How to make a 12.5″ square woven star quilt block. This is not a block with clever cutting and sewing techniques; it has straightforward instructions. With careful cutting, measuring, pressing, and sewing, you will have a beautiful quilt block!
These directions will make a Saluting Star quilt block that is 12.5″ by 12.5″ with 1/4″ seam allowances, so the finished size will be 12″ by 12.”
Flying geese can be difficult to sew. These foolproof directions will help you create four flying geese blocks that are the perfect size: 2″ by 3.5″
The nested sawtooth star is an attractive, traditional quilt block that is not too hard to put together. Follow these foolproof instructions for a beautiful quilt block.
The sawtooth star does not have to be hard to make. Follow these foolproof instructions for all skill levels to make a 6.5″x6.5″ block.
My best tips for cutting fabric while you are quilting, so you won’t make the same mistakes I have made.
This pattern will make 3.5″ by 6.5″ flying geese with three colors. These blocks are used in the pinwheel star quilt block. It uses the 4-at-a-time method.
These instructions will make a 12.5″x12.5″ pinwheel star block, including 1/4″ seam allowances. The pinwheel is super simple to make!
How to create two 4.5″ hourglass quilt blocks from two 5.5″ squares (one in each color). The hourglass block is a building block for larger blocks such as the wandering star block.
These directions will make a wandering star block that is 12.5″ by 12.5″ with 1/4″ seam allowances, so the finished size will be 12″ by 12.”