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Another Trivet for Mum

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10 inch Trivet Front

Created in this Craftsy Workshop

Lemoyne Star Quilted Trivet taught by Yahaira Ferriera

Interested in learning to quilt? Been wanting to try a Lemoyne star quilt block, but feeling intimidated by y-seams or hand stitching? Or, maybe you just need a fabulous hand-made housewarming ...

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Pam NZ on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? 100% cotton - same fabric as Mothers Day Trivet

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What are you most proud of? This time I got the binding finish right and I downsized the pattern to 10" I found alternative instructions for finishing the binding in the same way as done in this workshop, and this time I got it right, yay! These instructions made it so easy... no more hair pulling for me ;-) http://ankastreasures.wordpress.com/2008/08/13/binding-tips/ 10" Trivet Cut rectangles 5 1/2" X 3" Cut squares 3" Cut binding 2 1/4"

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Enroll for this workshop today! :-)

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I love your color choices!

06/27/2012 Flag

Hi Pam. I had to check out your work! Love this trivet - particularly your choices of colors. Love the contrast.

07/12/2012 Flag

Love your trivets. Your quilting looks so good.

10/29/2012 Flag

Thank you!

10/29/2012 Flag

Another wonderful Trivet... I think i will have to enroll in this workshop soon.

10/29/2012 Flag

Thanks... hmmm yes you just might have to, then you will be addicted to this pattern too LOL!

10/29/2012 Flag

Another beauty! Pam, did you piece the lighter wedges or was that the fabric?

12/04/2012 Flag

Thanks DeGramma, yes it's just the fabric... in fact it's the same fabric as Mum's Mothers Day trivet and her coasters! Only had one small piece of this fabric, the lacy stripped pattern and colour changes were fun to work with. It has certainly made me change how I look at fabric. Just wish I had more of this one!

12/04/2012 Flag