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Thread: Autumn Star Spin

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    Super Member Midwestmary's Avatar
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    Unfortunately, it still looks confusing to me - but it sure is a beautiful pattern!

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    What does the finished project look like? Great block, not sure if I would have the sewing skills to do it.

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    I love the pattern and the prints are awesome.

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    that would sure make binding easier, with those white outside pieces added

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    Great tutorial!! Thanks for doing it.

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    thank you. great tut.

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    I'm happy you like it. I will put a photo of the back side so you can see how it's done.

    demostration Put the strips on the outer side of the white fabric pieces 2- 1/2' it and 24' long
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    First you have to cut all strips to make four log cabig. All strips are 1- 1/2" wide and 44" long. The square is 3- 1/2" by 3- 1/2". Then you have to cut diagonaly through each large block.
    Pieces a strip set of fabrics D though F. Cut two triangles to strips it. The triangle must not be inverted vertically.
    Cut 8 triangules from each strip set.
    Cut 8 pieces of backgroud fabric the BG template and sew the 8 triangles to each BG.
    Look at my picture and see how I put all the parts of the block together and sew all the pieces.
    For the border cut 8 pieces of strips 1-1/2" wide and 24" long. Put hte strips on the outer side the white fabric pieces.
    Sew the first border strip onto one side and leaving the excess extended and loose at the start.

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    Thank you so much will bookmark this one, that took alot of time!

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    Thank you for the great tutorial. You put alot of work into this. like the outside pieces, to square it up.

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