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Thread: Can someone tell me the name of this block? Thank you!

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    Senior Member PghPat's Avatar
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    Thank you Carol and Paper Princess.. The links were just what I was looking for - now I've got not only a name but a great tutorial.
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    Love the tutorials! I have several pieces of old fabric that I plan on cutting into 10" squares...What a quick, fun way to use them up!
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    I think "starflower" is probably correct but my first thought was "lemoyne star". What it comes down to is that these blocks change their name as time goes by. Look how many names churn dash has. I googled star flower and got many hits on this block with that name and then tried lemoyne star and got the same thing. So there you go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PghPat View Post
    This beautiful block was Attachment 404497made by a quilting friend but she doesn't know the name of it. Can someone help? Thank you!
    Missouri Quilts on YouTube has a demo called the big star quilt. She demos in a 10 inch and 5 inch. VERY easy the way she does it.
    Syl

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    Wonderful pattern. Thanks for sharing. I had missed the blog of the star block.
    Carolyn

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    Lemoyne Star is made with 45* diamonds. This, Carpenter's star, is easier to make and I like it just as well.

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