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Thread: 650 I see stars

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    Smile 650 I see stars

    Whew! That's a lot of piecing for me. 650 '/2 square triangles. Now I need a border.
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    Song: "Keep your eyes on the prize."

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    very striking

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    Wow, stunning!
    My little shinning stars. Brantley, Kaylynn, and Emmalee

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    Beautiful. Looks like a Hunter Star?

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    just beautiful!!!!!

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    Wow! I can't stop admiring it! Gorgeous quilt!!

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    marvelously done. I can't wait to see the finished quilt

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    Looks fantastic!

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    beautiful!!!!!
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    I'm doing that pattern right now. . 160 hsq's. . i.e. 20 blocks. I admire you. I'm thinking it's more challenging than I thought it was going to be. I made the first 8 hsq's thinking, "That was a breeze." But then matching up all the points from square to square was something else again. My thought now is, "I probably will stick to mostly rectangles from now on." Or not. I do love the look. Yours is beautiful.
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    I love your quilt! I would skip the border and just use a dark binding.

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    I did use thangles. I think it really helped with all the points. The name of the pattern on the
    thangles package is " Orion star quilt".
    Song: "Keep your eyes on the prize."

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    Beautiful!

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    That's awesome.
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    beautiful quilt

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    Pretty, pretty, pretty!!!
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    Stunning. BrendaK
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    gorgeous!!!!

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    Oh this is just absolutely beautiful. Every time I look away and go back to it I see something else. Very very pretty.

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    One of my favorite patterns. yours is so nice. For some odd reason, I like this pattern without borders.
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    I also meant to add that I vote for no border and just a thin binding.

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    looks great so far... love your colors
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    The colors are so striking.

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    But what a great ending result with all those half square triangles

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    It's beautiful!
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