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    Looking for a quilt pattern...

    Going through some older QNM (June 1999 to be exact) magazines and came across a posted pic of a quilt that I would like/hope to find.....It says ... 1904 STAR QUILT 98"x108" and apparently it was a raffle quilt by the Minnesota Quilter's. Cross fingers...I am going to attempt to post a picture
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    here is the block called 1904 star
    http://myquiltgenie.blogspot.com/201...ilt-block.html
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    This is a great block! I like it because it can be paper pieced, and that's my favorite method. Let me know if you'd like a piecing diagram and what size block you want to make. Here it is from EQ with similar coloring.
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    Pretty quilt block but it's the quilting that makes the quilt outstanding.

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    I agree, Tartan. 1904, look at those gorgeous feathers!

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    You guys are amazing!!! QuiltnNan...thanks for the link for the book this is in.....Lynda in Ohio.....If you don't mind a 12" will suffice. Can't wait to get started on this ...I absolutely love it !!!

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    Just thought of something ...so if the bigger stars are 12" ...does that make the 4 corner ones 6"?

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    Here you go. You need to print four of the second page - those are the corners. You can decide on a border size and then reduce the pattern to whatever size you like.
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    Thank You Linda !!!

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