Free Pattern: Royal Star Quilt

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Royal Star

80″ x 80″

Fabric Requirements:

Dark Blue – 2 1/2 yards

Light Blue – 2 yards

White – 2 3/4 yards

Binding – 2/3 yards

Cutting Instructions:

For the Dk Blue fabric, cut:

(2) 10 1/2″ x 10 1/2″ squares 

(5) 11″ x 11″ squares for small half square triangles

(4) 21″ x 21″ squares for big half square triangles

 

For the Lt Blue fabric, cut:

(12) 10 1/2″ x 10 1/2″ squares 

(4) 11″ x 11″ squares for small half square triangles

 

For the White fabric, cut:

(9) 11″ x 11″ squares for small half square triangles

(4) 21″ x 21″ squares for big half square triangles

 

Assembly:

Draw a diagonal line from corner to corner on the backside of each of the white half square triangle (HST) big and small squares.

For each set of the same size, lay the marked white square on the unmarked square, right sides together. Assemble as follows:

  • 5 White and Dk. Blue small squares yields 10 HSTs.
  • 4 White and Lt. Blue small squares yields 8 HSTs.
  • 4 White and Dk. Blue big squares yields 8 HSTs.

Sew a 1/4″ seam on each side of the diagonal line.

Cut on the diagonal line.

Press the small half square triangles and trim evenly to 10½”.

Press the large half square triangles and trim evenly to 20½”.

Following the diagram below, sew the sections together and the sections into a quilt!

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Susan Greene

There are no yardages listed under “Fabric Requirements”.

Janett McGinnis

Does not appear to be enough light blue squares. I count 12 squares.

Mary Abbott

I count 12 light blue 10 1/2″ squRes in the pattern, not 6. What am I missing?

Mary

What do you do with only 2\3 of a hard of binding don’t it to around the quilt?

Tina

I am seeing 12 lite blue 101/2″ squares not 6

Fredna Norton

Looking forward to making this beautiful quilt

Fredna Norton

Great quilt

Fredna Norton

Typed 2 comments. What else fo I need?

Judy

I’m new to quilting. Can I make a 40×40 wall quilt by halving the fabric cuts?

Joy Richard

This is a beautiful yet very quick quilt to make! I can’t wait to try it!!

Karen Williams

For Fredna Norton: You could try making just the center star — it’s roughly half of the whole quilt, maybe a couple of inches larger. I don’t know if doing 1/2″ seams would reduce it more — I have never tried it, but I would think it would work, as long as you keep your seams consistent! I’m going to show this one to my quilt group…. we’re always looking for unusual quilts & I think a single block quilt is very intriguing.

Margaret Anderson

Love the look of this quilt.

Wonderful Blog!
Congrats!

How big is this completed square ?

Diane Callahan

Do you have any suggestions for quilting this? I want to do this on my home machine.

Jaclyn

Good morning from the UK love your website and comments I will be joining you

Melba wells

I can’t wait to start .?

Melba wells

Love it ..

Susan

I made this quilt top. A winner. So fast to make. Picking out the fabric took me longer than putting quilt together.
THANK YOU. I love one block quilts

Doris

This is beautiful!

Jane R

Just found your site and I love your one block quilt. So happy to sign up!

Deborah

Love this quilt idea!!
It looks beautiful!!