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Thread: Star Flower Quilt Block Tutorial (Enjoy!)

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    Cool, thanks for sharing.

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    That is the same pattern I used for my avatar quilt. My very first quilt. It is an easy block.

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    awesome, thanks for the information!

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    That is the same pattern I used for my avatar quilt. My very first quilt. It is an easy block.

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    can you post a close up picture of your quilt for us, please

    Quote Originally Posted by Up North
    That is the same pattern I used for my avatar quilt. My very first quilt. It is an easy block.

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    Here is a picture of the block. Remember this was my First quilt!! Wow I even had time to take it outside and take a pic!!! It is my first hand quilting also.
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    Upnorth , I really like your quilt ! Is yours 14.5 " square ? The pattern I found is 12.5 " square . Annie

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    Yes it is close to that I think they are 16 inches unfinished. I did enlarge the pattern, it has been a while so I don't know what size I used for sure.. I think it was called Sarahs star but it is the same as star flower. I used a record album cover to cut this one.
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    Wow , that's a big starflower ! Very nice indeed :thumbup: Annie

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    thanks for sharing your photos with us, awesome!

    Quote Originally Posted by Up North
    Here is a picture of the block. Remember this was my First quilt!! Wow I even had time to take it outside and take a pic!!! It is my first hand quilting also.

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    you used a record album cover to use as a guide to cut the big blocks???


    Quote Originally Posted by Up North
    Yes it is close to that I think they are 16 inches unfinished. I did enlarge the pattern, it has been a while so I don't know what size I used for sure.. I think it was called Sarahs star but it is the same as star flower. I used a record album cover to cut this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    you used a record album cover to use as a guide to cut the big blocks???


    Quote Originally Posted by Up North
    Yes it is close to that I think they are 16 inches unfinished. I did enlarge the pattern, it has been a while so I don't know what size I used for sure.. I think it was called Sarahs star but it is the same as star flower. I used a record album cover to cut this one.
    On the green one yes, I wanted it big enough to cover the top of the bed. I do believe it was Loretta Lynn too.

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    Very nice quilts ladies. Thank-you for sharing the link also.

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    what is a turnover triangle?

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    Everyones quilts are very pretty! Thanks for the link Karen

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    I was working on this pattern over the weekend, only have the blocks down

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    I am also wondering what a turnover is?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrandmK
    I am also wondering what a turnover is?????
    http://www.modabakeshop.com/p/bakery.html

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    thank you for the site. God bless. Penny

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    Great!!!!!

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