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Thread: Single Star Quilt

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    Beautiful, thanks for the tute.

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    Thank you, Paper Princess, for the pictures and instructions.

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    Great tutorial, thanks for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy1 View Post
    Your directions are wonderful and I love your quilt, I wish I knew how to bookmark in this new format - but alas I don't Thanks for sharing.
    Murphy1, to bookmark - Click on Thread Tools at top of first page of Tutorial. Then click on Subscribe to This Thread. Click on Add Subscription. It will be saved in your Subscriptions (used to be called Bookmarks). Hope this helps.

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    Thank you for posting this easy to follow tutorial! I found it this evening and had to make one..One hour later, here is my Big Star; I have not decided if I am going to add a border or just layer, quilt and bind it.

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    Thank you so much I am saving this one to do when I finish my doll quilts.

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    Ohhhh - erindipity! It's gorgeous! And you made it in an hour! Wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erindipity View Post
    Thank you for posting this easy to follow tutorial! I found it this evening and had to make one..One hour later, here is my Big Star; I have not decided if I am going to add a border or just layer, quilt and bind it.
    Yep, that's what I love about this pattern, you can put a quilt top together REALLY quickly and it looks great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy1 View Post
    Your directions are wonderful and I love your quilt, I wish I knew how to bookmark in this new format - but alas I don't Thanks for sharing.
    You can always go back and look at your own postings and find what you have commented on (like this quote above) and then look up that link again. That's the easiest. way.
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    Thank you for sharing your pattern with us, You made the directions seem sooo easy to follow. and you included pics.
    Thanks again

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    Love the star quilt. I use a pattern like that from Country Threads that I have made multiple times from flannel. Goes together fast and looks great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcrow View Post
    Thank you for going to all the trouble to write up the pattern and put in the pictures. It takes time to go to all that trouble. You are so nice to share with all of us!!
    Thank you for doing the tutorial WITH pictures, want to make some gift quilts and this will be perfect.

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    That is exactly what I thought when I saw this top - I am just recently beginning to quilt and just want to do the small lapquilts (wheel chair) for nursing home donations - so I will give this a try. Thanks for the tutorial and thanks MadQuilter for the inspiration!

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    This is one design I have used several times. It's generally a hit for my foster kids' quilts. I also do other "big block quilts', such as friendship stars. It's also great for wheel chair quilts. There are a number of blocks that lend themselves to this sort of single block quilt, for example, Dutchman's puzzle. I have used it with novelty fabrics for kids and 'grown up' fabrics for bigger folks.

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    Thank you for this tutorial! I love patterns that go together quickly!
    When someone mentions quilting, I go to pieces!

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    This is great, thanks

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    I have done several of these.... a very quick way of getting a quilt done......and makes a beautiful one.........

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    My big star

    Here is the one I made.... it only took me one afternoon to do, and most all of it is done by hand... I made mine out of 12" blocks and 11 1/2" blocks.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by erindipity View Post
    Thank you for posting this easy to follow tutorial! I found it this evening and had to make one..One hour later, here is my Big Star; I have not decided if I am going to add a border or just layer, quilt and bind it.

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    Very nice Star...... love the colors......

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    nice, love the colors

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    Thank you. Brings back memories of a quilting friend. She taught me that pattern and I made many. May just have to do some more!

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    Simple but pretty!!

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    I like it!
    A quilt is like a good life. It's full of mistakes, but, in the end, it looks pretty good.

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    Thank.... this is what I have been looking for to make a star.

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    I love making this star block.... big and little ones.... it's very easy and quick...... would love to see other ones.... please post some more pics of these....... :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kensington View Post
    Nice job! Jenny of MSQC has a Big Star Tutorial, not this big, but a nice size, I am going to try it soon. I've bought my fabrics!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tkm3nCferp4
    I made a quilt using this tutorial but it's just a flimsy right now, so easy to do, wish I could upload pictures here to show it, I'm pretty proud of myself for doing it. Maybe I'll figure out how to post pictures once it's completely done.
    Jeri

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