Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Three Six Pointed Stars

Here are my latest six pointed stars.  These are 2 inches on a side (60 degree diamonds), and I started this sew along project along with Sheryl at Temecula Quilt Blog who is making one fussy cut star a week and posting it to her blog every Friday.

Here are the fabrics I used starting with the top left star.  This is from Amelia by Jo Morton for Andover.

This is the top right star and is also Amelia by Jo Morton.  

This is Civil War Journals by Judie Rothermel for Marcus Fabrics.

Click here for the link to my blog post that shows how I fussy cut these stars and hexagons.  There is also a link under my blog header.

Thanks for stopping by for a visit!

I hope you are finding some time to stitch today! 


  1. It's is amazing what you are doing with these pretty!

  2. have you thought about how you will set them all together yet? I have made a large pile but I am dithering!

  3. You are a master fussy-cuter!! (Is that a real title?)
    These three are all so striking, LuAnn. Great work!

  4. wow these are so stunning and fancy!
    You have a great eye for this for sure.

  5. These are so pretty, love seeing the fabric they are cut from. I am excited to see how they go together in the end.

  6. Hi LuAnn! Your diamonds are stunning. I am working on this challenge too and enjoying it very much. I have ordered my 4" hexagons from our local quilt store. I am setting it as a seven sisters.

  7. Love those stars, and the fabric you used too! I have the diamond templates waiting on my project rotation. I hope to get to them soon!

  8. Janet's right! You are a master at fussy cutting! How fun to see the fabrics you used for each of them, pre fussy cut! Just gorgeous, LuAnn!

  9. A great fabric to start with - and what you done with it is fantastic!!

  10. LuAnn how yo fussy cut your stars are beautiful.Stars are my favourite and love your fabrics.


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