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You could turn all the HSTs a quarter turn counterclockwise and your star wouldspin in the opposite direction. One final press (don't forget to try out our Best Technique for Pressing Quilt Blocks for amazingly flat finished blocks!) and your Friendship Star quilt block is finished.
There are several closely related block variations, each successive one involves just a bit more piecing. Simplex StarVery much like the New Home above, but notice that the HST units are flipped on their vertical access. Nine Patch StarHSTs are added to the corners in a pinwheel fashion to add movement to the block. Ribbon Quilt BlockThe same units as in the Nine Patch Star above only the corners are all rotated a quarter turn. The second Friendship Star quilt block includes y-seam piecing and four fabrics.Those these first two are, indeed, different, they are similar in appearance. Completely different than the previous two blocks, but still using y-seam piecing, and still called 'Friendship Star'.
Waves of Honor - Quilt of Honor 2015 Jan 26, 16 08:45 PMI used the free paper piecing patterns (THANK YOU AGAIN!!!) and changed up the colors to make this Quilt of Valor for a local veteran I know.
This pattern can be used for personal use only and can not be used commercially without the owner's permission. This entry was posted in block tutorials, half square triangles, quilt along, quilt blocks, Quilt Patterns, vintage christmas sampler. This pattern includes:* 6" block pattern* percentage chart to make different sizes* no guessing with clearly marked pieces * easy instructions on how to construct this block* full page of coloring blocks to design your own color workSimply decide on a block size and print as many blocks as needed for your specific project. For the best experience we suggest upgrading your browser to the latest version, or optionally downloading Google Chrome or Firefox. I like to make my HSTs larger than required and trim them to the actual size after stitching. Stitch a quarter inch on both sides of the line, and repeat for the second pair of squares. On closer inspection you can see it's all basic construction techniques: four patches, Flying Geese, connector corners, and cut squares. In the following tutorial, we use two fabrics, but it works equally well as a scrappy blocka€”just make sure there is a good distinction between the lights and darks so the star points don't disappear.On this page you'll find instructions to make this block in 5 different sizes. Seam allowances are pressed to the dark fabric unless otherwise noted.Click here for cutting instructions for additional block sizes.
For more detailed instructions on making HSTs with this technique, visit Half Square Triangles: Technique #1. I drew a few of them out and didn’t like the proportions of the blocks, so I started over and this is the block I ended up with, I hope you like it! You may use my tutorials for personal use, however, you may not sell any products made from my tutorials without my express written consent. Four common variations on this block are also illustrated.Did you know that other radically different blocks are called 'Friendship Star'? Those are pictured, too!Let's get piecing!
You will also need a background fabric (white stars) and an accent fabric (red holly print). You do not have permission to use my words or photographs for your personal use or on your blog without asking me first.
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