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    Quote Originally Posted by JanieW
    scroll down and it's about the eighth row on the right

    http://www.amishloft.com/amishloft/quilts.html
    Yes that is where I found the picture I have. But I can't find the pattern. Any suggestions? I wanted to make it for my bed, but i think I would like to make just the star pattern as a wall hanging. :D Thank you all so much, I feel blessed for being part of this group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RevPam
    I found a video for the log cabin feathered star but I can't get it to run...you might try

    http://jimmjimm6.ru/tube/?k=log+cabi...+pattern+amish
    :thumbdown: :thumbdown: :thumbdown: THIS SITE WAS BLOCKED BY MY ANTI-VIRUS SOFTWARE AS A THREAT.

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    Beautiful quilt but I don't know the name. Good luck finding out.

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    For the block in the very center of the star, I found two different methods of assembly.
    1) square with halfsquare triangles added at edges
    2) using diamond shaped pieces

    Will try to figure out how to get the pics from the design sketchbook of EQ7 to here. Haven't figured out how to do everything in it yet, but having fun playing with it!

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    Let's see if this works for getting the pictures...

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    Well, you can certainly SEE them!

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    it looks like a quilt found in Amish stores or a business that produces more original settings in quilts.
    I have seen similar at a business in Indiana that uses Amish quilters for their supply. Unless someone comes up with a pattern source, it most likely will have to be drafted out.

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    I can see that it would work with the diamond star. Will have to practice that . Thanks so much for the info.

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    Here is what I have. does this look close to the star you are looking for I know that you want the complete pattern, but I think that one could figure out how to add the log cabin blocks to this. Hope the pic works
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    Ok then I have this pattern also, which is made like a log cabin with strips. Might this work?
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    I make a Shining Star quilt that is made with 1/2 square tiangles. The center looks like yours. It continues out like a lone-star but smaller.It is not feathered though.
    Peg

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    FYI,Igot the pattern for this on the hgtv site or from
    simply quilts, episode QLT-1112. designer,Debby Maddy.
    PEG

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    I do not have the pattern but you might want to research Marsha McCloskey's feathered star quilt blocks - I have a book with similar blocks but nothing like the one you have. Ten favorite Le Moyne based stars - I do not know it this will help - but a start -

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsb38327
    It looks like the lone star that is in one of my books. It looks like the color placement is creating the illusion of the diamond tips. My book is Singer, Quilting by Machine. In case you have it you can look on page 18./Regards, Dorothy
    No, not the same. The one in the Singer book is pieced, not just stripped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingfan
    Quote Originally Posted by JanieW
    scroll down and it's about the eighth row on the right

    http://www.amishloft.com/amishloft/quilts.html
    Yes that is where I found the picture I have. But I can't find the pattern. Any suggestions? I wanted to make it for my bed, but i think I would like to make just the star pattern as a wall hanging. :D Thank you all so much, I feel blessed for being part of this group.
    I see it -- the log cabin feathered star. Really nice!

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    It looks like a feathered LeMoyne star variation.
    It is based on eight 45 diamonds. Each of the diamonds is sort of a "Half Log Cabin" style.
    Start with the small diamond for the center. Add strips to only 2 sides. Final strips would be the HST feathers.
    Sizing would need to be calculated, could do it with graph paper or with one of the EQ versions.

    Great project. Love the finished look.

    Pati, in Phx

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    This is a different feathered star than the one pictured.
    You can actually "feather" any star, but with the eight pointed ones you can base it on either a variable star or a LeMoyne star. If you use a variable star/sawtooth star the sides of the points are different lengths and have different numbers of "feathers" on each side.
    With a LeMoyne star you are working with diamonds, not half square triangles, so there are the same number of "feathers" on each side of the point. (does that make sense?)

    When using the 45 diamonds there are lots of variations you can use, each giving the center of the star a different look. Lots of fun to play with.

    Have fun,
    Pati, in Phx

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    I remember seeing a pattern like that somewhere. I will have to look in my stash and see if i have it. It looks so familiar.

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    Here's a Montana Feathered Star. Looks like a triple feathered star, but could be modified.
    www.animasquilts.com/MTFeathStarLg.html

    I sure hope someone comes up with the pattern for this! I'd certainly like to make a WH!

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    Same here. Apparently the site is from Russia, since it ends in "ru".

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    Quote Originally Posted by btiny36
    Here is what I have. does this look close to the star you are looking for I know that you want the complete pattern, but I think that one could figure out how to add the log cabin blocks to this. Hope the pic works
    this looks like it would work. Now to figure out how to do that. Have you done one of these? I am not going to try to do the log cabin. Just try the star for now. I just finished the log cabin and it kicked my behind, it was a fight to the finish and I one the war but it definitely won some battles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by btiny36
    Ok then I have this pattern also, which is made like a log cabin with strips. Might this work?
    Btiny seems to have the right star - but it's not totally correct. The center is not a true star. The rest looks correct until you get to the end. The feathers are there if you just leave off the white section - see? It just doesn't end exactly the same. I would guess that they have modified Btiny's. But her pattern will certainly get you there.

    Btiny what is the name of your block?

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    Quote Originally Posted by btiny36
    Ok then I have this pattern also, which is made like a log cabin with strips. Might this work?
    It's definately not this one - the center is the biggest problem with this one.

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    O.K. I did more research too. This is definately a "feathered lone star". I cannot find specifically that pattern, but if you make the lone star there are many places you can pick up the final feathering. You can find instructions for both the lone star and the feathered modification. Good luck!

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    Let's see if I can post a picture here.
    This is a simple 3 round half log cabin diamonds for the centers and 3 HST feathers on the sides. It could be done with whatever number you want, of course.

    Have fun,
    Pati, in Phx
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