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Thread: Hunter's Star

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    At last, instructions I can follow easily. Thanks so much. Very clear and concise.

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    Your instructions are great. Thanks so much for sharing. At least I can understand these instructions.

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    Thank you so much. I had been afraid to make one of these. Your instructions are so clear I think even I can do it. Thanks again.
    Ruth

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    Thank you very much! Excellent, very clear and easy to understand!
    Seems easier that with triangles! I do not speak English, but your photos make that you can follow every step very clear! Thanks for sharing! Hope complete a quilt someday!
    Your quilt is precious and you did an amazing job! A hug!

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    Very clear and helpful.

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    there is also a tutorial for a block called scrappy gretchen which uses 'wings' attached to the sides and achieves the same results without any special rulers...i used it from a quilters magazine out of australia..it was very simple & the results were great...google scrappy gretchen or gretchen quilting block to see the other method...monica in texas

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    vary pretty , i am going through the tutorials and learning new things, came across yours i love the stars quilts always way afraid to try one i am afraid the points wouldnt line up, wow you all are giving me more waant to try and learn to put on my to do list
    HUGS Dora rudin

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    I think you came across loud and clear in your tutorial of the Hunters Star. I appreciate the time and creativity it took to come up with this.
    Let God be your quilt and wrap you in His loving care.

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    Very understandable instructions and great photos...I think I can actually do this. Can't wait to try! Thank you for posting your tutorial.
    Creative clutter is better than idle neatness.

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    How do I keep this tute ? I must put hunters star on my list and it will be January or February before I start so how do I keep instructions as it is brilliant and so easy to see.?
    Finished is better than a UFO

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