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Double Star Quilt Block Tutorial free

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This Double Star Quilt Block Tutorial is actually a very interesting pattern so you can use it to make a kind of windmill. This double star quilt is as the name suggests, double stars on each side of a block (square) with the same sizes, which in this case in the PDF you will download soon. You cand see more here in .generations-quilt-patterns.com

Double Star Quilt Block Tutorial

Double Star Quilt Block Tutorial
Double Star Quilt Block Tutorial

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We can also use the same pattern for other types of fabric designers and what will make the difference is the size, how cores and type of fabric or fabrics you will use to generate a better product, so to speak.

In the double star block your quilt may also go through some changes depending on the size, although it is not noticeable.

This work I consider that to do it is necessary to have a skill level: Confident Beginner. The Double Star pattern quilt is made from a hybrid of half a triangle and a quarter square triangle, and rectangles and a square. It uses four fabrics.

For the piece, we will use a technique known as ‘partial seams’ or ‘jigsaw puzzles’. No special tools, rulers, or templates are needed. The patches are all rotary cut. It’s a fun little block to make that looks more complicated than it is. A couple of pins makes it easy

The Double Star block uses half square triangles, fast flying geese, and regular squares. Follow the instructions below to make a block in black, white, and gray. To make additional blocks, simply multiply the piece count with the number of blocks you want to make!

Follow below for some interesting measurements to give you an idea of your project, these cuts I made and am still testing, after I’m done I can post them here for you to see how it turned out.

CUTTING

  • From white fabric, cut: 4 squares, 2 7/8″ x 2 7/8″; 1 square 5 1/4″ x 5 1/4″
  • From light gray fabric, cut: 8 squares, 2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″
  • From medium gray fabric, cut: 4 squares, 2 7/8″ x 2 7/8″; 1 square 5 1/4″ x 5 1/4″
  • Of dark gray fabric, cut: 1 square, 4 1/2″ x 4 1/2″
  • Of black fabric, cut: 8 squares, 2 7/8″ x 2 7/8/8

The Double Star quilt block is made up of units of two stars — one star inside the other. The stars are each a Sawtooth Star, which is a popular quilt block in its own right. This block takes the Sawtooth Star to a new level.

The Double Star is composed of many flying goose down units and can be considered an intermediate level quilting block because of the number and size of the individual pieces. However, taking care when sewing an exact quarter inch seam, this quilt block will be together in no time.

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