Make a Spinning Stars Quilt in One of 5 Sizes

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Completely Change the Look of This Scrappy Quilt by Changing Background Fabrics!

You’re sure to have fun playing with the design of this quilt. While the center sections are made from scraps for a scrappy look, the white bands and the yellow and blue background pieces can be anything you like.

It’s amazing how changing one or both of those areas totally transforms the quilt. Click here to check out the variations made by designer Anna Maria Horner. They’re sure to spark your imagination.

Spinning Stars Quilt Pattern

Piecing this quilt is fairly simple, although you will need to take care so the center points align. There is no curved piecing, and simple machine outline or stitch-in-the-ditch quilting will finish it off quickly. Or, do as the designer has done and hand quilt with colored thread.

Spinning Stars Quilt Pattern

Quilt by Cynthia at Hyacinth Quilt Designs.

The “Spinning Stars” quilt pattern comes with instructions for 5 sizes:

  • Crib – 36″ x 54″, 6 blocks
  • Throw – 54″ x 54″, 9 blocks
  • Twin/Full – 72″ x 90″, 20 blocks
  • Queen – 90″ x 108″, 30 blocks
  • King – 108″ x 108″, 36 blocks

Click here for the free “Spinning Stars” PDF tutorial.


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