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Ohio Supernova

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Ohio Supernova finished size 72" x 72" Designed by Heather Jones Ohio Supernova is my modern spin on the traditional Ohio Star pattern. In my version, the scale of the block has been dramatically increased so that it makes up the vast majority of the finished work. Using solid colored cottons and simple construction, the Ohio Supernova packs quite a visual punch and is suitable for both beginner and advanced quilters alike. Materials: (fabrics are 42" wide) Fabric 1: 2 3/4 yards (I used Kona Snow by Robert Kaufman) Fabric 2: 2 yards (includes fabric for binding) (I used Kona Ice Frappe by Robert Kaufman) Fabric 3: 1 1/2 yards (I used Kona Coral by Robert Kaufman) Backing Fabric: 4 1/2 yards Batting: 74" x 74" piece, or a Full-Size package BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic sewing and quilting skills

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  • Fabric 1: 2 3/4 yards
  • Fabric 2: 2 yards
  • Fabric 3: 1 1/2 yards

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Heather Jones Studio
Heather Jones Studio
Heather Jones is a designer, seamstress, and modern quilter. She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio with her husband, Jeff, and two young children, Aidan and Olivia, who are her biggest supporters as well as her greatest sources of inspiration. Heather is the founder and current president of the Cincinnati Modern Quilt Guild and is working on her first line of applique, sewing, and quilting patterns. She is often inspired by everyday places and things that many people wouldn't even notice, and is always excited by the challenge to translate that inspiration into her work. Three of her original quilts were chosen as winners of the Modern Quilt Guild's Project Modern Challenges, a year-long national quilting competition. Heather has great respect for the art of quilt making and loves to bring a modern twist to traditional patterns.