SEW, on with the class, here is our teacher "Molly, Molly, Molly".
The one thing that really helped me was to use the diagram of the block, letter the pieces and then put a snippet of fabric on each area to help keep me straight.
Then the cutting of the pieces began:
It is important to put your pieces in baggies that are numbered so you don't get them all mixed up.
Here is my work station. Having the flannel board also helped to lay out my block.
We did it! We completed our blocks! We all used the same pattern, but different fabrics. Look how different they all look.
And here is the group with our feathered star quilts.
L-R -- Annale, Kathleen, Rhonda, Me, and kneeling is the teacher, Molly.And, finally, my finished top. I ran out of the original background fabric I was using, but I think the fabric I found to put the block on point works. Now to get this baby quilted!