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Thread: Card Trick an Easy Way - AGAIN!!

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    Thanks Jan. It's a fun pattern and your tutorial looks like an easy one to follow.
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    Jan, thanks sew much!

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    Thank you, Jan!! I have a copy of your instructions saved....want to make one of these, so your instructions are very timely for me.

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    Thank you Jan. By any chance do you have pdf file on the Strata Star Table Topper? Some one on this board said they saw it on the Missouri Quilt Co, I e-mail them and they said that they didn't have an tutorial on the Strata Star Table Topper.

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    Thank you Jan
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    Thank you!

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    Thanks Jan! Great tutorial. Card trick has been on my to-do list. This looks like a very easy version!
    Linda
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    Thank you Jan....I'm getting ready to start a CT.....your directions are super easy to follow!!!! Thank you sew very much.
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    Thanks, Jan...very easy to follow instructions. It's now on my "to make" list...Lord, that thing just keeps growing!
    Creative clutter is better than idle neatness.

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    Thank you for sharing this cannot wait to try it

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    very good tutorial
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimg View Post
    Thanks.....love to print them out and keep them for later also. I love this board!
    Yes, same here. I know my children and grandchildren will have a total laugh day when they have to clean out Mimi's treasures. They'll be saying, "What on earth was she thinking?!"

    BTW, It's been on my "list" for a very long time (ever since I watched Simply Quilts during the summer months when I was on summer vacation from school). I know I can do this one.
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    I can't wait to try this. thank you

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    Thanks for the links.

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    Just found this great tutorial for the card trick and want to thank you for it. I have had this on my todo list forever. It just may get made now. Thanks so much.
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    Thank You. The printer is busy printing this out as I type. This is something I have always loved but afraid to try. Your tutorial makes it look doable. Going to try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan in VA View Post
    The previous tutorial for this easy method did not open for so many people that I felt it should be posted again in pdf format.

    Jan in VA
    Lately I can't open attachments such as this and I was dying to view the tute. It says I don't have access permission. Anyone have any idea's how I can get around this problem?

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    Thank you so much Jan, and thanks all of you kind, generous and talented quilters who are always so willing to share your expertise with us. You are all so awesome! Thanks a bunch!

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    OOOH! Thanks so much. Now to find a picture to put with these directions so that I know what I am looking at before I decide to make it. I am excited to get started but have a line up to start and finish first!!

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    JAN,
    You are a LOVE! Always so generous and helpful. You are such a giving person and add so much to the board.
    HUGE Hugs of gratitude!
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    this is fantastic, jan. i'd done one the old fashioned way and it was so frustrating! this looks so easy
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    Thanks, Jan.
    I don't know how to do that.....YET!
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    Very thoughtful ! Thank you I printed it out

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    I wish I'd seen this tut before beginning my current quilt which a lady has asked me to make for her. The pattern is easy to follow but it's cutting out the triangles when the measurements are fiddly. Like my one has 8 and quarter and 8 and five eighths squares. If the light is poor it can be a right pest making sure measurements are exact. The lady took the fabric back from Africa already made into a bed runner by young girls using a rickety old sewing machine and with no access to manuals or the Internet for 'how to's'. I had to unpick the runner down to the pieces they'd cut so as the lady asked for the blocks to be made as if they were stacked upon each other this card pattern was the only one I came across that would be suitable. So far I've made six 22ins blocks, making them as big as the strips would allow in order to show off the bold designs on the fabrics. Your way would've been so much easier!

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    Brilliant! Your method so much more "Kelly-friendly" thank you.
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