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Sea Star - Plus and star pattern


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  • Classic Blocks

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Sea Star - a pdf Quilt Pattern - instant download The Sea Star quilt pattern is a great combination of a plus sign block and a star block. Sea Star is built from 15" square (finished) blocks and contains instructions for three versions of the quilt including making the quilt with a mixture of fat quarters and/or 1/4 yard cuts, a two-toned version, and a scrappy version. The quilt featured on the pattern cover is the lap-size version made using Kona Cotton Solids by Robert Kaufman in a variety of shades of blue. The quilt pattern includes instructions for baby, lap, twin, queen, and king quilt sizes. Baby quilt: 45" x 45" Lap quilt: 60" x 60" Twin quilt: 75" x 90" Queen quilt: 90" x 90" King Quilt: 105" x 105" The materials needed for the quilt (front cover version) can be found in picture above. I welcome the use of this pattern on a small scale by home-based businesses. Please credit Cheryl Brickey of Meadow Mist Designs as the pattern designer. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic quilting skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Baby: 45" x 45" Lap: 60" x 60" Twin: 75" x 90" Queen 90" x 90" King 105" x 105"

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Meadow Mist Designs
Meadow Mist Designs
Hi there! I am a chemical engineer/patent agent by day, a quilter at night, and a mom and wife all the time. I love my family and being a mom to my 6 year old son and 3 year old daughter. Combining my engineering and technical writing backgrounds with quilting has lead me to become a pattern designer. Designing, writing quilt instructions, and doing quilty math are some of my favorite aspects to quilting. You can follow my quilting adventures at