Pretty Fabrics Give These Stars a Vintage Vibe

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Intricate stars shimmer across the surface of this pretty quilt. While it looks complex, half-square triangles in varying sizes make up the wonderful design.

The quilt is lovely made up in softly colored fabrics with a vintage vibe. However, stronger colors will be just as beautiful.

Nesting Stars Quilt Pattern

Choose 15-20 coordinated fat quarters for interest and variety. Tie them all together with a beautiful border fabric.

Nesting Stars Quilt Pattern

This version, by Lindsey’s aunt, has sashing between blocks.

The finished quilt, designed by Lindsey Weight from Primrose Cottage Quilts, is 64″ x 64″.

Click here to purchase the “Nesting Stars” quilt pattern.

One of the blocks, which measures 17″ square, will make a lovely little quilt for your wall or table. The following examples, made by Lindsey Weight as part of a sew-along, shows how beautiful the block is in Christmas colors.

Nesting Stars Quilt Block

Nesting Stars Quilt Block

The quilt itself is gorgeous in a variety of Christmas fabrics. The following photos are also from Primrose Cottage Quilts.

Nesting Stars Quilt

Nesting Stars Quilt

“Nesting Stars” in Winterberry.

Nesting Stars Quilt

Quilt by @quiltforjoy found on Pinterest.

Have fun playing with colors and fabric to make your own special version.


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