Hello! Last summer I did a fun series on the blog with 6 different star blocks that could be made into a small sampler quilt. For quite a while I’ve been wanting to make it a little easier for you to find the tutorials…
so…I made some new graphics for each post and have compiled them all here,
beginning with the Martha Washington Star block. You can click on each photo in this post and it will take you to the original blog post for that block. If you are a Pinterest user you can then pin the image to save the link directly to the block tutorial. (Follow me on Pinterest here).
Next up is the Ohio Star block…
The ever so fast and fun Sawtooth Star block…
And of course a Scrappy Sawtooth Star!
I finished up the series last summer with two more favorites: the Star Puzzle block…
And perhaps my favorite…the Vintage Star block!
I hope having these links all in one place will make it easier to find these block tutorials. Since each tutorial is for a 6″ finished block, they make perfect additions/replacements for the Splendid Sampler blocks or any other 6″ quilt block sampler you might be making!
Thanks so much for stopping by! Happy quilting!
I loved your star tutorials and made all of them even finished my quilt top. But it's sadly still unquilted … I think I should finish it soon;-)
Nice quilts ♥ Happy Monday ♥
Awesome ~ thank you !!!
Sherri, Thank you so very much for publishing these. I know they will be of great help to me and I imagine many other people will find them also useful. You are very thoughtful.
This was a fun tutorial – I made them and just need to hang up my little quilt! Thank you for sharing with us!
Jan Taylor says
Thank you tons for the tutorials. You are the best! ?
Quilts By Laurel says
Oh yay! Thanks for putting these all in one place. Now I can get a quilt made from them soon! 🙂
My polka dot star blocks are in the same state as when I finished them last year. I did get some navy with white microdots fabric to finish up the mini quilt. Now all I need are Hildy's finishing instructions because I can't get her beautiful setting out of my mind. Are you listening/reading, Hildy? 🙂
Thanks Sherri for sharing this with me. I love Stars and I will definitely be bookmarking this for later. Love your blog.
Lynne Tilley says
Thank you so much. It's little things like this that are really appreciated??
Pam Walton says
I just want to say I so enjoy your blog. I am so inspired by your talent and after reading your emails I find myself trying a new block or skill. So thanks for making me a better quilter.
Pam from Canada
Little Quiltsong says
This is wonderful! Love all of your star blocks – thank you for sharing!
Thanks for putting these up Paula in KY
Many thanks for compiling your star blocks tutorials for our convenience! I am currently cleaning and organizing my sewing area using your organizing series-again. You are my go to blogger for all things quilting and I deeply appreciate it.