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02/09/2010

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This is wonderful! You don't say though what size to cut the original square for making the kite shapes. I would really like to be able to sew along and make this!

the square is 4 7/8"
sorry

Erin, wonderfulllll!
I'll do my, I hope it works out. Thank you for teaching us such beautiful work.
hugs

Congratulations Deborah!

Thank you for doing the detailed tutorial, I have been wanting to make a feathered star, I even have the book. I will start mine tomorrow morning.

Wonderful, I want to ask the size of the square for kite shape, it's here ! Thank you

Thank you, Erin, for such a nice endorsement of my book and your very clear photos and instructions.

We all have our favorite methods, but I'm wondering if you have ever tried bias-strip piecing for the feather squares? Because the seams are pressed open before the squares are cut, there is not distortion from pressing and you don't burn your fingers:) I use the Bias-Square ruler from Martingale or my new Feathered Star Ruler.

BTW The second collection of Feathered Star Quilt blocks will be out in April.

Marsha McCloskey

Thank you for your tutorial on the feathered star block. I have wanting to try to make one but had not yet purchased a book to work from. I will try your step by step.
Colleen

Such a creative and innovative post.

you did a very detailed tutorial. i like the style, its pretty. i want to try it, but i wish i can do like that, cause it quite difficult.lol.

beauty, the first picture remind me a Bhuddist art, is something monk call mandala, if you look and compare the image pattern, you find many resemblances.

Used your tutorial and it worked well. Thank you. I LOVE the bias strip piecing for the squares. I couldn't find a measurement for the corner squares but I may have just overlooked it. Thanks again

Dit is voor het eerst dat ik The Winner and Feathered Star Lesson 1: Old Fashioned Piecing - One Piece at a Time bezoek en ik ben prettig
onder de indruk door de correlatie dat dit stukje behelst met
sesamstraat kleurplaten.

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