Tuesday, July 8, 2014

More Six Pointed Stars

I've made a few more six pointed stars.  I'm making one a week (or sometimes six) along with Fussy Cut Fridays at Temecula Quilt Company blog.



The two stars on the left and the top center star are made from Jelly Bean by Edyta Sitar.  The bottom center is from Edyta's Hope Chest line.  The photo below is mostly Jelly Bean with a couple of others that got mixed in.


The blue star at the top right is Wildflowers by Jo Morton.


The last star is Amelia by Jo Morton.


My stars are 2" six pointed stars and are English Paper Pieced.  I ordered my papers from paperpieces.com.

Thanks for stopping by!

I hope you are finding a bit of time to stitch today.  

9 comments:

  1. Beautiful stars! The fussy cutting is so striking.

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  2. Your stars are very lovely! Great job...

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  3. Mmmm LuAnn, you are amazing. To create a flower in the middle of a six points star takes a lot of talent. Wonderful work. How many more do you think you need to get the quilt together? Can't wait to see them all joined.

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  4. wow these look great, ok how did I miss that fabric from Jo Morton thats a great fabric from the Amelia line
    I think I missed that whole line wow!
    Kathie

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  5. Great stars LuAnn, What is your plan for all these fussy cut stars?

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  6. Your stars are gorgeous! As is your fussy cutting! I'm inspired every time I visit your blog.

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  7. It's amazing the beautiful stars you can make with fabric! You are an expert LuAnn! I love all of them!

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  8. There is an art to this fussy cutting thing and I'm still learning it. You, however, have mastered it! Wow! Love those stars.

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  9. Lovely stars!
    Great Jo Morton fabric, you can many different stars of it.

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