Play with Color for This Charming Block

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It’s Great in a Variety of Quilt Projects!

This pretty block is so charming and will be great in many types of quilt projects. It’s also wonderful in any color theme.

Bright colors give it a festive look while a more subdued palette is classy and elegant. Plus it can take on many looks by varying the values.

Pop Star Quilt Block Pattern

Block from Flamingo Toes.

The block was designed by Heather Peterson for the Riley Blake 2022 Quilt Block Challenge (learn more here). You’ll find free patterns for all of the challenge blocks here and the completed sampler quilt and several block examples here.

Pop Star Quilt Block Pattern

Block by Amy Smart.

Pop Star Quilt Block Pattern

Block from Riley Blake.

While the block is a bit more complex than some, it’s constructed with familiar units. Starch, along with careful cutting and sewing, will help the pieces go together nicely.

Pop Star Quilt Block Pattern

Block from Texas Quilt Gal.

Pop Star Quilt Block Pattern

Block by Heather Peterson.

Pop Star Quilt Block Pattern

Block from Thimble Storm.

Pop Star Quilt Block Pattern

The completed block is 10″ square. Learn more about the block here.

Click here for the free “Pop Star Quilt Block Pattern” (block #11).


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