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    @Hunters Star Spring swap group..question

    I know I am not part of this group but I would like to try making a block like the one you posted as your group avatar (see pic). Would anyone be able to share a tutorial or instructions on how to make this? TIA

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    Re: @Hunters Star Spring swap group..question

    Cascade Quilts: Hunter's Star tutorial

    that is the one they are using.
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      Re: @Hunters Star Spring swap group..question

      Karen...You are freakin amazing! Thanks!

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        Re: @Hunters Star Spring swap group..question

        We all seemed to find our blocks came out a bit smaller than 9 1/2 inches. That's fine if you're making your own quilt, they'll all match up.
        If you're picky about them being the correct size, instead of 9 3/8...

        I joined the half square triangle blocks to each other using a full quarter inch seam. Otherwise they ended up larger than the solid blocks next to them.
        Joining the half square pieces to the solid blocks needed a scant quarter inch seam. They came out perfect when I did this.

        It's not difficult, even though my explanation was a bit wordy. Let me know if you have any trouble with the block.

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          Re: @Hunters Star Spring swap group..question

          Originally posted by starlover View Post
          We all seemed to find our blocks came out a bit smaller than 9 1/2 inches. That's fine if you're making your own quilt, they'll all match up.
          If you're picky about them being the correct size, instead of 9 3/8...

          I joined the half square triangle blocks to each other using a full quarter inch seam. Otherwise they ended up larger than the solid blocks next to them.
          Joining the half square pieces to the solid blocks needed a scant quarter inch seam. They came out perfect when I did this.

          It's not difficult, even though my explanation was a bit wordy. Let me know if you have any trouble with the block.
          I'm glad you brought this up. I have my squares cut and was ready to go. I get a little confused by the different segments. lol
          🌺 Lorie

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