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Old 11-26-2017, 07:27 PM
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A friend hosted a Metis Quilter who was teaching the Morning Star Blanket. Yes, it is a quilt, but in her First Nation tradition it is called a blanket. Two days of bias and Y-seams, but I have a lovely top. It will be a gift for a friend who turns 50 in April and loves pink. I probably will add one more set of borders as it is only about 50 inches square now.

I have no idea why it is posting sideways, but you can see the whole quilt. I did not have quite enough of the b[ink for the border, so used cornerstones for the first time. I was happy that the centre star is quite flat and many of my points look ok.

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Old 11-26-2017, 07:35 PM
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very nice, I don't think I ever will want to do Y seam piecing so I am impressed with yours.
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Sure, looks good. BrendaK
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Very pretty quilt for your friend's birthday. All of the elements look lovely together.
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​Pretty star!
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Great Work!!! I don't have the patients to do Y seams, or else I'm too slow to catch on.
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Originally Posted by Tothill View Post
I was happy that the centre star is quite flat and many of my points look ok.
..and the directional print that you used is nicely placed. wonderful quilt. my favorite star pattern to do ..you have done fabulously! KUDOS!
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That is beautiful! Wow, you had a challenge and did a wonderful job!
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It looks great, and I like your idea of the pink for the border- let us see it again, when you finish----pleez!
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