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Thread: Star spin tutorial

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    Star spin tutorial

    I have searching the board for the star spin tut or the strata star tut, but coming up empty.
    could somebody point me in the right direction?
    thnx

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    here's one Autumn Star Spin
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    Sew Easy Strata Star tutorial on YouTube is very EASY
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    I also could not find the tutorial on QB site. But the prior message on this gave this reference http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNE3As-yctA. It is understandable, just does not give measurements, gotta buy the "Kit". If anyone has more information, I sure would appreciate it as well. Thanks.

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    Would love to know measurements and angles from the u tube video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartiMorga View Post
    I also could not find the tutorial on QB site. But the prior message on this gave this reference http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNE3As-yctA. It is understandable, just does not give measurements, gotta buy the "Kit". If anyone has more information, I sure would appreciate it as well. Thanks.
    You don't have to buy the kit. I bought just the pattern from them a while ago--of course it's on my "to do" list.
    Bernie

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    They really are easy to do. The one I did was 1 1/2" strips of 8 different fabrics. the strips are sewn into sets and cut 11 3/4" for large triangle and 7 1/2" for small triangle. Hope this info helps but I have been told there are different measurements depending on the pattern. Same design, different names. New Orleans Puzzle, Crazy Eights, Strata Star and probably others I don't know about. Hugs
    Gail in Utah

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    The link given by Woody is the best tute I've seen anywhere. Roolen is a member of QB from Russia.

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    I have made several using Roolen's site. I think she did a wonderful job walking me through the process. I still have the tape marks on my 12 1/2 inch square ruler and plan to make more. They are stunning jaw droppers.I have given them as gifts, I need to make myself one.
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    The link given by Woody is the best tute I've seen anywhere. Roolen is a member of QB from Russia.
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