilt it w/ stitch in the ditch or free-motion. I've done neither (yet) as it is going w/ me to guild tonight!

    First, pics of top finished, showing "stepped" edges, then finished product. Pattern calls for layering, sewing edge & flipping right side out. I'm not a huge fan of that look, and went back and forth with whether I wanted to bind it or not... But with the two sides being such different color, couldn't decide what I'd bind it in - a brown? Rusty red? Or just flip? So I just flipped it & top stitched.

    I do love this pattern, it's really quite easy. If you saw my last project, you'll understand why I so appreciated having nothing to match up. Sew strips, cut wedges (the hardest part, really), sew together. Voila!
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    Love, Love, Love it. Can't wait til my pattern gets here!

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    Very nice and I like your fabrics.

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    Very pretty. Nice fabric selection.

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    Lovely!!!!

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    Very nice!!

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    How very, very cool! The 'NEW BOW TUCK" pattern!! ;)

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    So pretty, and I love those rich reds and browns together.

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    Love it. I've made several now, and I agree, it's such an easy pattern, once you do the first one. I really like how there is contrast between your colors. It makes the spiral effect so vivid.... Very nice

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    Stunning!! You did a beautiful job on this!! Love your fabric choices :D:D:D

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    Very nice. Your choice and colors make this runner just pop out. Am I correct in that there is no binding !

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    great job :thumbup:

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    It's beautiful!

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    What is the name of your quilt pattern? I love it, Thanks in advance for the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grama Lehr
    How very, very cool! The 'NEW BOW TUCK" pattern!! ;)
    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: I agree, the Bow tucks were very popular and now this is getting ot be popular also. I posted mine when I first joined this board. I got a lot of private messages about the pattern and ruler... Sooo you'll need the pattern and the 9 degree ruler and 8 fat quarters ranging from darks to lights or you can use regular fabrics. Just make sure your stradas sets are 22" long. I bought mine from www.callalilyquiltshops.biz you can get the pattern and ruler there. Huggies, Fay

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    Very nice, i love your colors

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    Wow I am breathless. Love it

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    Make sure you get the long ruler not the 14" they sent me by mistake. My pattern never stated what size ruler just 9 degrees. It has the be 21-22" inches long because your first cut is 21.5. Now I am trying to add on to the 14" to make it work because they won't take it back. Fun Fun Fun..

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    Awesome!

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    How cool!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobo2000
    Make sure you get the long ruler not the 14" they sent me by mistake. My pattern never stated what size ruler just 9 degrees. It has the be 21-22" inches long because your first cut is 21.5. Now I am trying to add on to the 14" to make it work because they won't take it back. Fun Fun Fun..
    Sorry I should have mentioned that. Yes it needs to be looonnnggg one not 14" long. I tihnk the 9 degree ruler is 25" long and wide at one end and narrow at the other end like a huge dresden plate ruler. good luck every one. Huggies, Fay :oops: :oops:

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    love the table runner

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    OHHHHHH! I love this one too! Yours is just stunning with the fabrics you chose. Beautiful! I ordered the pattern & Ruler from Callalily Quilt Shop also this weekend. Cannot wait until it gets here! Thank You for sharing. I also see this as the next most popular thing to make. Have seen sev.on diff. sites.

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    Absolutely beautiful. I love your color selection!!!

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    This is awesome !!

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