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Thread: Looking for a star design

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    Super Member girliegirl's Avatar
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    I need any easy star design that i can repeat in different christmas prints for a sampler... any ideas?

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    Try quilterscache.com. They some wonderful easy star patterns.

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    how's your little helper doing? My son starts school in september! oh joy!
    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    Try quilterscache.com. They some wonderful easy starts patterns.

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    what about the Friendship star? That goes together quick and easy, and it's cute. :) Would look awesome (IMHO) in a Christmas Sampler quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by girliegirl
    how's your little helper doing? My son starts school in september! oh joy!
    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    Try quilterscache.com. They some wonderful easy star patterns.
    He is doing good. He starts preschool in August, I'm so going to enjoy the quiet time. :-)

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    http://www.dreamcastlequilts.com/?page_id=1877

    If you like paper piecing -- these are some neat stars

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    Lucky Stars by Atkinson Designs is very forgiving with points. You'll see plenty of pretty examples if you do a search here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonwork42029
    http://www.dreamcastlequilts.com/?page_id=1877

    If you like paper piecing -- these are some neat stars
    WOW, new site for me.... looks like some great patterns there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonwork42029
    http://www.dreamcastlequilts.com/?page_id=1877

    If you like paper piecing -- these are some neat stars
    Thanks for sharing the site. I'm going to give the Birthday Star a go.

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    Lucky Star is super easy. Here's one I made. I had to add sashing as I didn't have ehough of the print to make more blocks. Was just using up stash for chairty quilts.
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