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I am a full time Art teacher from the Netherlands. I love quilting and designing patterns, hoarding fabric, spreading loose pieces of thread through out my house and turning out beautiful ...

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Star collection - Jewel

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(7) Name: 'Quilting : Star collection - Jewel
Star collection - Jewel
Star collection - Jewel
Star collection - Jewel
Star collection - Jewel

Pattern Description:

This beautiful jewel-like star, or star-like jewel was inspired by a piece of jewelry. Hence the name!
The design can be executed in a very simple colour way or can become something much more complex just by changing the colours in the inner or outer ring segments.

The pdf file contains the following:
- Two pages with colour options to consider. The examples can help you decide which areas of the pattern you would like to emphasize with colour, value or pattern.
- Colouring page. Of course you can also think up your own colour combinations. You can try them out on the colouring page.
- Pattern drawing with seam allowances.

The pattern needs to be printed 2 times to complete the Jewel.

The pdf file DOES NOT contain paper piecing instuctions!

The pattern gives you a star of 10 inches square (finished size).

To get an impression of what my pdf files look like, try the free pattern "Star collection - Freedom" of "Star collection - Wish"

There is a flickr-group with blocks made with my patterns, called "ipatchandquilt patterns":

Good luck and lots of fun making this beautiful star!


Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • unfinished block size 10,5 inches
  • finished block size 10 inches


  • Various quilt fabrics
  • Rotary cutter
  • Scissors
  • Long pins
  • Home sewing machine
  • Thread and bobbin
  • maybe a seamripper! ;-)

You Will Also Need:

  • Colouring pencils / felt tip pens for choosing your own colour combinations
  • computer and printer
  • printer paper

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