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Thread: Dianmond Log Cabin Star -started

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    Senior Member Bobbinchick's Avatar
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    :D :D :D Here is a picture of the center star. Had a dilly of a time with it and I'm having a little trouble getting it to come together right. This is the best that I've got so far. I did have another bunch of log cabin diamonds made, but those would not come together at all. Well I'm done for tonight I think tho I might cut more strips for the "B" blocks Have a great day, Huggies, Fay................I bought the pattern from Dunster, a member of this board
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    That's just beautiful! Love the colors.

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    Love the colours, it will be a stunner when you get it finished.

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    Thanks,, I hope it will all come together right. The "B" blocks are the same but a little bit diffrent. so tomorrow, no we will be gone tomorrow, maybe Monday I will start the "B" blocks and get those attached. I have to do the "Y" seams on this and it is a good thing I know how to do that. Again have a great day, Huggies, Fay

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    It looks good so far, I like your color choices. Maybe Dunster could answer some questions for you or give you some help, may be worth a try.

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    Love the pattern and colors! Keep us in on your progress, please.

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    Just beautiful. I also bought the pattern from Dunster but have not started it yet. After the holidays.

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    Beautiful start :D:D:D

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    Looking good!

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    Looks great so far, don't get frustrated, it looks great once completed but definitely time consuming. Not a quick quilt. Just have fun with it.

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    Love your color scheme. Going to be gorgeous.

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    oh how pretty, I have this pattern on my todo list..can't get it off my mind..great job!

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    I have her pattern also...but haven't had time to try it. Yours is looking good. Keep us posted on your progress.

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    That is a lovely piece of work. I think it would be lovely in its own right as a center piece for a lap robe.

    Love the color too, it would look nice in my front room.

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    Senior Member Bobbinchick's Avatar
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    I've got the "B" blocks half done so I might be able to attach thos some time tomorrow. It looks like it will come together , but I had trouble putting it together so it wouldn't volcano on me and I got it together pretty good I think, now we'll see how the "B" block will look once I get them done. Huggies, Fay..........P.S. Definately not a quick type of quilt to make, but it is fun seeing it as it comes together.

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