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This book features a galaxy of star blocks and quilting projects. Rotary-cutting techniques and 750 step-by-step illustrations simplify the star-making process. Learn new techniques for making the popular half-square, quarter-square, and eight-pointed star patterns. You will also find patterns for Log Cabin stars, diamond stars, and diamond sashing. Choose traditional settings, medallions, and modern designs. Geared for intermediate to advanced and anyone doing star research. Once you try the author's never-fail, hassle-free, machine-pieced eight-pointed star techniques, you'll never use anything else to make star quilts! AUTHORBIO: A gift of quilt blocks made from old worn fabrics, a magazine article and a 1963 purchase of a needlework book by Rose Wilder Lane, were the beginnings of her quilt making journey. Gail is certified as a national quilting teacher by the Embroiderer's Guild of America. Her quilts have been shown locally and juried into regional quilt shows. REVIEW: Highly recommended for beginners as well as those experienced in quilting traditions, Gail Searl's Sew Many Stars provides over seven hundred step-by-step illustrations teaching how to stitch half-squares, corner-squares, and elegant stars. -Midwest Book Review
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After graduating from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, Gail taught English in the Minneapolis Public Schools. A gift of quilt blocks made from old worn fabrics, a magazine article, and a 1963 purchase of a needlework book by Rose Wilder Lane were the beginnings of her quiltmaking journey. Gail learned about quilts and quiltmaking by reading books. Her study of quiltmaking grew coincidentally with raising three active daughters. Winning a sweepstakes award at a local fair led to teaching adult education quilting classes. In 1982 Gail was certified as a national quilting teacher by the Embroiderer's Guild of America. Her quilts have been shown locally and juried into regional quilt shows. Gail and her recently-retired husband live 36 miles from the Canadian border in a small town on the prairies of Montana near where her parents raised wheat and where her grandparents homesteaded.
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