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Thread: Dancing with a star - a star-making-tut

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    Thank you for the tutorial. That is a beautiful star!!!!

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    Very interesting method, thank you for sharing.

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    I love log cabins. This is a great star.
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    A beautiful combination of things I love--log cabins and stars! Your quilt is beautiful. Thank you for sharing your method with us. You're so brave to try a tutorial in another language! You did VERY well.
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    What a lovely tutorial for a beautiful star!! Thank you so much! Your English is so good! My grandma's linens that I have also have pretty embroidery on them.

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    Fantastic!!!!!! Thank you so much for this tute and you did a great job; your English is very good!

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    You did a great job. I was able to understand what you were telling me about the process. I agree that you are very brave to post a tutorial in a different language. I will bookmark this and try it out. I love the look.
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    Wow, very pretty, thanks for sharing!
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    Totally amazing! Your work is wonderful and your designing is fantastic. I admire you for your skill and creativity and your English a great.

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    What an awesome tute! Love the embroidering you added, too. Your English is quite good. No need for apologies!

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    Thanks for the very thorough tutorial. The star is wonderful.

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    Das ist sehr gut! Danke danke danke!!! Your English is much better than my German!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkiris View Post
    A beautiful combination of things I love--log cabins and stars! Your quilt is beautiful. Thank you for sharing your method with us. You're so brave to try a tutorial in another language! You did VERY well.
    I wholeheartedly agree and yours is the most beautiful I have ever seen !!!!
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    Wow. Thank you very much.

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    Beautiful. Thank you.

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    You are just great at this tutorial, I understand every thing you did. Thanks for sharing one awesome star, and the journey you took us on.
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    WOW! Great tute. Thanks for taking the time to share it!
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    First of all, your star is beautiful. The embroidery is fantastic. Would like to see a full shot of the finished (embroidered) star. Second, (and I realize I should already know this) where do you get the "grid" material? Are there many sizes of the grid? Is this considered the same as paper piecing? Thank you for the tutorial and the help. Yolanda Carlson (Illinois/Wisconsin)

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    Great tute! Thanks.

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    Thank you for the wonderful tutorial. This one goes on my bucket list. BTW your English is fine - seems everone who followed the thread understood perfectly. Thank you for sharing and not keeping this treasure from us because of a perceived language barrier. We all speak one language here: QUILTING!

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    Stunning star! Great tute

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    Great job: Love your star and love your embroidery. You are very brave to do this in a 2nd language. Guess quilting is a universal language! I'll save this under favorites to try sometime!
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    Your english is fine but your star is absolutely beautimus...that means better than beautiful. I am going to have to cut and paste and try to get this in one document so I can make it. I love the embroidery also. What a great finishing touch!

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    I love how the star turned out with the embroidery! Thank you for sharing.
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    Your tutorial was wonderful, the design is out of this world and your embellishments are the topping on the cake.
    Just beutiful! Great job. Thanks for sharing that.

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