New Pattern: Star Stuffy!


New Pattern! I designed these very happy stars as end-of-the-school-year gold star gifts for my kiddos. They were over the moon! :wink:

This was actually the first pattern I wrote up on Ribblr instead of a text document, but I needed the photographs to publish. This pattern has both the small and large sizes. The stars are worked as two panels sewn together, or use just one panel as a coaster, ornament, etc.

I hope you enjoy making these!

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Wow! They look great!

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Awesome! How was your experience with Ribbuild?

Here’s the link btw

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Using Ribbuild is pretty nice! It’s super easy to use, though I wish I didn’t have to click “add new line” every time. It does make it incredibly simple to have a clear format, and I like that a lot.

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Awesome, thanks!

What would you have preferred?

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Thank you!

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Being able to hit enter to make a new line so there’s a smoother typing flow, but I have had instances where I wanted an extra line in a row/round instruction, so I understand the choice.

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Yes, enter wouldn’t work though I understand you want to get in the flow and avoid using a mouse when on a laptop. I’ll feed that info to the team!

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Super cute! Congrats!

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Again, love that y’all listen to feedback! And I agree, not having to click new line would be nice, but not sure how to make it without hitting the return key (unless you use shift + return ?)

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Would the down arrow key for new line be possible? I could get used to that typing flow.

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I really like this idea! :bulb:

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Arrow key is problematic as it may be used within long lines. What about TAB?

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TAB could work. Thank you for listening and working to improve the experience!

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Using TAB is a great idea!

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They are really cute!

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