It’s Sure to Make a Big Impression!
Stars sparkle against crayon colors in this eye-catching quilt. It’s a fun design that is sure to attract attention.
While the stars would often be made with Flying Geese units, in this case, the snowball sew-and-flip method was used. Not only is that easier but you can’t lose the star points. Nice! And, that also makes this quilt quite doable for confident beginners.
Bright tone-on-tone prints work beautifully with light gray and white. However, any color theme will be just as charming.
It’s also a quick project for quilters of all skill levels. And, you may not be able to tell from the photo but the example was quilted with a machine serpentine stitch, adding nice texture to the quilt.
The completed quilt, designed by Rachelle Craig, is 63 3/4″ x 63 3/4″.
You’ll find the “Quadrant Stars” quilt pattern in Classic Blocks Revisited.
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