Easy to make block and sashing stars adorn this design, which Deb created with a student while working at the Fletcher Farm School for the Arts and Crafts in Ludlow, Vermont. Best part of the construction is that no star points have to meet any other star points so it's a cinch to get super sharp points every time! You’ll use Studio 180 Design’s Corner Pop tool to easily construct this intricate looking quilt.
Hunter's Star Designs fit for a King or Queen
Another exciting book filled with more than forty projects for fitting either a king size or queen size bed. Each unique design was created with my Rapid Fire Hunter's Star - Large Star tool and streamlined construction techniques. All projects are constructed using the same 9” block size and several simple fabric formulas.
Spark your creative side with these innovative techniques and designs. You’ll be thrilled with the results and astounded by the efficiency. A great way to reward the king or queen in your life.
Take your skills to the next level as you create this eye-catching array of Delectable Mountain and Blazing Lemoyne Stars blocks! The pattern includes two size options, and is indeed a bit of a challenge, but with the Rapid Fire Lemoyne Star tool, you’ll soon be blazing a path to a masterpiece quilt of your own.
This beautiful quilt featuring intricate maple leaves and flying geese celebrates our Northern Neighbours. You’ll use Deb’s Corner Beam, Split Rects, and Wing Clipper 1 tools to make this captivating quilt.
A charming project that can be made with a fat quarter collection and Deb’s Tucker Trimmer 1 tool. Each set of pieced units actually creates two blocks at the same time. The pieced border allows you to use up lots of additional fabric bits and pieces.
When you look up the definition of the word whirling you’ll understand how this quilt received its name. The blocks certainly give the appearance of spinning rapidly around a central point. They are made with strip piecing and my favorite ‘power tool’, the Tucker Trimmer 3. It truly is easy enough for beginners, but interesting enough to engage the most veteran stitchers. So don’t hesitate. You will absolutely love the results.