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Thread: Ozark Star (Hexagon) Table Toppers

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    Ozark Star (Hexagon) Table Toppers

    These are started me out on my quilt journey
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    . I made several and figured if I put them all together I would have had a quilt top. So...I saw it first on F&P last November. The simplicity of its construction struck me and after a few lost tips and some wonkiness, I have made 26, I think. They are relatively quick and lend themselves to many different fabric combinations. Some of mine are more successful combinations than others, but you don't know until you try. Hope you enjoy. I am going to try and post pictures by myself for a change and we will see how this goes...or not. Hooray. Guess the posting pictures tutorial worked. Hope everyone enjoys this long weekend. Be safe.

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    I really like the color combinations you used. They are beautiful.
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    They are very pretty. Each one different from the last. Such fun, but 26? Wow!

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    very pretty!!!!!
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    very nice.....

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    Those are beautiful. Where can I find a pattern for these? Thank you for sharing.

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    I did something like that last year, made over25,and had gifts to spare.
    I love your version

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    All of them are very pretty. Lots of great work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillbillycrafter View Post
    Those are beautiful. Where can I find a pattern for these? Thank you for sharing.
    If you will google Fons and Porter Ozark Star Table Topper, it will pop right up and then you can download the pattern and instructions. I have tried to PM them to another quilter and can't seem to get it to attach. My e-mail is goofy tonight and don't know if it has to do with the satellite or not. At any rate, you can get very clear instructions when you follow that route. Hope you enjoy making them and experimenting with colors, etc., as much as I did.

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    I think they are all beautiful and rather interesting that some colour combinations make them look like a different pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishrose View Post
    They are very pretty. Each one different from the last. Such fun, but 26? Wow!
    I started out to make only the amount necessary for my SS ladies. Then decided my DILs needed them. Then decided to make three for charity auction. Then made some for prizes at the card games, etc., etc. It would have been much cheaper to just give the SS ladies $50 and let them buy their own Christmas presents because I have now spent bucoo more dollars on building up a stash, equipment, and now quilting fabric, patterns etc., but I am having FUN.

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    They are all lovely

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    these are very pretty.

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    All are pretty--great job!!

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    These are very pretty! Love the pattern and the way you fussy cut the centers.

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    I love the fussy cut centers. Wow these would make a great gift. They are really pretty, each and every one of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilter 65 View Post
    If you will google Fons and Porter Ozark Star Table Topper, it will pop right up and then you can download the pattern and instructions. I have tried to PM them to another quilter and can't seem to get it to attach. My e-mail is goofy tonight and don't know if it has to do with the satellite or not. At any rate, you can get very clear instructions when you follow that route. Hope you enjoy making them and experimenting with colors, etc., as much as I did.
    These are wonderful!!! Here is the link to the pattern http://www.fonsandporter.com/content...Ozark_Star.pdf
    PM does not allow attachments... and we should not be sharing patterns that way, anyway, due to copyright issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnNan View Post
    These are wonderful!!! Here is the link to the pattern http://www.fonsandporter.com/content...Ozark_Star.pdf
    PM does not allow attachments... and we should not be sharing patterns that way, anyway, due to copyright issues.
    They are all so very pretty...and thank you for the pattern link...I will be making some of these!

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    I apologize for trying to do something that wasn't corrector illegal. I thought they were in public domain, free, downloadable, etc, there wouldn't be copyright problems. My grandfather had patents so I understand the necessity of artistic protection. Won't do it again.

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    Those are absolutely beautiful.

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    Just beautiful, great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    It is amazing how many different looks you can get from one pattern.

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    they are great.
    Thanks for the pattern, think I can make a great scrapquilt from it!!!!!
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    You made some very cool blocks there! I like how you emphasized different area by the color and values of your fabrics. They all look different, yet are all made the same.

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    These are all beautiful! It's amazing how different they look, depending on the fabrics used! I love them!
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