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Thread: Kaleidoscope Star top recently done

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    beautiful quilt.

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    looks great

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    Beautiful. Show us when you finish it!

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    Beautiful ! What else can I say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mom-6 View Post
    I just followed the tutorial on this board by cutebuns for OBW. Then I asked on this board for suggestions of how to show off the individual motifs. One of the suggestions was adding the triangles to create the stars. So you just cut triangles of the accent fabric the same size as the triangles you cut for your kaleidoscopes.
    Thank you Mom-6 I will try that. I just love yours.

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    beautiful - nice job!

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    Beautiful, I love it! One question about this block, did you have any issues with tenting in the center? I tried making some kaleidescope blocks using a Creative Grids ruler, and every single block had tenting in the middle. I was very meticulous with my cutting and not overhandling so as not to stretch the bias edges. Do you starch, no starch, any idea what I was doing wrong? Thanks!!

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    Looks lovely.
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    Very nice!
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    It is very pretty....

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    I like this too. I'd like to see the original fabric!
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    Great job and beautifully done!!
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