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Thread: Lake Oswego Stars - Quilt top

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    Super Member JenniePenny's Avatar
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    Lake Oswego Stars - Quilt top

    I found this pattern in an old Quilters' Newsletter Magazine from 2004. It appealed to me for a variety of reasons; the mix of blue and green, and the Variable stars set on point. It seems like a good masculine quilt. This is a large lap size, not quite a twin. I see myself repeating this pattern whenever I have a lot of scraps in two main colorways, ex. pink and yellow for a baby quilt, purple and grey for a teen, red and blue for a patriotic look.
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    I agree. I really like it too. What size are the individual blocks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandybeach View Post
    I agree. I really like it too. What size are the individual blocks?
    Thanks- the blocks are 6" finished.
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    Very nice work. I like the stars on point.

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    Very nice...
    I love stars

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    Great quilt and, yes, a masculine look to it.
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    very nicely done. can't wait to see your different colorways
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    Oh very nice.
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    Beautiful.
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    Great guys quilt! I can visualize it many color schemes and all just as nice.

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