Exciting news! I am about to release my first quilt pattern! It is called “Stardust” because obviously it’s a star quilt, but also it’s a scrappy quilt that shines with the stardust you find in your stash 🙂 It is beginner friendly, but suitable for someone who’s been quilting a while too. I include many tips and tricks for success – watch for “Notes from the Beagle” throughout the pattern. The quilt is intended to be scrappy, in fact I made my queen size entirely from my fabric stash, but I give you fabric requirements for buying yardage if you want to go that route as well.
I plan to offer a digital pattern for download on my website, and paper patterns in my local quilt shop, The Stitchery, in Rome, Georgia. I hope to have the quilt on display in the shop so people can see the quilt in person.
I made a queen size, but the pattern includes baby and throw size too.
A huge thank you to my three pattern testers – scattered all over the country! From Georgia, to New York, to Montana – I sincerely appreciate all your comments and suggestions.
3 thoughts on “Stardust Quilt Pattern”
This is a fabulous quilt and the pattern and technique is particularly well explained. Making the blocks is quick, easy and fun! I was fortunate enough to test and quickly made a beautiful table runner from 4 blocks. I highly recommend this to new or any experienced quilters as it can be a ready “go to” for seasonal table runners, baby quilts or full sized quilts.
99, The finished quilt looks smashing! It was fun to dabble in the test pattern world. Next time I’ll try to complete all my assignments. Xx, 29