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Thread: Spicy Spiral Table Runner - my version

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    I was inspired by several quilters on the board who had made this pattern, so I ordered it, started it on Tuesday and finished it on Wednesday. I used scraps that I had from other projects because I wasn't at all sure the I would figure the pattern out, but I really like the way it turned out. Some of the fabric was left from a memorial quilt that I made for friends who lost their son in a traffic accident in March, so I think they need the table runner as well. We are going to be with them on Sunday as they host a balloon launch and dedication of his tombstone on his grave.
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    WOW that is sharp!

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    That is really nice!!! Love the colors. Cant beleave it went together so quick, you really did a good job. Guess I will have to order the pattern and try it...

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    Too cool...just love it! Yes, they would appreciate that topper I'm sure! You are too kind!
    Blessings,
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    Love it!!! Am looking foward to doing one of these myself ASAP... (As soon as I find the pattern & the ruler.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebinNY
    Love it!!! Am looking foward to doing one of these myself ASAP... (As soon as I find the pattern & the ruler.)
    I used a 10 degree ruler instead of 9 degree. That makes the runner a little bigger.

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    Can you please share where you purchased the pattern, the company name of it, etc. Thanks, I'd love to make this in fall colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sew 'N Sew
    Can you please share where you purchased the pattern, the company name of it, etc. Thanks, I'd love to make this in fall colors.
    I would like to know too, i love these, and yours is very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sew 'N Sew
    Can you please share where you purchased the pattern, the company name of it, etc. Thanks, I'd love to make this in fall colors.
    I ordered it online and don't have that info anymore, but the pattern has an e-mail address for School House Quilts: [email protected]
    Hope this helps.
    Also you might search for "Spicy Spiral" on the quiltingboard. One of those posts had the info that I used to order the pattern and the ruler.

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    I think that family will love this! Beautiful!

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    WOW! Great colors and it beautiful!

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    I love it!!

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    That is so nice, I have the ruler & the pattern but have been feeling intimidated by it, guess I better give it a try!

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    Very nice!!

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    That is just beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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    So pretty. Love the colors.

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    This is great. What do you think was the hardest part of making it.

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    That is striking... and it reminds me of a hot air balloon, too. Good Job :D:D:D

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    you did a great job, thanks for sharing with us

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    Way cool and a very nice gesture giving it to the family.

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    here is the link to order the pattern and the ruler

    http://phillipsfiberart.danemcoweb.c...p/product/STP/

    Quote Originally Posted by DebinNY
    Love it!!! Am looking foward to doing one of these myself ASAP... (As soon as I find the pattern & the ruler.)

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    Very impressive. The colors just make it sizzle. Sad about your friends, though.

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    I checked the website, $7 postage seems high when the pattern is only $9. Is that normal in US?

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    Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ok Darla
    This is great. What do you think was the hardest part of making it.
    For me, the hardest part was trying to figure it out from reading the instructions. I'm a "hands-on" learner. That's why I started with scraps from my stash so I could pitch it if it didn't turn out right. Once I got the hang of it, it wasn't hard at all. The instructions were very good. I never figured out the string piecing, but just sewed on 1 piece at a time. Probably not as efficient, but easier for me to understand.

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