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Thread: The Big Star

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    The Big Star

    Missouri Star Quilt Company has a new tutorial out for a huge star and so very easy think maybe it will be the pattern I use for my black and white prints and a grey backgrown color ...

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    I watched the video and it sure is a great looking quilt.
    Happy Quilting.

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    Cool, will have to go look.
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    A url would be nice, I went there and couldn't find it.
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    Thanks Valerie Scherr for the link. That is a great looking quilt. I wish they would give written instructions we could print. Hard to remember it all. I love Jenny's tutorials.
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    Jingle...I so agree! I'm hearing impaired so get very little info verbally and I'd love a hard copy in print. I've tried the closed caption option but I know what comes up then cannot be what is being said and still don't have any print copy to refer to. Does anyone know if transcritions are available somewhere?
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    Have any idea of approx. yardage?
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    It's pretty, looks easy, but not crazy about the method she uses for the HST's (even though it's the quickest). This method leaves all 4 outside edges of the HST on the bias.
    May your stitches always be straight, your seams always lie flat, and your grain never be biased against you.

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    What a nice simple pattern. Each block takes light dark and background. 2 squares of each. I think I will use the 10" squares. I bookmarked the video. Good stash buster

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