Amy, at Diary of a Quilter has a great tutorial and very helpful size chart HERE that I've been using for this project.
This week I started with a 9.5 inch star, and added a border around it to bring the whole block to 12.5 inches.
I always start with the center floral fabric, and then choose the corner square and flying geese fabric to go with the center. Lucky me, I chose some pink this time, which turns out to be the Rainbow Scrap Challenge color for May!
Just for fun I decided to make a little 4.5 inch star, too.
These two are kind of fun together!
And here are all of my 12.5 inch blocks so far.
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These are so pretty. x
Very pretty. Did you notice you picked both pink and green for your blocks? Definitely spring colors.
That's going to be a lovely quilt.
I am very much liking the different sizes together!
Very pretty blocks, they all blend together so well. Love that pink fabric.
pretty blocks - I always love stars
I love your idea of mixing the different sizes, it gives it more character.
VERY pretty! :)
I love how you mixed up the sizes of stars!
Pretty stars! It will be fun to see how you set them all together.
Such cute stars! Love how these are looking.
Pretty floral stars and the different sizes will bring some more insterest to que quilt. Great idea Diann.
Such soft, pretty colors, and the various sizes are playing nicely together. This is going to be so lovely :)
Looks like these are a great go to block when time is limited. They looks great.
I'm swooning for the flower stars! So pretty and sweet! Well done!
Your star blocks are adorable. I love the combination of the different sizes of stars,
I love your collection of blocks and the colour blending is perfect.
These blocks are gorgeous!
I am loving what you are doing with this project. I love the different size blocks. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!
Love these 'sawtooth star' blocks! Makes things interesting having the different sizes too.
Beautiful and I just love the fabrics you have used! Christine x
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