Ohio Star Quilt block instructions for the beginning quilter. Learn simple techniques to make this dynamic block. No specialty rulers or tools needed.
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The easy star block, which finishes at 6", is put together using a freestyle technique. An added plus is that it is created over-sized, then trimmed down.
Learn How To Make A Perfect Ohio Star Quilt Block using a Quarter Square Triangle.
Lots of free quilt block patterns and templates. Classic, traditional, and modern designs. Simple and easy blocks for beginners. 12 inch, 10 inch and other sizes.
I mentioned here that I made a center block for three different medallion quilts. Two are Marcelle Medallion blocks from the medallion pattern in the Liberty Love book. The third was for the design as you go Medallion project we’re currently working on with the Utah County Modern Quilt Group. For that block I decided to make a lone star [...]
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Yesterday, we explored 4 ways to use the leftover half-square triangles, and as I…
Feb blocks for the Peace Circle. Tutorial here: alittlebitbiased.blogspot.com/2012/01/scrap-jar-stars-tut...
Learn how to make a no y-seam eight point star quilt block with this easy video tutorial.
Want to learn to quilt? Easy Quilt Block Tutorials for Beginners will teach the basics of patchwork and give you the skills needed to make any quilt.
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This pdf pattern is to make a 6.5" block (6" finished). You will need some basic paper piecing knowledge in order to sew this block, although as far as paper piecing patterns go, this is a fairly simple one. The block can be used in smaller sewing projects or you could make multiple blocks for a quilt. It works well with a scrappy mix of fabrics, so use up that scrap stash of yours!
Make a Double Star quilt block. Instructions for 4 sizes. Learn the partial seams method to make this twinkling star block pattern.
We're so excited to share another free project with you! This one is called Seeing Stars, by Alex Anderson, and is from Make Star Quilts. FINISHED QUILT: 48 1/2˝ × 54 1/2˝ FINISHED BLOCK: 6˝ × 6˝ TOTAL NUMBEROF STAR BLOCKS: 27 I love Star quilts, so I guess it’s no surprise that I would include one in this book. I decided to emphasize the star motif by making the star points darker than the star centers (or “bellies”) and—taking my cue from modern quilters—chose a fresh, sparkling white for the background. As a finishing touch, I dropped in a few random polka dot squares for visual interest and to complement the polka dots I used in some of the blocks. Designed and pieced by Alex Anderson; machine quilted by Dianne Schweickert Materials Fabric amounts are based on a 42˝ fabric width. ASSORTED LIGHT TO DARK COLORFUL PRINTS: 1 yard total for stars WHITE SOLID: 3 yards for block backgrounds, filler strips, filler squares, outer border, and binding LIGHT PRINT: 1/4 yard for filler squares A TEAL AND A BLUE SUBTLE PRINT: 1/8 yard of each for flat piping BACKING: 3 yards of fabric (horizontal seam) BATTING: 53˝ × 59˝ Cutting All measurements include 1/4˝-wide seam allowance. Cut strips on the crosswise grain of the fabric (selvage to selvage) unless otherwise noted. See the introduction to Piecing the Blocks (next page) for the number and combination of pieces you’ll use for each block. ASSORTED COLORFUL PRINTS Cut 108 squares 2 3/8˝ × 2 3/8˝ in matching sets of 4 for star points. Cut 27 squares 3 1/2˝ × 3 1/2˝ for star centers. WHITE SOLID—LENGTHWISE GRAIN Cut 2 strips 3 1/2˝ × 42 1/2˝. Cut 2 strips 3 1/2˝ × 54 1/2˝. REMAINING WHITE SOLID Cut 27 squares 4 1/4˝ × 4 1/4˝ for star-point units. Cut 108 squares 2˝ × 2˝ for block corners. Cut 11 squares 6 1/2˝ × 6 1/2˝ for large filler squares. Cut 20 rectangles 3 1/2˝ × 6 1/2˝ for filler strips. Cut 4 rectangles 3 1/2˝ × 12 1/2˝ for filler strips. Cut 1 rectangle 3 1/2˝ × 9 1/2˝ for filler strip. Cut 4 squares 3 1/2˝ × 3 1/2˝ for small filler squares. Cut 6 strips 2 1/8˝ × the fabric width for binding. LIGHT PRINT Cut 9 squares 3 1/2˝ × 3 1/2˝ for filler squares. BLUE AND TEAL PRINTS—FROM EACH Cut 3 strips 1˝ × the fabric width. Construction PIECING THE BLOCKS For each of these blocks, use 4 matching 2 3/8˝ × 2 3/8˝ squares for the star points, a square 3 1/2˝ × 3 1/2˝ cut from a different print for the star center, and a square 4 1/4˝ × 4 1/4˝ and 4 squares 2˝ × 2˝ cut from the white solid for the background. 1. Use 4 matching print squares 2 3/8˝ × 2 3/8˝ and a white square 4 1/4˝ × 4 1/4˝ to make 4 Flying Geese units. Make 4 Flying Geese units. 2. Arrange the 4 units from Step 1, an assorted print 3 1/2˝ × 3 1/2˝ square, and 4 white 2˝ × 2˝ squares as shown. Sew the units and squares together into rows; press. Sew the rows together; press. Sew units and squares together into rows. 3. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 to make a total of 27 Star blocks. QUILT ASSEMBLY 1. Arrange the blocks, the large and small filler squares, and the filler strips as shown in the quilt assembly diagram. 2. Sew the blocks, squares, and strips together in “neighborhoods” as shown; press. 3. Sew the neighborhoods together; press so that seams fall in opposite directions whenever possible. 4. Sew the 3 1/2˝ × 42 1/2˝ white outer-border strips to the top and bottom of the quilt. Press the seams toward the border. Sew the 3 1/2˝ × 54 1/2˝ white outer-border strips to the sides of the quilt; press. Quilt assembly FINISHING 1. Layer and baste the quilt, and then quilt as desired. Dianne machine quilted an overall motif of large bubbles and swirls over the entire quilt, picking up on the circles in the many polka dot fabrics. 2. Sew the 1˝-wide blue and teal strips together end to end with diagonal seams, and press the seams open. Fold the strip in half, wrong sides together, and press. 3. Trim the batting and backing even with the raw edges of the quilt top. Measure the quilt through the center from top to bottom and from side to side. Cut 2 strips to each measurement from the folded blue/teal strip. With right sides together and raw edges aligned, use a machine basting stitch and a scant 1/4˝ seam to sew the piping strips to the sides, top, and bottom of the quilt. Add piping. 4. Sew the 2 1/8˝-wide white binding strips together end to end with diagonal seams, and use them to bind the edges of the quilt. ALEX ANDERSON is a founding partner, executive producer, and co-host of the web TV’s The Quilt Show with Ricky Tims, as well as founding partner of The Quilt Life magazine. She has authored 30 books that have sold a combined total of nearly one million copies. Alex lives in Northern California. WEBSITE: alexandersonquilts.com This project originally appeared in Scrap Quilting with Alex Anderson by Alex Anderson. Follow my blog with Bloglovin
This year, for the quilt guild I am apart of, I am providing instructions for how to make a different quilt block each month. For the month of December, we learned about the classic Ohio Star Quilt Block.
SCRAPPY STAR Quilt from Quilts by Elena 1930s Reproduction image 2
How to make a Hunter’s star Inspired quilt block? The video demonstrates how to make this very easy quilt block. Use strong contrast between fabrics for best results. How to use this block ? …
This is the first eight of the 6 inch blocks; Pineapple, Hunter Star, Amish Star, Rising Star, Star Burst, Center Nine Patch, Ohio Star, and Christmas Star.
Night Stars quilt pattern by Emily of Quiltylove.com. This bold and modern star quilt is a block based quilt full of fun quilting techniques.
How to make Ohio Star Quilt blocks for week 3 of the Let's Stay Home Summer Quilt along on the Polka Dot Chair.
Our Free Quilt Block Patterns Library continues with block names starting N-Z. Multiple sizes provided for each block. Which one will you try next?
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Try this Carpenter's Star quilt pattern to create a simple version of a classic design. Perfect for beginners, this pattern is easy to assemble.