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Shooting Stars Quilt Pattern PDF DOWNLOAD

Shooting Stars Quilt Pattern PDF DOWNLOAD

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Shooting Stars combines sparkling stars with multicolored chain blocks for a unique design.  Choose a focus fabric for the large star points, and then choose coordinates for other fabrics.

The quilt pattern includes 2 sizes - Throw and Queen.  The quilts are exactly the same layout with different block sizes.

The cover quilt on this pattern shows a black background, and the instructions also show a black background.

See images for Fabric Requirements and Quilt Sizes.

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Shooting Stars is suitable for advanced beginner quilters and up. It has easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, charts and diagrams for cutting and piecing this stunning quilt. Previous knowledge of quilt top assembly, basting, quilting, and binding are assumed and are not taught in this pattern.

Pattern #BUS 0631

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Customer Reviews

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Amy Urban
Shooting Stars Fourth

I loved making this quilt and used the exact same fabrics. However, the cutting instructions were confusing because the pattern showed the picture with a white background and the instructions referred to a dark background. I sew a lot of quilts and use a variety of patterns from different vendors. This was the most difficult pattern to follow, but I loved it once I figured it out.

It sounds like this pattern helped you grow as a quilter to envision the pattern beyond how it is written. Yay!!