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June star y seam block

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Craftsy Block of the Month 2013 taught by Laura Nownes

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Classic
a1angiem on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? attempting to make this block!

a1angiem on craftsy.com

Oh, Angie. You are too hard on yourself. Your block looks great, and believe me, nobody is going to notice your points are 1/100 of a millimeter off. And yes, you can quilt out those little, tiny, barely there ripples. Ask me how I know! Someone once told me, "Just wash the quilt and all the crap stitches will disappear." Hmmm, sound familiar???? LOL LOL Really nice block, Angie.

06/01/2013 Flag

bahahahah! Hey, that DOES sound familiar! Wise, very wise...So I asked the question in the class though...my block is too big but if I trim it to the right size I'll cut off the points (I ain't makin' that block again!) so what do I do? too big with points or too small without points??

06/01/2013 Flag

two choices, in my humble opinion.... leave as is, nice points, and place it somewhere where you can shave off a bit from surrounding block(s), or for a wild and crazy modern look, cut off two adjacent sides from the star block so it looks asymmetrical or off center and like the points are cut off on purpose.

06/01/2013 Flag

... I would probably lop off two sides so it looks off center... remember my modern dresden block from the 2012 BOM? Suh'm like that.

06/01/2013 Flag