An unbelievable quilt that is certain to be a showstopper. The Wedge Star™ tool is used to create three simple block types that, when combined, give the illusion of curves connecting stars and star points. The intricate design looks difficult, but is easy for all since, like all Studio 180 Design techniques, oversizing and trimming are part of the construction process. Do not hesitate to give this pattern a try. You’ll amaze yourself and others with the results.
The Wedge Star tool is sure to be an exciting addition to your quilting toolbox! Designed to make a variety of different blocks based on 45º sub-units, ranging from simple kaleidoscope blocks to complex stars with diamond points going north, south, east and west. And with 22 different size options and the ability to swap sub-units in and out of blocks, you’ll be able to create virtually unlimited designs. This is a tool guaranteed to keep your creativity flowing, project after project!
As an added benefit, we’ve also included a free bonus project, Freelancer, in the Wedge Star’s instruction set. And with all the possibilities the Wedge Star™ tool offers, this project can truly be yours; just change the size and coloring to make a spectacular project as unique as you are. The quilt size and fabric yardage will, of course, depend on the size blocks you choose.
Create the look of curves with just straight line piecing. Careful fabric placement will enhance the illusion of interlocking rings and curves. Construct the units oversized and use the Wedge Star™ tool to trim, so you don't struggle to make the blocks. An addicting process with endless variations. This pattern can also be adapted to 10” precut squares.
It’s fun and easy to construct a Kaleidoscope quilt with the Wedge Star™ tool. Scatter several Diamond Wedges throughout to spice up a traditional Kaleidoscope, or add none at all to keep it even simpler and make it traditional all the way.
Add some sparkle to your quilt with this Faceted Wedge project. The Wedge Star tool makes the intricate piecing easier than ever before. It is recommended that you be familiar with the tool and techniques prior to attempting our Full Spectrum design.