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Thread: Dancing with a star - a star-making-tut

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    ... because i like embroidery very much!
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    Your grandchilds will not remember, whether your windos were neat and clean, when they sleep under your quilts....

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    NOW the star is ready!

    Thank you very much for your interest! I hope, you can understand my englisch, if not, ask me, please, i will try to explain better...

    Perhaps you can show me your stars... there is so much place in the skys. Everyone should get one!

    Allysonn
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    Okay, the first mistake: the letters LGs means LCs (=log-cabins).

    The second: in Post 13
    casually ww will
    means we will...

    and the
    clue
    means naturally glue...



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    Your grandchilds will not remember, whether your windos were neat and clean, when they sleep under your quilts....

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    Thanks so very much for taking the time to do this wonderful tutorial. Your star is terrific. For me, I would stop before the embroidery - I'm more of a plain Jane.
    Nancy in western NY

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    Beautiful work and great tutorial! My son and daughter-in-law just moved to Germany and I hope that their German is as good as your English

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    Thank you for the tutorial. That is a beautiful star!!!!

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    Very interesting method, thank you for sharing.

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    I love log cabins. This is a great star.
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    A beautiful combination of things I love--log cabins and stars! Your quilt is beautiful. Thank you for sharing your method with us. You're so brave to try a tutorial in another language! You did VERY well.
    Sue

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    What a lovely tutorial for a beautiful star!! Thank you so much! Your English is so good! My grandma's linens that I have also have pretty embroidery on them.

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