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Welcome to Cora's Quilts on Craftsy! My name is Shelley: wife, mom, quilter, and designer from Sacramento, CA.

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Autumn Ohio Star Wallhanging (#0908)

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(7) Name: 'Quilting : Autumn Ohio Star Wallhanging (#0908)
Autumn Ohio Star Wallhanging (#0908) Autumn Ohio Star
Autumn Ohio Star Wallhanging (#0908)
Autumn Ohio Star Wallhanging (#0908)

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Raw Edge Applique
  • Sewing with a 1/4" seam
  • Quilt basting & binding

Pattern Description:

Celebrate fall with this festive wall hanging or table topper!

This pattern is fat quarter and scrap-drawer friendly, and features a traditional Ohio Star quilt block along with fall leaf appliques and pinwheel blocks. It's a perfect foray for new quilters and a quick, festive project for experienced quilters!

We love seeing your finished projects! Share photos with our Flickr group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/poplun

Please Note:
This pattern is for personal use, but permission is also granted to make this item to sell in small quantities, provided that the item is handmade by you and that you credit Poplun Designs for the design. No mass production is allowed. This pattern is protected by federal copyright; reproduction is not permitted.

Pattern copyright 2009, Michelle N. Cavanna. All rights reserved.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 34.5" x 34.5"


  • Red Print: 3/4 yard
  • Brown Print: 3/4 yard
  • Orange Print: 1 Fat Quarter
  • Gold Print: 1 Fat Quarter
  • Green Print: 1 Fat Quarter
  • Cream Background Print: 3/4 yard
  • Pellon (C) Craft Fuse: 8 - 5" squares
  • Batting & Backing: 40" x 40" piece of each

You Will Also Need:

  • Rotary Cutter, Rotary Ruler, and Cutting Mat
  • Iron, Ironing Board, and Starch (if desired)
  • Fabric Pencil or Water-Soluble Pen

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