Oh My Stars! (QAL Planning Tool)

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Oh My Stars! (QAL Planning Tool) Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • how to achieve a scant 1/4" seam allowance
  • how to cut fabric accurately with a rotary cutter

Pattern Description:

This printable, which fits on an 8.5" x 11" page, is intended as a planning tool as a part of the "Oh My Stars!" quilt-along. It includes blank layouts for both a throw/twin size and a full/queen size. Print it out and colour it in to get an idea of how you will arrange your blocks, or use it to track your progress.

If you're interested in joining in, you can find out all of the details over on my blog! (There's a link up there just above the category and below the title.)

**Please note that I am happy for you to use this pattern for you to make things for yourself, as gifts, or to sell in limited quantities, but you may not use this pattern for mass-production. You may not redistribute, copy, alter or sell this pattern in any way. Instead, link to my blog or pattern shop. Please credit me as the designer when publishing any finished creations made with this pattern.**

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • throw/twin is 60" x 84" (68" x 92" with borders)
  • full/queen is 80" x 84" (88" x 92" with borders)


  • 16 FQs of various prints for the stars, or an overflowing scrap basket (throw/twin)
  • 4 1/2 yards background fabric (throw/twin)
  • thread
  • cotton batting
  • backing fabric
  • binding fabric

You Will Also Need:

  • printer
  • sewing maching
  • pins
  • rotary cutter
  • self-healing cutting mat
  • ruler

About Designer

About Designer

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I've been stitching and sewing for as long as I can remember. My first obsession was with cross-stitch, and I designed my first pattern when I was 12. When I began studying architecture I no longer had any spare time (even sleep was a luxury!), but in the last few years I have found my way back to my sewing machine, and I couldn't be happier.

I love seeing how people interpret my patterns, ...

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