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Star and Flowers


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Since we are only using hexagons, you can make this table topper in many sizes. It all depends on what size hexagon paper piece you use ( To make this project, you will need about 370 paper piece hexagons. Fabric requirements shown are for the 1" hexagon. This project can also be made with Inklingo ( ***** IMPORTANT ***** As of January 1, 2015 I am not able to sell my patterns to the following EU countries because of the VAT law: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the UK. *********************** BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY This is an English Paper Piecing (EPP) project. For more information about EPP visit SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 53-1/4" from corner to opposite corner (1" hexagon)

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Cindy Mccoy is the CEO of The Quilt Pattern Magazine, an online publication filled with patterns, workshops, BOMs, mysteries, Pattern Pastiche (an online group for quilters), and more. Cindy, known to many as MsDesigns, discovered the world of quilting in 1993. She created the company CD Designs for the purpose of selling her own appliqué patterns. In 1997, she fell in love with English Paper Piecing. Her first finished project was a gift to her mother - a king-sized Grandmother’s Flower Garden quilt. Cindy traveled around the USA doing quilt shows as a vendor. She also taught Freezer Paper Appliqué and English Paper Piecing at the shows. After about 5 years of traveling, Cindy moved her company to the Internet. As an experienced, professional web designer, she has created all of her web sites. Now, she concentrates on continuing to make The Quilt Pattern Magazine as "awesome" as her subscribers describe it.