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Thread: Folded Star Somerset patchwork tutorial

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    Thanks for the info! I am not sure if I will be able to do this.

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    I have made this block and it is beautiful, but, It makes a HEAVY quilt. I did altn. blocks, one blank and one star. Still it is to heavy for use. A queen size to.

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    Wow!

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    I loved the star. I looked at the one site and it showed what I thought an easy method. Unfortunally it was in a different language. Although I think with some effect I could do it. I am planning on trying your method. Thanks so much for sharing.

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    Many thanks for sharing, I always wondered how it is been done,

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    Thanks. Great looking quilt. Maybe a table runner if it is that heavy.

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    I found one on the internet that I really liked. It was a folded star pot holder. I used it to make a Christmas (Winter snow covered trees with ornaments on them and packages) table topper and an "Univ of Alabama" table topper. It takes a little time, but they turn out real good. I know the pictures look like the edges are crooked but it is just the way I placed the topper. I made one that was crooked, so I measured these before I put the binding on to make sure. LOL

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    Christmas Table Topper
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    Thank you, these are so pretty.

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    When I did these 15 years ago we called them "Radiant Stars"

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