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Thread: Star Struck Quilt

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    Super Member sewingsuz's Avatar
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    Star Struck Quilt

    Has anyone made this quilt? Did you enjoy the process? I am having a hard time with it. It seems boring to me. Cannot get my interest in it going like others.
    Suzanne
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    I just googled it. Whew! Looks overwhelming to me.

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    Holy buckets of rainbows! That does look overwhelming!

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    I got bored with it pretty quick and stopped at a child sized quilt. They look great, but not that challenging. I love seeing how different they can be in different colors.
    I have chosen to be happy because it is good for my health - Voltaire

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    I love Bonnie's quilts! If you're bored with it, try making it a leader/ender project while working on something you love

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    That's a good idea. The blocks really do make a nice quilt.
    I have chosen to be happy because it is good for my health - Voltaire

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    Overwhelming, but really pretty!!!

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    I can see how the sewing would become boring, but perhaps if done with scraps it would be less so?

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    I just finished putting on borders for this quilt yesterday! Mine is a the larger size. I took the class from her last March in Little Rock. I also took a class on My Blue Heaven which is half finished. It was my first time to use the rulers and it took some time and was frustrating until I figured them out. She now has a video on using the rulers. It does take time especially if you are working on other projects. I taught her Mystery quilt Christmas Lights as a Christmas project
    At theLQs and it was a lot of fun. I'm currently doing this years Mystery quilt Easy Street. Just put it back when you get frustrated and pull it out later. I love her quilts but they do take time.

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