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    what is this pattern

    was another memebers avitar. working on this.. one inch sides.

    21 stars over 30 hexagons and only 21 x 17 tip to tip.

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    Love it where did you get the pattern from.
    I would love to try it.
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    Looks similar to Honeycomb Stars.

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    Love it!! Beautifully done!!!!Keep us posted as you work on it~

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    Quote Originally Posted by NanaCsews2 View Post
    Looks similar to Honeycomb Stars.
    yeah !! thank you ! I think so too ! have chosen to have all side be touched by a star.. yeah !
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    Quote Originally Posted by pojo View Post
    Love it where did you get the pattern from.
    I would love to try it.
    I saw this in a beautiful blue, on the board, it was a member's avitar and could not find it again.. I have the hexagons already, have done three grandmother's Garden quilts.. so found the right "side" size diamonds and off I went.. no pattern.. that is why I asked. the avitar had two rows both sides of white hexagons to finish then bound.

    So. off I go.. may take me until winter to finish. all one inch sides. Good luck !

    Ell
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    Chair you did a beautiful job and thank you for sharing.
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen (Blinkokr)

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    I thinks its called a Star Bouquet. I made one 12 years ago from an old Quilt Magazine.
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    Hexagon-star templates/pattern

    Picture of one way to do that pattern. You can probably figure out other ways too.
    The way I drew it, its all 60 degree diamonds. EPP would work nicely. sheeps

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    Great Pattern!! Sheepshed -- thanks for the link. That makes the construction look a lot easier (I can't do hand work)
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