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Thread: Hunter's Star

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    Super Member Slow2Sew's Avatar
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    Love, love your pattern and work!!! Thanks for making the difficult pattern look easy with your tutorial. I already have fabrics in mind to use this in the future.

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    That is wonderful I have made that pattern before but did paper pieceing this is so much better thanks again

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    Another great pattern. Thanks so much.

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    I am glad that you found my TUT useful.


    Quote Originally Posted by damaquilts
    roolen,
    Looked at some of your other photos too. Did you take all of them ?
    Yes, I took them :) except where I told to my Russian friends about different international quilting news.

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    I love the Hunter's Star. Your colors are great. What is the size of the block when all four pieces are together?
    Thanks.

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    9''

    You can create any size. The main thing - all strips (dark and light) should be one width and the diagonal of a triangle should be equal to the short party of a trapeze with the sewn diamands.

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    wonderful, and instructions were easy to follow. JO

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    You did a great tutorial! Like a gazillion times better than I could in Russian...seeing as how I only know one word in Russian and that would be vodka.

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    Roolen, your tutorial is great and even easier to read here than the translation on your blog! I'm always impressed when I see your wonderful quilty things on the HGTV mb.

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    I love your quilt and your instructions are very easy to follow. Another one added to my already long list of some-day projects to do! :) Thanks you! And your English is certainly much better than my (non-existent) Russian!

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