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    Applique Angel

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    Default North Star Quilt......make larger?

    So I want to make the North Star quilt that Jenny did a few weeks ago. Maybe it was a couple of months ago...not sure.

    I would like to do an additional "round" of the blocks, But not really sure what my new size of quilt would be, and I would like to order the correct amount of border fabric from the same fabric line (while MSQC has it in stock).

    She didn't say what the finished block size would be...and I *think* it should be around 12 inches. Maybe 11 1/2 inches.

    A little help please would be MOST appreciated.

    Thank you!
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    Sharon

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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: North Star Quilt......make larger?

    According to the available PDF file, the blocks finish at 11 inches, so an additional round of blocks would add another 22 inches to width and length

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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: North Star Quilt......make larger?

    It seems to me the tutorials are assuming more and more that we are qualified quilters. I remember those first tutorials were so explicit and assumed we had never sewn before. I'm glad we have this forum to get the details

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    Applique Angel

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    Default Re: North Star Quilt......make larger?

    Me too...but when I looked again at the PDF, it states it right there what the block size is. So that was a duh moment for me.

    thank you for helping me out. Sure makes calculating a bit easier.
    There are no perfect quilts, because I am a imperfect quilter.

    Sharon

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