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Thread: Star Spin that I learned from Roolan's Tute

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    Excellent Job
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    Fantastic!!

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    Wow I really like how each section is a set of different fabrics. I have made three of these and I really like your more scrappy approach. I will have to make one. Thanks for sharing.
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    Great Analogy.....fanned out greeting cards. I agree and think it is ver nice looking. Job well done!

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    wow,,,it looks like Greeting cards all fanned out...how happy is that?
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    Awesome colors an just a great star. Guess I am going to have to break down and make one.thanks for sharing. joyce j

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    Love that pattern and your work is very stunning!

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    Dolly it is nice to know this can be done without purchasing all the fancy rulers and such.
    I have had it on my to do list for some time now. I will move it higher up on my list. Especically since I have my fabrics waiting.

    I do not know about anyone else but I do not enjoy getting into a new project and have to purchase a bazillion things to get it done. Good quality threads and fabric prices are getting way too high for this gal.
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    wow it looks fantastic

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    nice job..I like it.
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    Very nice...I will check out the Tutorial now!
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    Beautiful table topper and I absolutely love your material choices. Kelela

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    Very very pretty!
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    Very pretty choice of colors. It looks wonderful to me.

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    Wow! You did a great job. Your Star Spin is beautiful. Love it.
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    I really like the fabrics you selected! Nice work.

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    Beautiful work. I love the fabric and colors you seleted.
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    Love it I was too hung up on progressive colors I like the way that you did yours kind of a scrappy look which I love and fits in with my anything goes home !

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    It's gorgeous!
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    Stunning. I love the fact that you used so many different fabrics. Good job.
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