This Vintage Block is Updated for Today’s Quilters

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Two Sizes Are Provided for a Variety of Projects!

A popular vintage pattern for this charming block has been updated for today’s quilters. Originally called Star of Bethlehem, this version, designed by Lori Holt of Bee in My Bonnet, is called Grandma’s Star.

Lori made blocks in two sizes using selections from her Farm Girl Vintage fabric line (available here while supplies last).

Farm Girl Vintage Fabric Line

The colorful prints have a distinctly vintage feel that works perfectly in this block.

Grandma's Star Block Pattern

Many fabric styles and color themes will be lovely, too. Choose your favorites and make as many blocks as you need for your project. The block will be lovely in many types of projects, including a full sized quilt.

Grandma's Star Block Pattern

Since there are so many seams, Lori presses them open for a flatter block. She provides instructions for both a 6″ and 12″ block.

Click here for the free “Grandma’s Star” quilt block tutorial.


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