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Thursday, November 5, 2015

Big Star Row Complete

The dreaded big star was not as daunting to put together as it looks on the picture. It was fun top work up, even with the paper piecing. 
The sashing is narrower than the  pattern calls for, and the top and bottom strips are deleted in order to keep the row smaller for the smaller size of quilt. I need to finish the embroidery on the bird house row, then the row will be complete.



Sorry, it is posted wrong. I don't know how to rotate the picture. Deana, maybe  you can fix it for me. Thanks



6 comments:

dq said...

Ann, it is so GORGEOUS! Yes, it is easier then it looks.

Jo said...

You have done a great job. Get over the fear and just do it I say....
The star really looks good with your other blocks/rows. Well done.....

Bev said...

Fantastic job!

Sandra Walker said...

This is looking fabulous! Paper-piecing...sigh...love/dislike. Now that I learned how to paper-piece the paperless way thanks to Joanne at Canuck Quilter, I'm liking it a LOT more! Embroidery too here, wow. I'm pretty sure it's you who wrote such a nice comment on my "Pleasant Diversion" blog post of my little quilt...Thank you! You are a no-reply so I can't respond personally. Hope you'll contact me this way and then I can get your email address. :-) Yes, I love the Great Lakes, and am so happy I live on the shore of Lake Erie.

dorine said...

It is really beautiful!!

Edith Csokmay said...

It's really fun to see these start to come together. Lovely unit.