These Complex Stars Are Easier Than They Look

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Instructions Are Provided for 3 Quilt Sizes!

The complex stars in this beautiful quilt are really quite simple to make, even for beginning quilters. Use a variety of scraps and tie all the stars together with the sashing and border.

You can also use fat quarters or yardage and go with a more coordinated color scheme. Give yours a scrappy look or not, depending on what suits you.

Star Power Quilt

This quilt can take on so many looks. Bright and bold fabrics give it a cheerful, and even playful look. More muted colors will be more sophisticated. You can even give it a vintage look like the one shown above.

Star Power Quilt

The pattern, from Pleasant Valley Creations, includes instructions for three quilt sizes:

  • Crib size: 38″ x 47 1/2″
  • Twin size: 70″ x 89″
  • Queen Size: 99″ x 118″

Click here to purchase the “Star Power” quilt pattern.



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