This Block is Stunning in Any Color Theme

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Make One or Several for a Special Project!

This striking block is the first block of the Benjamin Franklin Mystery quilt from Erik Homemade. It’s a stunning block that can be used in many types of projects.

Add borders (or not) and finish one block for a beautiful table or wall quilt. Combine three for a runner, and more for a larger project.

Boston Star Quilt Block

While we love the Americana look and feel, the block will be great in other colors as well. Play with color to make your own wonderful version.

Boston Star Quilt Block

Block found on Pinterest. Notice the thin border on the center square to compensate for a piece of fabric that’s too small.

Boston Star Quilt Block

Block kit from Shea Leppo.

Boston Star Quilt Block

Block by Joanna from Needle, Thread, Happiness.

Boston Star Quilt Block

Block found on Pinterest.

The finished block is 12″ square. Learn more about it here. You can download instructions there, although it comes in three parts. Or get the full pattern in one piece at the link below.

Click here for the free “Boston Star Block” pattern.

You’ll need to add the pattern to cart and go through the checkout process but you won’t be charged for the block. Once you do, the pattern will appear in your member area.

 

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