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Thread: four point star quilt block

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    I am looking for a four point star block where the star is up right and not turned sideways or twisted. Anyone out there know of such a devil? :roll:

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    A friendship star :D:D:D

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    was trying to attach a link but it didn't work :cry:

    friendship star
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    where did you find this pattern at online, thanks for the link!

    Quote Originally Posted by sharon b
    was trying to attach a link but it didn't work :cry:

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    Quilter's Cache, Quilt Blocks Galore has the Friendship Star pattern. Here's the link.

    http://www.quilterscache.com/F/FriendshipStarBlock.html

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    this is from 2010......

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    Quilter's cache also has double star. There is another I really like, but I don't find it there. It is also based on a 9 patch with 4 peaky/spike units. ( draw a square. mark the centerpoint on the upper edge. Draw lines to that from the 2 lower corners.) there are specialized rulers for this, but you can make this PP pattern on your own.

    another way to think about it is to take the friendship star and drag the star points to the outer center of their squares.

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    You may be looking for Arkansas Snowflake, which is on Quilters Cache. It can be simplified by joining the 4 center parts into one square.

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