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Thread: wonky star blocks

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    Senior Member quiltergirl80's Avatar
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    I made this block for a member of one of my flickr quilting bee blocks. It's called "Wonky Star" I've also posted pictures of wonky log cabin blocks I've made over here: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-99902-1.htm#2530630

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    these were for a different swap I participated in
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    They are nice! Are you continuing on with other wonky ones as well?

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    You should suggest that as one of the Star BOM that is going on now. It is very pretty and I love the "wonky".

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    Yep, it has become one of my favorites. Here is where I found the tutorial: http://thesillyboodilly.blogspot.com...-tutorial.html

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    i love the wonky star

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    I love this star. The tut explains it so well. I can't wait ti try it.

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    Thanks for the tutorial. Today I bought the fabric I want to use for a "Wonky Star" quilt for my 10 yr old DGS. I want it to be made up of many differnt wonky stars. I searched the web for stars blocks for a couple of hours this morning before shopping. This star will fit right in with the ones I found. It is so nice to be a part of this group. I can always find what I am looking here. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tropical
    Thanks for the tutorial. Today I bought the fabric I want to use for a "Wonky Star" quilt for my 10 yr old DGS. I want it to be made up of many differnt wonky stars. I searched the web for stars blocks for a couple of hours this morning before shopping. This star will fit right in with the ones I found. It is so nice to be a part of this group. I can always find what I am looking here. :)
    Also, it's amazing how you can make each star so different even though it's the same pattern

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