Make Something Special with This Beautiful Star Block

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It’s Great in Quilts for Any Season!

This beautiful star block will be wonderful in a Christmas or winter quilt, either on its own or combined with other types of blocks. We can easily imagine it in quilts for other seasons as well, since it will be pretty in any color theme and even tipped on point for a totally different look.

Choose between two sizes and have fun working the block into your own unique quilt design. Or add borders to the small block and finish it as a potholder or hot pad. Several of the larger version will be lovely sewn end to end with sashing in between for a table runner.

Star Block Pattern

Standard piecing is used to construct the block, making it doable for all skill levels. As always, accurate cutting and piecing will produce the best results.

Star Quilt Block Pattern

Block by Camille.

Instructions are provided by the designer, Sandra Healy, for both 12″ and 6″ square blocks.

Click here to purchase the “Star Quilt Block” pattern.

Sandra designed the Star block to go with her series of Nativity blocks. You can purchase the Nativity block bundle here (which includes the Star block pattern for two sizes).

Nativity Quilt Block Pattern Bundle


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