Big Block Star Baby Quilts

By | January 2, 2015

These quilts were made some time ago, from a pattern in Quiltmaker magazine. They were fun to do and sewed up quickly. I think I should go back into the “pile o’ magazines” to see if I can find the directions to make another of these. I love the vibrancy of the colours I chose.

The purple one was qiven to a coworker who had a baby, while the blue one went to friend for his new grandchild.

mauve_star_quiltblue_star_quilt-croppedNote: This is from Quiltmaker Magazine Sept/Oct 2000 and is called Antonio’s Star.

8 thoughts on “Big Block Star Baby Quilts

  1. Bonnie

    I love the totally non-traditional colour choices you made for these baby quilts. The vibrant colours make the pattern ‘pop’.

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  2. Dot

    I’m back again 🙂 My issues don’t go back that far.Can’t find it on line anywhere.
    What is the size of the corner stones ?
    TIA!

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  3. Dot

    OK I figured 5 1/2 ” blocks.
    I found something similiar in the Quiltmaker March/April 2013 issue,page 60.I like yours better.
    Will play with it to make it without borders,40″ square.
    Thanks!

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  4. Olga

    I just love your Antonio’s Star quilts. Would love to get the pattern. Thank you from Canada.

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    1. Yummy Post author

      The quilt is from Quiltmaker Magazine Sept/Oct 2000. I don’t know if McCalls goes back that far with their digital downloads or not. I can’t even offer to mail you a copy of the pattern as I’ve just moved and have no idea where it is.

      If you “math”, I can tell you that the small squares are cut 5 1/2 inches unfinished (5 inches finished) and that the big square in the middle is 10 1/2 inches unfinished, 10 inches finished. That should allow you to reconstruct it. The quilt finishes at 40 inches.

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