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Thread: Fixing a Lone Star Gone Wrong

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    Super Member jillaine's Avatar
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    Update: cut out pieces of remaining fabric for a border; pieces cut with dresden template; will alternate colors remaining (don't have enough of any two colors to go all the way around).

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    Quote Originally Posted by suezquilts
    Before you sew the diamonds together it is best to square up them. My girlfriend made me a template for this.
    then you can sew them together.
    I have made several of these. Squaring up keeps the bump in the middle away.
    What size template did she make? Could you use a regular ruler to square them up? So when I have my 2 halves ready to be sewn together I should sew from the inside out? I have been reading everyone's ideas on here. Looking for more clarity. Thanks for any feedback.

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    Very pretty, awesome work too.

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