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Thread: 5 Point Star Block Possiblities

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    5 Point Star Block Possiblities

    After thinking about how to cut out the pieces for the 5 Point Star block, I realized that some of the newer quilters may not know how to go about it so I decided to add another illustration showing what some of the possibilities are.

    Hope this helps get you thinking.
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    The bottom right looks like it would be easier.Don't know if I will ever get to making one. List is so long.
    Thanks for doing this tute.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jingle View Post
    The bottom right looks like it would be easier.Don't know if I will ever get to making one. List is so long.
    Thanks for doing this tute.
    I think so to and the fact that you can sew it without doing "Y" seams is a plus for me.

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    Thank you for sharing, outstanding.
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    Thanks- I have done the top type and the y seams are hard, but I guess there is a bunching issue in the centre of the second one, as well as involving more sewing.
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    Thank you love how you made each pic "pop" by using different shades!
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    Very nice tutorial, thank you!!
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