Turn an Easy Star Into a Pretty Wallhanging

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It Makes a Charming Table Topper, Too!

One simple star becomes a lovely wall or table quilt with the addition of a wide scrappy border. This is an easy project that finishes quickly, and one you’ll enjoy putting on display any time of the year.

It’s also a great project for scraps. Choose a wide variety of prints for a beautiful scrappy look.

Eight-Point Star Wallhanging Pattern

Vintage-style prints are so pretty in this quilt but consider other print styles, as well. For example, batiks in your favorite colors will produce a beautiful variation.

The finished quilt, designed by Sue Marsh for Whistlepig Creek Productions, is 30″ x 30″.

You’ll find the pattern for the “Eight-Point Star Wallhanging” in Runners: Bed & Tabletop.

Click here to purchase Runners: Bed & Tabletop.

The print version is available here.


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