At a loss for what to quilt where? Take a look at 25 Ohio Star blocks each design offering a different look. Mix and match to make it your own!
Stitching in the ditch with a few accent lines keeps the block simple, but with a strong visual interest.
Additional star points add grandeur to the blocks.
Echo quilting adds dimension to the block.
Curves and lines make a striking combination.
Simple curves running point-to-point along the seams dress a block up.
Quarter inch quilting on background patches makes the main fabrics stand out.
Use straight lines to highlight the star.
Hide circles behind key areas in the block to create depth and interest.
Tiny circles pull the eye from one area to another while adding something special to this block.
Direction quilting adds visual interest. Change directions from block to block.
Use straight lines to contain the block elements and keep the eye moved around the block.
Frame pretty petals for an elegant approach.
These circles dance around rigid shapes.
Use directional lines to create visual interest.
When looking for shapes, look in your piecing template collection for inspiration.
This design lets the background fabric sing.
Double lines add drama.
A popular classic.
The combination of quarter inch quilting and curved lines freshen the traditional look.
Create focus with dramatic crosshatching.
Mix petals with a simple motif to add interest without a lot of extra work.
Mimic shapes used in the block in the background areas.
Divide spaces and quarter inch.
Add facing curls to go from simple to fancy.
Have fun with quilting. Play with a common theme like tic-tac-toe.