Yes, my scrappy Lemoyne star blocks are all together in their quilt. I'm quite pleased with how it came out, including the addition of my alternate pieced blocks. They provide a bit of a frame around the stars without overpowering them, so the attention is still on the stars.
That's Reggie, our eight year old corgi, in the lower right corner (with his toy octopus we call Paulie). When he sees the camera, he has to get in the picture. We have fewer photos of Dillie, the one year old corgi; well, she is the second dog, but the big reason is that every picture looks like this (or worse). Reggie poses but when Dillie sees the camera she runs right at it.
Back to the quilt. The seam lines show up in this photo, so you can see the construction. I made the Lemoyne stars using the Rapid Fire Lemoyne Star Ruler from Deb Tucker. Quite easy (but not a first or second quilt) and the pieces fit together very well. With this ruler, you can select the size of the block you want to make; mine are 7" finished.
And this is the pieced alternate block. It is also 7" finished, with the dark brown squares finishing at 1".
Now, to get it quilted! I'm already thinking about my next project.