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Thread: Star Spin table topper or Cards as a Fan

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    What a great site. Thank you very much

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    Thanks for all comments! :)

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    Thank you very much for showing that. The pictures really help explain it and the google translator was very useful.

    Great job on it - I love the colors.

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    Great work

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    Very pretty!

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    Love it, was it hard to do the binding. ? Looks like it might be to hard for me

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    Beautiful tut....for those asking, there is a place on roolen's page that will translate it into English. Now I have to go back and look at the rest of the tut. Thanks Roolen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Missysgottohelp
    Wonderul topper. You need to do a tute in english for us. LOL
    At the top when you go to her site my computer asks if I want to convert to english with yes/no buttons. I am using google chrome.

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    Beautiful!!!

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    Very Beautiful !
    Amazing fabric combination.

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    beautiful! the colors really pop! The translator is really handy!

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    Beautiful work!

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    Very nice.

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    oh my goodness, I love it!!

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    roolen, thanks so much for your tutorial!! I translated it into English :D
    Wonderful!!!

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    I agree - your blog is now bookmarked :)

    Quote Originally Posted by susiequilt
    That's lovely.
    You have a very nice blog also.

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    Very pretty! I like that....I bought a pattern in the amish country for a star spin topper. I have never tried it.

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    So far that is my favorite star topper I've seen.
    You did a great job on it!

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    That is the most awesome topper. It is so clean and neat. I will not let my husband see it because he would want to know why I am not that good.+

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    Beautiful, I love the colors.

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    That is sooo nice. Love it.

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    Very stunning project. Love the colors.

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    Translated and bookmarked. Thank you!

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    Your table topper is beautiful. I love your colors. I have just purchased this pattern and I can't wait to try it out. I think I will do a table topper and if that goes well, I may do the large quilt .
    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feffertim
    Love it, was it hard to do the binding. ? Looks like it might be to hard for me
    I used piping - a folded strip of white fabric between the edge of the top and the binding... Also inside corners are quite difficult for binding... But a little extra time up is a much nicer miter in the end...

    :thumbup:

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