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Thread: If you are the maker of this quilt

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    Senior Member Gramma's Avatar
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    Would love the pattern also!!!

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    me too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mamaw
    That pattern is called Hidden Stars and is in the book Layer Cake, Jelly Roll, and Charm Quilts by Pam and Nicky Lintott.
    Thanks. Knew it looked familiar.

    Looks great, Jennifer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by true4uca
    It looks like a nine patch with 4 flying geese in approiate places. I did stars in my sashing using a similar method.
    Trudy
    I'm thinking it's just squares and the"points" are made like half of a snowball block. Just place a small white square on each of two corners; sew diagonally from edge to edge and trim the excess below. Then match four of those with a plain solid white square and you get those "star-points". How simple... I like it! and a great beginner quilt with lost of pizzazz!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer
    Quote Originally Posted by gaigai
    Quote Originally Posted by janedennis
    I too think it is a nine patch but the points for the geese what size would you make the squares to make the points
    It looks like a charm pack, which is 5 inch squares. Add white 5 inch squares for the star centers, and then sew 2 1/2 inch squares on two sides of adjacent squares, right sides together. Sew with a diagonal seam. Fold back the white square & trim the back.
    This is actually mine. I just used charm packs and sewed 2 3/4inches squares on the corners. If you use 2 1/2 squares the points match up. If you zoom in you'll see that my first star blocks are off at the points. There wasn't a pattern. I seen a charm pack quilt on the board that kwhite did and just copied.
    Great work even without a pattern. I also think you could probably do any size corner squares to give it a very funky variable look. The points would then be haphazard in sizes... could be interesting!

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    Could this be one of Mary Ellen Hopkins "Connecting Up" designs?

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    I am not the maker but I can tell you how to make it if you pm me. It has basically 2 blocks to it.

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    By reading the others' comments you will see who's quilt it belongs to. Just amazing.

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    I think Lesley is right, the little charmers 2, 5" charm pack will make it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer
    This is actually mine. I just used charm packs and sewed 2 3/4inches squares on the corners. If you use 2 1/2 squares the points match up. If you zoom in you'll see that my first star blocks are off at the points. There wasn't a pattern. I seen a charm pack quilt on the board that kwhite did and just copied.
    How cool! I like the stars set randomly in the field! Okay if I try it, too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyPeezy
    I'm not the maker but isn't this a variation of the Morning Star?
    The sashing is same width as the squares. Very nice.

    http://www.quilterscache.com/M/MorningStarQuilt.html
    looks like it to me

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    very pretty!

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    Sorry cann't claim it.

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    Quilt Qtrs. I just notice you pin unter name House, I like your bright colors for the house, nice job.

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    If no one has the pattern for this, it looks like it could be charted of on graph paper fairly easily.

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    PM Kwhite to see if it is hers.

    Otherwise I agree 9 patch with FG's stategicallly placed. Would look great in red, white, and blue.

    I like it. Malybe I can use up a couple of my packs doing this one. Hmmmm

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    Just did a test block and it is 5 inch squares and 2 and 1/2 squares for the flying geese. I used white for the stars and denim for the rest looks great. So tomorrow i start cutting

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    Ok janedennis show us a picture.

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    Oh I love your quilt.

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    LOVE IT !!

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    Looks like a sno-ball block is the points of the stars. You could put them in any position you would like!

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    I love it. but I did not make such a beautiful quilt. I am book marking this page, as I can see how it is done. thank you for sharing and God bless. Penny

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