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Thread: Carpenters Wheel / Star Easy Project Reference Sheet

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    Thanks for the info..............................

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    I had just read another thread here in tutorials about making 8 HST from 2 big blocks....I love that you told us how many of each we will need. Thank You!!!
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    If you go to www.maryquilts.com she has instructions for many quilts including the Carpenter's Star. Her suggestion is to piece it in four quadrants. Mary also provides patterns for quilts you can cut with the Accuquilt GO. Enjoy!

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    Thank you. Really think I may make one of these in the near future

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    Thank you for this pattern. I had been looking for this one!

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    This is great; I even love purple and green together. I think not adding the size is smart; keeps us from limiting ourselves. Thank you.
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    Thanks for the pic, make it much easier to visualize.

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    Love your tutorial for the Carpenter's Block
    Quote Originally Posted by stitchinbee View Post
    After being unable to find a simple reference sheet for the Carpenters Wheel quilt, I decided to make my own. I hope others will find this useful. I have included an image and a pdf file, if you prefer. Enjoy.

    *** Please Note: I did not included any measurements so that you may make the quilt (or other item) any size that works for you.

    Carpenters Wheel / Star Project Reference Sheet JPG Format
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    Carpenters Wheel / Star Project Reference Sheet PDF Format
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    I think I have this somewhere, but it always nice to have it again. thnaks
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    Quote Originally Posted by par4theday View Post
    If you want a 12 1/2 inch block, make all of your squares or HST 2"
    This was my first CW but I want to make a quilt using many smaller CWs. Thanks for the square sizes! The quilt under my name to the left was my 2nd. The go together really fast!
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    Thank you so much. My daughter wants me to make her a quilt from this. Do you have anymore good info on it for me?

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    This is one on my to do list. I have always loved this block. Thanks for all the information.
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    So glad you posted this. I was planning on making a reference and just haven't had time.

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    Thank you. Have been wanting to do one of these but didn't think I needed a book purchase to do it. You are great

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    Thank you!
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    This is wonderful...thank you for sharing...

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    This is great! Thank you for sharing it. Now I need to figure out how to print just your picture without all the messages!
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    Thanks. We can make the squares any size we want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rrhaigh View Post
    This is great! Thank you for sharing it. Now I need to figure out how to print just your picture without all the messages!
    I right clicked on the picture and saved it or you can email it to yourself, then open it from the email or where ever you saved it and print. (I tried right clicking print, but got the messages too. I'm challenged what can I say.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by berryberry View Post
    I right clicked on the picture and saved it or you can email it to yourself, then open it from the email or where ever you saved it and print. (I tried right clicking print, but got the messages too. I'm challenged what can I say.)
    Thank you so much. I emailed it to myself and now have it saved!!!
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    Thanks so much for the pattern...have a summery one cut out ...shades of turqoise green and terra cotta on white...so far so good...still working on it...
    I may be over the hill but I'm not under it LOL

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    Oh - so glad this surfaced again. My niece just asked for a quilt for her queen-sized bed and this will be perfect! Thanks!!

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    thanks. I printed it out.

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    One can't go wrong with HST's. I was thinking this block, in R/W/B would make a nice patriotic quilt. Thank you for the graph

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    This is an older thread, but I wanted to bump it up as I found it very helpful. Thank you!

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