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21 September 2012

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Roseann

Yes ... nothing better than fake binding! What we told people at the fair is that if they cut their squares and fabric for the triangle against the 9" piece of the fabric, they'd be able to get to tops and one finished project. There wasn't enough fabric in the kit to get the binding and backing for the second one so you needed to add that yourself. I'm glad you enjoyed making them ... I intended them to be quick holiday gifts.

Linda Carhill

Did you use the faux binding on the octagons? My DD-I-L went to the MN State Fair and brought me home a Halloween Mat to work on. I wasn't able to make 2 mats as she said "the man" told her to tell me (maker error) but I loved the faux binding idea and had great fun making the mat!I did make a second one with different fabric for the triangles. Neat!

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