Block Three of my 2018 Block of the month series. This is Christmas Star Quartet, and I love the fact that it made with four 6 1/2 inch mini blocks! You'll learn another way to make flying geese units in this block! This block will be free through April 25 when the next block will be added. If you missed the first two blocks, they are available here: https://www.craftsy.com/quilting/patterns/christmas-all-year-bom-1-and-2/557662 Join me and celebrate Christmas all year long as we make a fun sampler quilt with 9 different blocks. These blocks aren’t all super simple, but they are not extremely difficult either. If you are a beginner, they will stretch your skills a bit, but that is a good thing! To make this quilt, which finishes at 58 x 58 you will need: 1 yard each of two different background fabrics. They both need to be light, you can do one solid and one print, or two prints that look good together. Or two solids. You can also go scrappy (which I plan on doing) and make them different for each block! You need to be able to see the difference between them because they will touch in a couple blocks! ¾ yard of red. It can be bright, burgundy, whatever red you like! 1/4 yard of a contrast. Something glitzy and fun, or bright and perky. ¾ yard of light green. 1 yard of dark green. The two greens need to have good contrast. These last three items you could wait to get until you have your blocks done so you can choose fabrics that will set them off nicely. Cornerstones and binding: ¾ yard Sashing: 1 yard Borders: 1 ½ - 2 yards. You can always make the border wider or narrower as you like and whatever fits the fabric you have.