I was really apprehensive doing the Texas star version that represents our Guild's logo as the blocks is really small to incorporate all the little pieces. The first one I did earlier this year, ended up in the trash as I just could not get all the points to match up. At that stage I thought it best to do another block or just omit this row, but as it is our Guild's logo, it didn't really made sense. So, whilst stitching all the other rows, this stayed in my mind and I finally came up with a solution by buying tracing paper which weighs only 50 grams to the 80 grams of normal paper to use for the paper piecing method.
I started with this row of which I stitched 12 as well as another 12 without the squares on the edges.
The centre pieces looked like this:
and this is how the completed blocks looks like after assembling the 48 different pieces
which I made in the two colour ways. By pressing some of the seams open as well, it really helped with the bulky seams. I also kept the paper pieces at the back until the row of 6 blocks was completely finished. It did took 2.5 hours to unpick all the paper pieces, but they did what they were suppose to do - lining up all the corners.