Three Simple Blocks Make Up This Easy Sampler Quilt!
Hone your eye for color, value and fabric placement with this charming quilt pattern. Three classic star blocks turn into 10 different stars simply by changing the placement of colors and values within each block. Once you’re done you’ll have a beautiful sampler quilt to enjoy for years to come.
You’ll have fun selecting fabrics for this quilt. The pieces for the star blocks can be cut from scraps, pre-cuts or yardage. Only eight different fabrics give the piano key border a scrappy look.
Soft pastels and 1930s reproduction prints are perfect for a baby quilt. Bolder colors or those that match your decor will make a lovely table topper. Add more star blocks for a lap or bed quilt.
The pattern, by Barbara Weiland of Jo-Lydia’s Attic, is for a 45 1/2″ x 45 1/2″ quilt.
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