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Thread: Big Star Quilt as shown on Missouri Star Video

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    Quote Originally Posted by IBQLTN View Post
    Jean,

    Thanks so much for sharing your yardage and instructions! I'm really excited because I have th 6.5" square, 5" charm square and the 2.5" strip cutter dies for my GO! This will be my frist 'real' GO! project since all I've done up until now is the tumbler block.

    And thanks to Jenny too for giving her permission to post it! (I had already watched the video and saved it in my You-tube file!)
    I hope you post pictures!

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    Thanks so much for sharing the measurements.

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    Thank you so much after watching Jenny's tute I had a few questions and you answered all of then. Happy Quilting

    Judy in Phx, AZ
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    I'm making one of these too! I'm supposed to be working on another project, but I'm mad at it right now, so I started the big star. Here's the first:


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    great job!

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    Omg. I made one block yesterday. Took almost 3 hours. Mostly un-sewing.. Seems I could not pick up the pieces from the design board, carry them to my machine and sew down the right side... Then wondering just how I scouts have sewn the wrong sides of the strips together. Next one has to be so much easier. Just could not make a second one yesterday . . Wondering if anyone has days like this.

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    I just finished one for our oldest son's 42nd birthday. Made it with University of GA fabric along with red & black . Came out really nice & super quick
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    So pretty!!!And patriotic looking! Thanks for the link!
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    Son's big star quilt

    Here's the one I just finished- going to son today. Its only 2 stars ?
    & I used 10" squares
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    Joyce T, RN retired
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    I made one of these Big Star quilts and it turned out great. It was fun and came together quickly.
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