This is the pattern for the center star of the block. You need to cut it into wedges. One wedge will do. Add 1/4 seam all around and paperpiece eight pieces. I made a freezer paper pattern and so used it eight times.
Here is one wedge with two shades of yellow and majenta background.
Here are all the wedges to be sewed together for the star center.
Here is the center star on the map. Now on to step 2.
This step follows the first. Paperpiece the next section and then cut a plain piece and add to the PP. Now there is an odd size bigger piece to pp, which is shown on the map.
Here you see the odd size piece is pp and added to the rest of the ring. What is not in the instruction is that you need to seperate that odd piece from the rest of the ring and pp seperately and then it's sewed on.
Here is the center block sewed into the ring.
Here is the second part of the block. The outside plain blocks and a pp ring of flying geese sewed together matching all the symbols.
Here are the two parts, ready to combine.
Here they are sewed together.
And here is the entire block except for #11 that I will be working on next and then on the block B. I am showing this block turned on the wrong side in orer to place it on the map. As you know in pp the blocks come out the opposite.
I am having a time with blogger. After I load a pic, I can't seam to get to the left even though I click on the aleigment tab.
I will not be showing the workups on the other blocks, just the completed blocks, unless I find something I have to work out.
Here is a pdf file for my friends at the quilt board of the Cathederal Windows. You can get it Catwin