Star Block Wall Quilts
Get starstruck with free quilt patterns that highlight Star blocks. Use red, white, and blue for a Fourth of July quilt. Or choose traditional Christmas colors for a holiday wall hanging. Star blocks look stunning in any colorway, so choose fabric that matches your decor for a five-star quilt that will last all year!
Blazing Stars Wall Quilt
Combine four Blazing Star blocks for a striking wall hanging. By using prints with metallic stripes, the star points seem to radiate light.
Star Burst Wall Hanging
This bright quilt features a blazing star of fiery red, yellows, and orange batiks. The star shines against a pale green background.
Starring Diamonds Wall Hanging
Pretty in Pastels Quilt
Use Double-Nine Patch blocks, star blocks, and a sawtooth border all made from pastel fabric in a pretty wall hanging.
Simple Stars Quilt
For a quick-to-make baby quilt, set off eight star blocks with vertical-print sashing strips. Hang it on the wall for a nursery decoration.
Eight-Pointed Stars Wall Hanging
Bold and bright prints in the setting triangles and border draw attention to the perimeter of this playful, five-star wall hanging.
Snowballs and Stripes
Geometric prints in the border and star points frame the soft florals featured in the center of the Snowball units.
Patriotic Points Wall Hanging
Fabrics in reds, creams, and blues turn simple blocks into patriotic patterns that are stunning when combined into a Americana wall hanging. An impactful star block in the center provides a shining focal point.
Batik Triangle Stars
This bright batik wall hanging is made with just one block, but careful fabric placement creates the illusion of different blocks.
Starry Irish Chain
Retro-inspired prints pop off a mottled dark brown background in a wall hanging that features Star and Irish Chain blocks.
Hourglass Stars Wall Hanging
With careful fabric selection, you can highlight the quilt’s star or hourglass blocks. Fabric placement in the hourglass blocks also creates a secondary star design.
Americana Lone Star
A two-color collage provides an unexpected background in the LeMoyne Star blocks and setting units. Abrupt changes from light prints to dark prints make this small Lone Star radiate.
A playful palette of citrus colors—orange, green, and yellow—brings a summery look to this wall hanging. Careful placement of triangle-squares produces pairs of star blocks.
Rail Fence & Stars
Replicate these chocolate brown stars in pieced cream backgrounds or feature your favorite lights and darks. The contrast of the light and dark fabrics allows the stars to shine.
Dark red and brown prints add weight to the borders and star center of this quilt, while pastels add softness, creating a strong diagonal effect between the Star blocks in this wall hanging.
Strategically placed triangles create the illusion of a circle surrounding the center star. A black print with celestial motifs in blue, cranberry, and gold inspired the designer's rich color scheme.
Star Crib Quilt
Use a vivid stripe as the starting point for choosing colors and fabrics in this bright kid’s quilt. The result is an evening sky of bright stars.
Put your light and bright scraps to use in a scrappy quilt featuring a party of stars.
A classic pattern yields star-studded results. Every Feathered Star block is made from different fabrics, perfect for using a multitude of scraps.
Fuchsia tone-on-tones set off this easy star quilt. Just layer fat quarters, cut through all of them at once, and shuffle the deck to easily create stunning stars.
Sawtooth Stars & Squares
Blend retro prints and use a solid sashing fabric to help give the eye a place to rest between blocks. Each corner features a tiny star for a sparkle.
Uneven Nine-Patch & Star
Lots of polka dots add a sense of playfulness and whimsy to this brightly colored star quilt.
Four Corners Wall Hanging
Use a black print to frame a quartet of star blocks.
Starry Lane Wall Hanging
A festive framework for Starry Lane blocks results in a bright wall hanging.
Lone Star & Stripes
Plaids and stripes dazzle against a navy flower-appliquéd background. Create the star’s radiating pattern with carefully planned strip-piecing, then join the star points with-in seams.