This Striking Block Can Be Given Many Personalities

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Choose Between Two Block Sizes!

Make something special for patriotic holidays, or any time of the year with this striking block. While it’s stunning in red, white, and blue, other color themes work beautifully too.

Incorporate the block in a runner, table topper, or larger quilt. For example, imagine it as the center of a medallion quilt with a series of pieced and plain borders. Or make several blocks for a quilt and separate them with sashing. One block can also be finished off, with or without borders for a table or wall quilt.

Liberty Starburst Quilt Block Pattern

We love the many moods that can be created with this block. Choose a beautiful combination of colors and fabric styles to give it your own twist.

Liberty Starburst Quilt Block Pattern

Liberty Starburst Quilt Block

Paper piecing is used to construct the block. You’ll enjoy how easy it goes together and the precise results. The designer has created an excellent paper piecing tutorial which can be found here.

Liberty Starburst Quilt Block Pattern

Liberty Starburst Quilt Block Pattern

Liberty Starburst Quilt Block Pattern

Ingrid Alteneder from Joe June and Mae provides instructions for two block sizes:

  • 12”x 12” (12 ½“x 12 ½“ unfinished)
  • 16”x 16” (16 ½“x 16 ½“ unfinished)

Click here to purchase the “Liberty Starburst Quilt Block” pattern.


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