Big Star Blocks Make a Striking Quilt

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Finish One Block for a Table Topper!

This beautiful quilt makes a big impact. Big blocks and strong contrasts combine for an eye-catching design.

Contrast your favorite color against white (or black) or go with a combination of colors (see several examples here). Either way you’re sure to have a quilt you love when it’s completed.

Franklin Star Quilt Pattern

The large 20″ blocks can be used in other ways, as well. Finish one block into a small wall or table quilt. Or combine four for a pretty baby quilt.

Franklin Star Quilt Pattern

The Triangle in a Square Ruler set will speed construction. Or use one of the other recommended rulers (all optional) for a quicker finish.

Franklin Star Quilt Pattern

Block by Bonnie Fredrickson.

Once completed, the quilt designed by Julie Cefalu from The Crafty Quilter is 72 1/2″ x 95 1/2″.

Click here to purchase the “Franklin Star” quilt pattern.

 

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