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Thread: Anyone know what this pattern is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NanaCsews2 View Post
    Ula Lenz's site http://www.lenzula.de/en/ states that her site has changed on Feb 1st, and that her hearts and stars patterns will be posted shortly. Hopefully she will post this Foldstar pattern. She was highlighted in an article in Quilters World magazine Aug 2007 that you can find here: http://www.lenzula.de/en/press.html. If you wish, you can click on the bottom right corner of each of the pages to magnify them and read the article.
    Is the Foldstar pattern a combination of the first star I posted with other blocks? Or is Foldstar what she calls the block? I've got the star in EQ (Blockbase) as New Star from Aunt Kate's, dated 1964. Is there a picture of the hearts and star pattern you referred to? I'd love to see other combinations with this block. It's so versatile, and adding one or two more lines changes the whole look.

    Thanks for the info!

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    WOW I really like it. I would definitely take advantage of LyndaOH's generous offer. Good luck.

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    This star is very similar to the one at Missouri Star Quilting. Jenny is teaching a star from an older quilt which she had purchased. It is the backdrop in several of her teachings.

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    LyndaOH, thank you very much! Isn't this board just wonderful!?

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    http://www.suesquiltshop.de/shop/ind....8bYY6fEn,FrtP


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    Quote Originally Posted by LyndaOH View Post
    I have this (or very similar) in EQ. If you let me know what size you want I'll make a PDF for you.
    I've never done paper piecing, but this looks like a good place to start. Thanks Lynda
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    Quote Originally Posted by lauriejo View Post
    I've never done paper piecing, but this looks like a good place to start. Thanks Lynda
    Check out Carol Doak's on YouTube. She is great for paper piecing. She has a lengthy piece there on how to paper piece. I have her DVD and the YouTube version is almost the same one. Very informative and lots of great tips.
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