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    Quote Originally Posted by cindirae View Post
    I’ve done two of them, and they’re easy as pie! Here’s one. It’s a pic when I was trying to choose a background color (chose the one on the left). I don’t have a pic of the completed quilt yet.
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    Did you use Donna Jordan's pattern? This is so pretty and looks like the Star she made in her tutorial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Sewing Machine View Post
    Did you use Donna Jordan's pattern? This is so pretty and looks like the Star she made in her tutorial.
    Sure did! It was truly easy as pie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Sewing Machine View Post
    Well, botmih Donna and the Lintotts say you use only 36 strips, and you can get 14 strips from a yard of fabric ( cut across the WOF, NOT SURE HOW IT WORKS WITH ACCUQUILT) , about 2-2/3 yards would be adequate. I remember those smaller lone stars took 9 strips for each star. This should give you a general idea of how much fabric to cut. A jelly roll with 40 strips is just short of 3 yards of fabric.
    Thanks Jean,now to look for colours,being a Taurus, takes me an age to make my mind up.lol.

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    Jean and Cindirae those are stunning quilts! I am putting it on my list to make.

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