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Thread: If you are the maker of this quilt

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    Great looking quilt!

    ok, come out, come out, whoever you are that made this pretty!

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    I'm not the maker but isn't this a variation of the Morning Star?
    The sashing is same width as the squares. Very nice.

    http://www.quilterscache.com/M/MorningStarQuilt.html

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    It's a great pattern and very adaptable to many variations.

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    I too think it is a nine patch but the points for the geese what size would you make the squares to make the points

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    I have a charm pack I didn't know what to do with, this is perfect!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by janedennis
    I too think it is a nine patch but the points for the geese what size would you make the squares to make the points
    It looks like a charm pack, which is 5 inch squares. Add white 5 inch squares for the star centers, and then sew 2 1/2 inch squares on two sides of adjacent squares, right sides together. Sew with a diagonal seam. Fold back the white square & trim the back.

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    http://www.straw.com/equilters/libra...sewinghow.html

    Here is square in a square block directions you could use this and just do the 2 sides

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaigai
    Quote Originally Posted by janedennis
    I too think it is a nine patch but the points for the geese what size would you make the squares to make the points
    It looks like a charm pack, which is 5 inch squares. Add white 5 inch squares for the star centers, and then sew 2 1/2 inch squares on two sides of adjacent squares, right sides together. Sew with a diagonal seam. Fold back the white square & trim the back.
    This is actually mine. I just used charm packs and sewed 2 3/4inches squares on the corners. If you use 2 1/2 squares the points match up. If you zoom in you'll see that my first star blocks are off at the points. There wasn't a pattern. I seen a charm pack quilt on the board that kwhite did and just copied.

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    It looks similar to a table runner I made with a pattern called LITTLE CHARMERS 2. I hope this helps!

    Little Charmers 2
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    That pattern is called Hidden Stars and is in the book Layer Cake, Jelly Roll, and Charm Quilts by Pam and Nicky Lintott.

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