Monday, January 16, 2012

Scrap Jar Stars ~ Tutoroial & Giveaway!

 I L♥VE scrappy quilts! 
I love the idea of making something beautiful and original out of seemingly nothing.  I love the idea of making something useful with little or no cost. 
I love that sense of nostalgia I get when I see an old, worn, hand-quilted quilt, that was pieced together with scraps saved over the course of many years.  Scrap quilts are charming to say the least!  That's why I had so much fun making these little cuties a few weeks ago.  I called them my Scrap Jar Stars.


Shortly after posting this photo, my friend Jodi {from Pleasant Home} emailed me and said those stars were just the thing she was looking for to round out her 2012 Sew Scraps Along!  She's a girl after my own ♥ and I love that she's dedicating the whole month to sewing with scraps, including lots of great tutorials and giveaways!  Head on over to Pleasant Home for all the fun details!


Jodi asked me if I'd post a tutorial of my Scrap Jar Stars and maybe give away a few scraps as part of the fun.  I was flattered as could be that she asked and happy to do a giveaway.  Hopefully, one gals scraps will be another quilters treasure!

So here we are.  A little tutorial just for you! 


As part of the Sew Scraps Along, I decided to make up another colorway of my Scrap Jar Stars.  I pulled out my reds, navys, blues and aquas from my scrap jars.  I'm loving these colors against the white.  A happy and fresh combo if you ask me.  Of course, there's a million different possibilities, so pull out some of your favorite scraps and let's get started!


Cutting
(per block)

(12) 2" bright squares
(12) 2" white squares
(4) 2" x 3-1/2" white rectangles
(4) 4-1/4" white squares*
(4) 4-1/4" bright squares*

* Note: Cut more than 4 for more variety!


I like to make one block first and then when I know what I'm doing I use an assembly line for the rest. So you might like to multiply the cutting requirements (above) by however many blocks you are making. It seems to go quicker that way.


Assembly

Make Star Points: 
You will need 8 Half-Square Triangle blocks for each star.  Each pair of bright/white 4-1/4" squares will make two HST blocks.  Make extra HST's for more variety in your star points :)

Step 1: On each of your bright colored 4-1/4" squares, draw a diagonal line from corner to corner.  Pair up each bright square with a white square with right sides together (RST).

Step 2: Use a 1/4" seam allowance to sew along both sides of the line.

Step 3: Cut on the line to form two HST's.

Step 4: Press the seams towards the dark side.


Step 5: Use a ruler to trim the HST blocks to 3-1/2" square.  By starting out a little big and trimming down to 3-1/2" square your star points will be more exact.  I like to use my small 6-1/2" square ruler to do this step.  Set the HST's aside. 

Make 16-Patch:
Lay out sixteen 2" squares next to your sewing machine (alternating 8 white with 8 bright).  Use a 1/4" seam allowance to sew the squares together in rows. 


Press seams towards the bright fabrics.  Then, sew the rows together (butting up alternating seams against each other and pinning in place).  Press row seams in one direction.  Set aside.


Assemble Star Blocks:
First, lay out 2 HST blocks on each side of the 16-patch block to make the 8 star points.


Sew each set of HST's together with RST.  Press the seams open.



Sew two of the sets of HST's to opposite sides of the 16-patch.  Press seams towards the 16-patch.


Before sewing the other sets of HST on, you will need to make the corner blocks.  I like to sew them together at this point (instead of earlier) so that I can make sure the bright corner fabric is not the same as the two star points on either side of it.  So lay out the desired 2" bright colored squares in what will be each of the outer corners of the star block.  Then lay out a 2" white square next to it (on the inside) and a 3-1/2" rectangle above or below them (depending on which side of the 16-patch unit you will be sewing it on to).

Make the corner blocks by first sewing a bright 2" square to a white 2" square with RST.  Press seam towards the bright square.  Then sew that unit to a 3-1/2" white rectangle and press seams towards the white rectangle.



Sew a corner block to each side of a set of HST's, making sure to keep the bright square in the outer corner (see photograph below). 


Sew two of these units to the sides of the 16-patch unit to complete the Scrap Jar Star.


This unit should measure 12-1/2" unfinished.

I made four blocks and sashed them with (4) 2" x 12-1/2" white strips and (1) 2" bright colored square in the middle.  I'm still deciding whether to make a table topper or a throw size quilt.  Any thoughts???


So there you go!  I hope you liked this tutorial
(and I hope it all made sense ~ my brain is fried right now :)
They're really fun to make and if you haven't been there already,
go to Pleasant Home to see Jodi's "camping" colorway! 

Speaking of Jodi, ever since she contacted me about her Sew Scraps Along, I have been looking forward to emptying out my scrap jars for a giveaway.  It's a new year and time for a fresh start!  If you'd like to enter to win some of mine, please leave a fun comment below.

* THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED *
Here are the details:

Giveaway will end on Saturday, January 21st at midnight.
Leave one comment below for one entry.
For a second entry, leave another comment telling me that you're a follower.
I will announce a winner on Monday.

Happy Sewing!
Amber

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Marilee said...

I think it's great that you publish patterns as a business and offer free tutorials. Very generous.

Heather said...

Oh my gosh, SO cute!!! I love your red and blue colors choices. I will definitely be making this! Thank you!
Heather

Heather said...

Okay, now I'm a follower!

Heather :)

c said...

Very inspiring to use up my r/w/b scraps to further making soldier quilts, thank you for everything

aka kingcooper0001@aol.com

Linda said...

Great idea for using scraps. I love stars anyway and this is a winner!

Sheri said...

Love the stars! What is your definition of a scrap...smaller than a fat quarter.....small leftovers after cutting?

Sheri said...

Just became a follower. Great blog!

Kate/Massachusetts said...

Awesome tutorial! Thank you for posting it and thank you to Jodi for linking to it! It's on my soon to-do list!

Amber is my MIL's name! I've always loved it. My FIL is named Manley...please tell me that isn't your husband's name! :-)

mblittle5 said...

What a cute star. I'd just love to win some of your scraps. Thanks.

mblittle5 said...

I'm a new follower.

PEGGY said...

I love your blocks and even started making some myself!!! I was calling them Peg's Scrappedy Star blocks :)
I would love to win some of your scraps to add to mine.
Peggy in NJ

Katie said...

Great Pattern - I PINNED it!

Katie said...

I'm following you now. . and I LOVE the name of your blog. . so cute!

BJ is Quilting! said...

Beautiful scrappy stars! Thanks for the giveaway.

Pat said...

this is a great block, especially set with white - all those colors pop! thanks for the chance to win some scraps!

Pat said...

I'm following you now - great blog!

BJ is Quilting! said...

I am a follower!

Linwood & Margaret said...

I found your site from Jodi"s blog. I really like the look of your scsrp jar block. Thank you so much for sharing.

Rosa said...

I love this pattern and hope I give it a try.thanks for sharing this beautiful scrap tutorial!

Rosa said...

I`m new follower who arrived from Jodi`s blog and glad to have found you.

pinsandneedles said...

Pretty stars and scrappy too! I love it! I've been following Jodi's Sew Scrap Along ..so much fun! Thanks for a chance to win.

pinsandneedles said...

I'm already one of your followers!

Connie said...

Great pattern, I would love to win some of your scraps!

Connie said...

I'm already a follower, thanks!

Carol said...

Cute cute star pattern. I love them and alot of my quilts have stars in them. Thanks for the chance to win. quiltexas@gmail.com

Carol said...

Hi again. I am a follower now and so happy to find your blog! quiltexas@gmail.com

Jill S. said...

I love your cute star pattern! Pinning right now :) Thanks for the beautiful tutorial!

Wivi said...

What a great tutorial. Just what I will sew if I win.

Wivi said...

I'm a follower.

Jess said...

I love the stars and scrappy stars just makes it better. Thank you so much for the tutorial.

jessica.breidinger@yahoo.com

Jess said...

I am a new follower. I am so excited to follow your blog.

Renea said...

I love scraps. Thanks for the tutorial and the giveaway.

Renea said...

I am a new follower.

Mary said...

I am a scrap-happy quilter and love this pattern. Both colorways you have done are gorgeous. I think the red, white and blue one would be an awesome tabletopper for July.
Thanks so much for sharing your tutorial. This is definitely a must-make for me.

Mary said...

I am a follower. I would be thrilled to win some of your scraps. Other people's scraps are always so much fun to use!

Cheryl said...

trying again follower of both blogs love them. This is just the scrappy block to get my butt into gear using up my scraps. So please put my name in the hat. Thanks

Cindy said...

I am a new follower now. Love your blog.

Chris, Kristina, Nathan and Audrey... said...

Love Love Love!!! Definitely going to be pulling out my reds and blues and making one! Thanks so much for sharing!
-Kristina

Rachel said...

Love this block, Amber. Scraps and stars - two of my favourite quilty things. Thanks for sharing!

Rachel said...

Of course I'm a follower ;)

Cindy said...

Love your scrap jar stars and the colors you used! Great tutorial- thanks for sharing! I would love to win some of your scraps!:)

Cindy said...

Am also now a follower!!:)

Lindsay said...

OMG. I love this block. It is moving to the top of my list for sure. Thank you for the wonderful tutorial!!!!

Lindsay said...

I am a follower of your wonderful blog!

Wendi said...

I love you Scrap Jar Stars! They're so fresh, and a great tutorial. I'm going to have to give these a try. : )

Kami Gimenez said...

Ohhhh I love scrappy quilts! I just finished my first one this week! I'm going to pair your block with some Dresdens on my next scrappy adventure. Thanks for the tutorial!

Kami Gimenez said...

I'm a follower!

Kim said...

How cute and doesn't everything look crisp and clean when set with white?
thanks for the chance to win your fun scraps.....everyone knows it is more fun to sew with another quilters scraps!

Happy Sewing

LC said...

As an extremely beginner quilter (I just started my first quilt today, actually. Yay!), this block looks pretty intimidating. I'm going to save this super cool block for when I've got a little more experience under my belt. Can't wait!

LC said...

I'm a follower.

Peggy said...

this is excellent as I am starting to make some scrap quilts for charity/donation quilts. I think I will incorporate this block. Thanks.

LJ said...

A follower? Yes, your blog is new to me today and I love what I'm seeing.

LJ said...

Amber, this block is adorable. Thank you for the tut. Thanks,too, Pleasant Home, for pointing me to Amber.

Stacey said...

I am a scrappy girl myself. I love your stars. Thanks for the opportunity. Happy Quilting.

Patty said...

I love your scrappy stars and would love some scraps to make one for myself.

Erin said...

I love it ...I'm part of a quilting bee and I think I've found my block....hope that's ok?

Erin said...

I'm a follower, of this great site.

bd46245e-1770-11e1-a2b3-000f20980440 said...

I love scraps, I love stars. Having them combined is Love X2!

Quiltaholic said...

I just can't express how grateful I am that you would actually post such a wonderful, visually clear tutorial for Newbie's like me to learn from. I have been wanting to make this block since I saw it over a year ago! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! *HUUGS* ~Bridgette :)

Melissa said...

These are beautiful and one of the next things on my to-do list!

Signe said...

looking forward to making this!!! the tutorial seems easy to follow... decided to be a blog follower:)on pinterest too!

Melissa said...

I'm a new follower :)

One Sassy Quilter said...

There is nothing like the feeling of making a quilt completely out of scraps...especially the ones I rescue from my mom-in-law's trash can!
onesassyquilter at gmail dot com

One Sassy Quilter said...

I'm a follower too.

Caro said...

Love the block and a great, clear tutorial. I love scraps too!!

Christi said...

I am a new follower of your blog!!

Christi said...

I am excited to find your blog...thank you for your creativity!!

Cecilia said...

I love this block. I think it would look great as a throw. I'm just sayin..:-)

Cecilia said...

I'm a new follower. Thanks for the giveaway and for the tutorial.

Richard Healey said...

I love your choice of colors bright and pretty. My wife is not into bright colors and as such I have mostly blaw in material. Love the quilt blocks the stars with the corner blocks are my favorite.


http://richardquilts.blogspot.com

Richard Healey said...

I am also a follower.


http://richardquilts.blogspot.com

Melody - Simple Life in Georgia said...

What beautiful stars!

Debby said...

Love this!! I am working on "Quilts of Valor" this will be perfect for leftover scraps to get and extra quilt to donate, thanks so much!! I am a follower/

Flora Pena said...

Thank you so much for this wonderful tutorial. Just the perfect pattern for all my scraps. Its 2:20 in the am and i really want to get up and try a block.

Flora Pena said...

Just came across your wonderful blog and you definately have a nefw follower. Thank you for being so generous.

Béa said...

Very beautiful pattern. Thanks for the tuto & giveaway.

Béa said...

I am a new follower !

Candace said...

I just discovered your blog and I absolutely love this quilt. I like to make 16 patches as leader enders and this quilt would be perfect. Thank you for sharing.

kt said...

Love your scrap jar stars! Thanks for the great tutorial!

kt said...

I am a follower!

Valerie said...

Count me in. HST are still a huge challenge for me, but I love, love, love sixteen patch blocks and am inspired to give this a try!

diane said...

Scraps, scraps and more scraps. Love your scrappy quilt!

diane said...

I'm a follower............

ylrbmk said...

I really like the scrappy look. I've built up quite a bit of scraps. I'm thinking about making a string quilt to use up some of them.

Barb said...

I love your red and blue bright stars! I thought that I had a lot of scraps but after watching the sew along and surfing the sites, I have decided that I better start collecting. My stash needs augmenting.
Thanks for your tutorial and give away.

Lee said...

Thanks for the tutorial! great quilt!

Paula said...

Hi! Jodi from Pleasant Home sent me :)
Thanks you for the tutorial, love your scrappy quilt, so cute! And would love to win some of your scraps, thanks for the chance!
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

Paula said...

I'm a follower
ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

eamylove said...

I'm happy to say I'm a follower already!

Gisaco said...

So happy! I was looking for a simple quilt to make for a table cover ... and here you are! This will be my first real quilting project and I'm stoked to get started!

eamylove said...

This block is amazing! So cute, whether the brights are random or color-coordinated. I am definitely making something with this tutorial! Thanks!

Gisaco said...

And, now I'm following you as well.

Amy said...

Love this pattern! Amy @ gasudimack(at)sbcglobal(dot)net

SassyCathy said...

I love to "scrap". And yes, I agree one woman's scraps are another woman's stash! :)
Your Scrap Jar Stars are adorable! NICE tutorial.
Thank you for the chance to win some of your pieces.
Piece, Love, and Smiles!
Cathy Byrd
byrd at gulftel.com

SassyCathy said...

I'm a follower. Lead us onward with a pieceful heart :)
Cathy Byrd
byrd at gulftel.com

Sharon said...

I love scrappy quilts I 'm a follower. Loce your blog

Linda said...

Thanks so much for the great tutorial on scrappy jar star.
I am your newest follower.
Thanks for a great giveaway.

Linda K said...

Thanks so much for the tutorial. I think this would make a great Quilt of Valor. Our group always has lots of patriotic fabrics donated and scrappy quilts are the way to go.

Linda K said...

I've been a follower on Reader for quite some time. Your quilts and designs are terrific! Thanks for the chance to win some scraps. Can never have enough!!

Audrey said...

I love dots and checks and star patterns, so I really loved your scrap jar stars that combine them all! Thanks for the great tutorial!

mtnquiltr said...

I'm saving your tute for future use in my overflowing scrap basket. Thanks for the chance!

mtnquiltr said...

I'm a new follower!

Kira said...

I have red and blue star fabric waiting for this. Thanks for the teaching moment.

Kira said...

Following too, especially after reading back through your January posts.

2lovebirds said...

I love you tutorial! Thank you for sharing with us!

2lovebirds said...

I'm a new follower!!! Thanks again!!!

ladyof2 said...

Thanks for the tutorial!

Theresa N. said...

Love your scrap jar stars, excellent way to use it up.
Theresa N
weceno(at)yahoo(dot)com

Theresa N. said...

I'm a follower.
Theresa N
weceno(at)yahoo(dot)com

Debi said...

Lovely blog. I'm a new follower....goingto give your scap quilt a try!! Thanks for sharing!!

jane said...

I'd like to make a scrappy star quilt too

judys said...

Totally love the scrappy stars - combines both the scraps and stars I'm finding I really like! These are such good projects for me to try out this 'quilting' thing. Thank you.

Julie said...

i am pinning this tutorial! thank you !

Oma said...

I love these blocks and will be looking through my scrap basket to make some!! I follow you using google reader.

mushroommommy said...

Love this tutorial! Thanks. I'm a newbie.

Heather A said...

Thanks for the great tutorial. I love this idea for using scraps. I don't have many scraps yet because I'm quite new to quilting. I would love to have some of your leftovers.

The Nifty Stitcher said...

You have such a great blog that I have decided to follow you - and when I get to the bottom of your post - you are having a giveaway!
Fantastic tutorial for a great block - definately gonna make that one. Thank you.

Jennie P. said...

I really love these scrap jar stars! I'm going to have to give it a try.

Jennie P. said...

I'm a new follower. I came over from another blog who had listed some tutorials.

Sewcando said...

What a great tute. Love the stars and love the scrappy center. Thanks for doing this.

Sylke said...

Thanks for your tutorial :)

Heidi Staples said...

What a darling pattern. Thanks for doing the giveaway!

Heidi Staples said...

I'm also a follower!

Lori said...

Love stars. Love scraps. Together, they are the perfect combination.

Katie said...

Love your scrappy stars. Thanks for the tutorial and the chance to win!

Fran said...

These scrappy stars are gorgeous! Thanks for the tutorial & for the lovely giveaway.

Fran said...

I'm a happy follower, thanks.

Nancy said...

The first picture of scrappy stars won my heart. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE IT!!! And I HAVE to make some just like them! Thanks for offering this giveaway!

Nancy said...

I'm already a follower. Thanks again!

Nicky said...

I follow! : -)

Nicky said...

Brilliant stars - love your rainbow version! And have rainbow charms coming to me! Could be a perfect match! Thanks for the Tute!

Meri said...

I'm loving this! Thanks for a chance to win!

Meri said...

I'm now a follower!

Carla said...

I love your star.

Carla said...

I am a follower. :)

quiltingcheri said...

I love the tutorial, I'm sure I will make it. Thanks so much for sharing such a wonderful pattern!

quiltingcheri said...

I am most definitely a follower!!

Jill S. said...

Squeeking in before this is up! This is my year to use up scraps and you bet this block is on my list!

Jill S. said...

I am a follower, too!

~Dawn~ said...

I'm a new follower....thanks for the giveaway!

Cathy said...

I hav followed you for a while and not commented, but I love this star. Since I am getting my scraps in order this is a perfect project for me. I am working ona pinwheel right now, but as soon as I finish this is next!!!

thanks for the tutorial.
cathy

Jayme said...

I love that star block!!!!!! So cute! Thanks for the tutorial!!!

CAS said...

This looks like a really fun block to make. Thanks so much for sharing at the Scraps Along. I'm a new follower!

Dian said...

Hi, Love the use for small scraps. I just got a bag of 2" sq's and am happy, happy, happy.
Dian in CA

Gwen @ Gwenny Penny said...

I made a doll quilt using your tutorial for this block. Love it! Thanks for the great instructions :)

http://www.gwennypenny.com/2012/02/scrap-jar-stars-doll-quilt.html

quiltcat said...

by this super scrapstar I will be a new follower and hope I can win the great give away from you. your ideas are very beautiful and great and I am also a great scrapquiltfan.
mg elfriede from österreich

Shebandowan said...

Thank you for the wonderful tutorial and the chance to win your giveaway.

Janet

Shebandowan said...

I am a follower via email.

Janet

Patricia Lessell said...

Hi,

Thank you so much for that GREAT tutorial. I just loved your block. Now I am going to have to spend hours reading the rest of your blog. Thanks also for the chance of winning.
Patti
American by birth and MOUTH but British in ever other way

Patricia Lessell said...

I am now a follower on here and also by email.
Patti xxx
American by birth and MOUTH but British in every other way

Chelsea said...

those are so cute! I've been randomly cutting scrap squares waiting for inspiration to strike and I think this might be it!

Kim said...

Can I just say how much I love these blocks! I've got a full box of scraps that I thought I'd never get round to using - I sat and cut out blocks in front of the TV the last few nights and yesterday sewed six blocks - they're addictive! I'm going to make a big colourful quilt for on the hammock in summer. Thank you for a wonderful tutorial!

ultraorganized said...

I love having a visual and your tutorial is great -- I put this on the "list" for not to far in the future -- the amount of scaps are growing -- thanks:) Terry

A.S.K.-P. said...

Found you & this wonderful tutorial via Pinterest. I just LOVE this block!

Karen said...

Hi Amber, thanks for the great tutorial, as soon as I get my machine back from servicing I'll be having a go at this! :-)

Karen said...

I'm also a happy follower :-)

Jean said...

I <3 scraps

Jean said...

I' will be following you shortly

SewCalGal said...

I love scrap quilts and am a firm believer that scraps like to breed. Of course my scraps are very interested in getting closely acquainted with your scraps and making something beautiful together!

Thanks for the great tutorial!

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

linny said...

Love this tutorial. I have lots of scraps but always love other people's scraps. I am a follower by email.
lyn.robyn.smith@gmail.com

Mommmmmm! said...

I came to this tutorial via Pinterest. I was immediately drawn to the colors used in the image that was pinned. I am not a quilter, but I love quilts! So, I thought I would check the tutorial out and fell in love! I had to make one, and thanks to your fantastic tutorial I made a red/white/and blue picnic quilt for a wedding present. You inspired me and turned me into a quilter! Bonus, I was able to do the whole thing with stuff I had on hand! Thank you for your generosity with sharing the pattern/tutorial with the rest of us.

Rockester said...

Hi Amber,
I know your giveaway is over long ago. But I wanted to post and tell you that I totally agree with you on the philosophy you have on scraps and making something beautiful from 'nothing'. When I saw your opening statement on this post, I knew you had the same practical concept that I grew up with. Beautiful things are made by hand from the imagination and from the heart. Bravo.

Jamie Lee said...

I saw this on Sew It's Midnight Mama and love it, especially in red, white, and blue, You can never go wrong with those colors. I love it!

Karen said...

Thanks so much for sharing this! I can't wait to give it a whirl :)

Sheila said...

I know it's been a long time since you posted this, but I just finished my version of your Scrap Jar Stars, a quilt 55 x 65". My 16 patches used identical 2 1/4" squares I had, and I adjusted the rest of the star to fit. Blocks were 15" instead of your 12.5". Let me know if you want a photo...I did it all in red/white/blue. Thanks for the inspiration!

Char said...

Thank you so much for sharing this pattern! It would be a really cute charity baby quilt for my guild.
Char

Rachel Estes said...

I love these so much that I just featured them on my blog! Feel free to check it out at http://littlebitsofeverythingqce.blogspot.com/2013/04/pinned-it-friday-rachel-edition_26.html
Thank you and I can't wait to make some of these!
~Rachel

Amelia Clark said...

This is my first time to this site but my friend has told me about your work and you are very very good!Scrapbooking

Elaine said...

I'm a sucker for the red, white and blue theme. Love this easy peasy pattern!They have me starry eyed!

Brenda Houlihan said...

Hello from England
I have just completed the scrap jar quilt with wonderful results.
Thanks so much for your generosity in sharing.
I have photos of this lovely quilt and if you wanted I can email them to you.
all the best and happy sewing
Brenda Houlihan
james.houlihan@ntlworld.com

Cassie Dancause said...

I recently started quilting & came across your block on pinterest. I was very excited to see it because I try every class to turn in a different block. We have to make 2 blocks. 1 the teacher assigns us & the other we have to usea given fabric in anyway we choose. This mmonth's fabric is more patriotic so this is perfect! And I love stars! Thanks so much!

Wild Irish said...

Hi what size are these blocks finished, I'm looking for inspiration for my bee blocks, have never taken part in a quilting bee before. Love the red/navy/blue combination. Many thanks Rose

crazykwilter6 said...

Great use of scraps. I save everything and this is a new idea I will use.

crazykwilter6 said...

I am a new follower

Amber Johnson said...

Rose,

The size of these blocks are 12" finished. I'm glad you like them. Good luck with your bee.

Happy quilting!
Amber

quiltbutikfrokenflink said...

Hi!
I am starting your wonderfull quilt today here in Sweden. I linked to your website and used a Picture to show what I was making on my blog
thank you for the lovely tutorial:-)
Fröken Flink
Barbara Karlsson

Therese said...

What a great tutorial! Thanks, I love using up every bit of fabric and this is just the way to do it.

Therese said...

What a great tutorial! Thanks, I love using up every bit of fabric and this is just the way to do it.

Material Girl said...

Love this block, I've made 4 quilts with 2" squares already and I still have a lot left, so I've been keeping my eye open for a new way to use up some more of them, I love stars so this pattern is going to go into my box of 2" squares for sure!! Thank-you for the tutorial!!

Liz said...

I love this star thank you for the tutorial

Conniecrafter said...

Love this design, thanks for sharing the tutorial

Patricia Meilu said...

Muito boa matéria, bastante completa. Obrigado por compartilhar.

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