A Treasure Trove of Hunter's Star Designs!
Create unique designs using the Rapid Fire Hunter’s Star: Petite Star tool and Deb's streamlined construction techniques. All projects are made using the same size block and a simple fabric formula. The results will amaze you! Spark your creative side with these innovative designs. You'll soon find yourself discovering the Hidden Treasures in your Hunter's Star projects!
The Hollow Cube 60 technique sheet is a great companion for your Star 60 tool! Create some spectacular projects with this amazing technique that gives you the look of light shining through a hollow cube. This technique creates a hexagon that can be added to any 60° project to add the illusion of a multi-dimensional block to your quilt. What fun!!
As quilters, we seem to find inspiration for quilt patterns all around us. As early as 1845, quilts called “Seven Sisters” have been part of quilting history. Seven Sisters designs are made up of a grouping of seven stars in a roughly circular arrangement with one star in the center. The name Pleiades comes from a group of stars named for those seven sisters - the daughters of Pleione in Greek mythology. We hope that you will enjoy making our more modern rendition of this 175 year old pattern.
Using your favorite scrap fabrics and your Corner Pop II and Corner Pop III tools, create reflecting pyramids to grow your Pyramid Power. We recommend that as you pick your fabrics, pair each dark fabric with a light fabric in the same color. For example, a dark red and a light red, a dark blue and a light blue, etc. This will allow you to effectively create the shadowing effect seen in the cover quilt.
This pattern uses Star 60, Capped 60, and Quad 60 units, along with Large Companion Triangles to create a unique table topper or tree skirt in three different sizes. The fabric selection can be traditional Christmas colors, fun winter themed fabrics, or just something that coordinates with your décor.