Combining positive and negative flying geese with right and left combination units and half square triangles creates a striking pattern reminiscent of mountain switchbacks. This design works very nicely with three different fabrics and a background. The small and medium size projects are perfect as table runners, and the large project will make a table runner for a large table or a great bed runner.
Combining Corner Beam Units with Uneven Chain Units creates the illusion of a quilt made on point. Adding an accent fabric and a properly placed dark fabric helps to create a wonderful beaded effect on this quilt. This is a great project to use some of your fat quarters for the lap and queen size quilts. Make it scrappy or make it “planned scrappy”; either way the effect will be dazzling.
Designed by Sarah Furrer.
Learn how to make this fun star block and complement it with a great framing chain to create something stunning. Having good contrast between the background and other fabrics will make this quilt really pop, so pay attention to color placement throughout. This is great for expanding your skills and learning a new technique!
Create your own walk of fame using the Wedge Star® tool and a strip piecing process! Adding Log Cabin style strips to Twisted Wedge Star blocks creates a fun, more modern setting for this design. Choose from three project sizes to create just the right one for you.