fabric406 Blog — Eight Pointed Star Blocks

How to Make a Traditional Sun Rays Quilt Block

Posted by Elaine Huff on

How to Make a Traditional Sun Rays Quilt Block
This Sun Rays block is a lovely, simple block that uses the triangle in a square unit to make the star points. This is a great block to practice on that unit! Let's get sewing!

Read more →

Providence Quilt Block Pattern - Beginner Friendly

Posted by Elaine Huff on

Providence Quilt Block Pattern - Beginner Friendly
This easy method of creating the traditional Providence Quilt block goes together quickly. You'll have a stunning quilt done in no time! Let's get sewing!

Read more →

Blocks and Stars Traditional Quilt Block Tutorial

Posted by Elaine Huff on

Blocks and Stars Traditional Quilt Block Tutorial
Today let's look at this traditional quilt block called Blocks and Stars. It is similar to some of the braced star patterns but has the addition of the blocks in the corners. It's an easy design so let's get sewing!

Read more →

How to Create a Variation of the Braced Star Quilt Block

Posted by Elaine Huff on

How to Create a Variation of the Braced Star Quilt Block
This version of the Braced Star quilt block is quick and easy to create and uses only a light, medium and dark colored fabric. It's construction is based off of the basic Eight Point Star block.

Read more →

How to Create a Right Hand of Fellowship Quilt Block

Posted by Elaine Huff on

How to Create a Right Hand of Fellowship Quilt Block
Today let's sew together a Right Hand of Fellowship quilt block. This version is an easier way for you to construct the block than the traditional method. It is quick, easy, and very striking! The coloring is the same as the classic block - just the piecing is different.

Read more →