Instructions are Provided for Two Block Sizes!
One simple block repeats several times to make a lovely and endearing quilt. This is a great project for scraps or go with a more coordinated color combination.
Sixteen Starflower blocks make up the quilt. They’re easy to make using squares and half-square triangles. Just sew the blocks together in a 4 x 4 grid for the completed quilt top.
Learn more about this quilt at City House Studio.
The original block tutorial is no longer available but we were able to determine that a 12″ block was used. That yields a quilt of about 48″ square. For a larger quilt, add more blocks or make them larger.
The following instructions, from Quilters Cache, are for a 12″ block.
Always Crafty Lady has written a tutorial for a block that finishes at 18.5″. That would yield a 74″ square quilt.
Whichever size you make, her tutorial nicely explains how the block goes together and how best to press to minimize bulk.
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