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Thread: Round Trivet with Bias Binding

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    Round Trivet with Bias Binding

    Here's the tute I promised about how to make my round trivets/hotpads. I've included a LOT of pictures, so I put it all in a PDF file for you. It's has start-to-finish intructions, and includes detailed instructions on how I join the bias binding on these as well as some info on quilting them.

    Open the TrivetTute.pdf at the end of this post to see the complete tutorial.

    Hope you enjoy the tute!

    Please PM me if you have questions.
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    Beautiful, wonderful job. I love the fabric.

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    Thanks! You make it look so easy.
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    This is great. Thanks for the PDF, too.!
    She who dies with the most fabric, didn't sew fast enough!

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    thank you so much for a great tutorial--i truly appreciate the time you took to explain everything so thoroughly...and i intend to try these out soon!

    betsey

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    thank you ever so much! these are amazing!

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    Great timing, Wendy!
    I'm sure I can use some of your tips to finish the round mug rugs for the board swap!
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    Thank you for the tutorial and having it so conveniently formatted for PDF. Also...thank you for notifying me of your having uploaded this. Very nicely done. Pictures help so much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dixie_fried View Post
    Great timing, Wendy!
    I'm sure I can use some of your tips to finish the round mug rugs for the board swap!
    Super idea for applying this technique!

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    Thank you SO much, great tutorial!

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    Thanks for the wonderful tute. Love the clear instructions and pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dixie_fried View Post
    Great timing, Wendy!
    I'm sure I can use some of your tips to finish the round mug rugs for the board swap!
    Great idea!!!
    Wendy

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    I'm on this! Your tut is well done. Have anymore to share?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hezzy View Post
    Thank you for the tutorial and having it so conveniently formatted for PDF. Also...thank you for notifying me of your having uploaded this. Very nicely done. Pictures help so much!
    Ditto! Thank you for doing such an amazing job!
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    Thank you so much for sharing!!!!!! I can not wait to make some!

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    Nicely done!!
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    Thanks so much for the tutorial. The trivet is so pretty and I especially like the quilt motif you used. Kelela

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    Excellent tute. Thank you.

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    Thank you for an excellent tutorial. I learned a few things to add to my binding on quilts (gluing the first few inches and also slipstitching the prepared end to the working end of the binding). That makes it even more finished.

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    thanks these will be fun to work on between bigger projects

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    Thank you for this! You make it look very do-able and I am thinking that I have plllllllllllenty of time to make some of these for Christmas presents- we all need extra trivets at that time of year I think.

    Your instructions are excellent and easy to follow- thanks for taking the time to share.
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    What a beautiful trivet. Thanks for the tutorial.
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    thanks for the tutorial
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    Thank you for the tutorial. I actually can understnd it and feel confident enough
    to try it. Thank you so much.
    Denise finally in Manchester NH

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    Thank you sew much for this tute!
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