Good morning all you followers!! I hope you've had time to make a fussy cut 6-pointed star or two!
The piecing should have been easier for this step if you did a few stars from Step 1. The only pitfall I've experienced with a fussy cut block is when I don't like the fussy cut after I lay it out. But never fear, don't discard those diamonds!! Just use 3 of them with another print for a two fabric star like I did here.
You'll see the other 3 diamonds later this week in the "cutting with stripes" post.
On this set, I flipped every other diamond 180 degrees -- don't think it works this time but someday it might so I often try it just in case!
Or hold onto the diamonds and perhaps trimming them for a "star flower" or "hexagons" for future steps will redeem them?
And if all else fails, they might be useful for trimming at the end of the Sew-Along for edge fill-ins.
Be sure to take time to identify what specific aspect of the cut didn't work for you so you can learn from it and avoid repeating the same misstep in the future.
If you encountered any other pitfalls with the fussy cut 6-pointed stars, let me know in the comments section below and I'll respond so everyone can learn from it, too!
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