Star Block Quilts
Get starstruck with bright and bold quilts that highlight Star blocks and patterns using various methods and techniques.
Flannel Stars and Trees
Trees, stars, and bow ties among assorted setting squares combine in a cozy, flannel throw.
Go to Flannel Stars and Trees.
Salute to Stars
Mix and match prints, florals, and stripes in a patriotic wall hanging. It's easy to make this quilt bigger or smaller by adding blocks to or subtracting blocks from each row.
Go to Salute to Stars.
Batik Triangle Stars
This bright batik wall hanging is made with just one block, but careful fabric placement creates the illusion of different blocks.
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Four-Pointed Star Chain
Create an Irish Chain effect with careful placement of the squares in the five star and four 25-Patch blocks. A two-color checkerboard border provides a neat frame to the table topper.
Go to Four-Pointed Star Chain.
Starry Irish Chain
Hand-piece a table runner using Six-Pointed Star blocks. Or, if hand stitching is not your forte, slowly machine-stitch the pieces.
Go to Six-Pointed Stars.
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.
Friendship Star Log Cabins
Floating Stars Wall Hanging
Just two blocks—a star block in two colorways and an hourglass block that gets rotated—team up in a wall hanging.
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.
Go to Rail Fence & Stars.
Mini Sawtooth Stars
Make 3"-square Sawtooth Star blocks using a traditional piecing method or the foundation-piecing pattern in a super sweet baby quilt.
Go to Mini Sawtooth Stars.
Americana Lone Star
A two-color collage of vintage postcards 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.
Go to Americana Lone Star.
Little Sawtooth Stars
Play with scale and include small and medium prints in this three-color table topper.
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Dark red and brown prints add weight to the borders and star block center of this quilt, while pastels add softness, creating a strong diagonal effect between the Star blocks in this wall hanging.
Go to Star Crossed.
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.
Go to Star Crib Quilt.
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.
Go to Crazy Stars.
Asian Lone Star
The border blocks center squares and the large open spaces surrounding the center star are a perfect place to showcase medium- and large-scale prints.
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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.
Go to Annie’s Star.
Put your light and bright scraps to use in a scrappy quilt.
Go to Star Party.
Stars and Chain Wall Hanging
A subtle Irish Chain design and stand-out star blocks combine for on this wall quilt.
Sawtooth Stars & Squares
Blend retro prints and use a solid sashing fabric to help give the eye a place to rest between blocks.
Stars at Dusk
Begin with a monochromatic palette of browns and add a cool blue to give this table runner a serene feeling.
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Stars emerge in the pieced sashing and extend into the pieced borders of this intricate, toile print quilt. Bursts of charm come from the background of star-within-a-star blocks.
Go to American Toile.
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.
Go to Lone Star & Stripes.
Oh My Stars
This red, white, and blue quilt salutes summertime with two classic blocks—LeMoyne Star and Irish Chain.
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Strip of Stars
Five Evening Star blocks are framed with a neutral print, while a wide border utilizes the same bold floral as the setting triangles in this rich, dark table runner.
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Members of a quilters' guild stitched the red, white, and blue blocks in this lively quilt. The lucky quilter who won all 20 Ohio Star blocks in a drawing creatively combined them with sashing.
Go to Ohio Star.
Four Star Wall Hanging
Machine-pieced diamonds and cool color tones gives this star quilt a modern, laid-back look for your summer quilt collection.
Create the circular design that emerges on this scrappy quilt by pairing two blocks. It looks complex, but each unit only requires triangles and squares.
Go to Scrap Showcase.
Uneven Nine-Patch & Star
Lots of polka dots add a sense of playfulness and whimsy to this brightly colored star quilt.
Two different stars create the twinkling effect that dances across this richly hued quit.
Go to Shimmer.
Stars & Geese
Feel right at home with this wall hanging made from plaid prints. Sew three diagonal rows of inner star blocks and setting pieces together with two diagonal rows of outer star blocks and setting pieces.
Gather up all the polka dot prints you can find, then combine them to make a bright and colorful throw.
Go to Dotty Stars.
A classic pattern yields star-studded results. Every Feathered Star block is made from different fabrics, perfect for using a multitude of scraps.
Go to Prickly Stars.