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    Hi All,
    Can anyone identify this quilt pattern? I saw it recently in Ordway, CO. in a wonderful little bakery and coffee shop!
    Thanks!
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    Missouri Star

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    Wow, that's pretty. I can't be sure, but it might be a log cabin star.

    Edit: I expanded your photo and I was wrong. Definitely not log cabin. So sorry that I'm no help.
    Toni ... If I keep sewing long enough, will they make their own dinner?

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    I looked up 'eight pointed pinwheel star quilt' Whew! And this came up.

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/380132...22777/?lp=true



    Lorie

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    That's really pretty and if you go on Pinterest and then click the Read More link and scroll down the page, there is a video demo you can watch. It needs a special ruler tho. And strips cut 1 and 3/16th inches. Get your reading glasses ready and have fun! Thanks for the link Lorie!

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    Wow! It’s a complicated pattern but so beautiful. Thanks for finding it for me. I think it’s called the Liberty Lemoyne Star by Deb Tucker.
    Thanks to all of you!

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    Default Re: Help me identify this quilt pattern

    It's also a Whirligigs by someone else.

    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2015/06/...igs-quilt.html

    I would just find the easiest instructions



    Lorie

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    I knew it was some sort of Lemoyne Star, but have not see one like that before!
    pat.

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    I love Deb Tucker's tools!

    If you buy one to make this pattern, be aware that the tools are very slippery. I always put some athletic paper tape on the bottom of the tool in some of the "blank areas." Once I do that, the tools are perfect!
    Toni ... If I keep sewing long enough, will they make their own dinner?

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    Default Re: Help me identify this quilt pattern

    This is a lot more simple than it looks, and no special ruler is required. Each segment is cut from strips, and cut using the 45* mark on your ruler or cutting board. It goes together like the segments on a Lone Star, but a Lone Star requires much more cutting and piecing to make the segments. Oh, and there's no intersections to match up like in a Lone Star.

    The "Whirligig" pattern has a different shape to the segments. Each segment is actually a triangle rather than a diamond, but the effect is similar. No special ruler required for this pattern either.
    Last edited by oldmanquilts; October 24th, 2019 at 03:54 PM.
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