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Quiltworx - Judy Niemeyer
99” x 99”
This instructions will teach you an new technique that expands on our traditional foundation paper piecing approach using strip-piecing to complete lone star units.
To complete the stars, strips are sewn onto foundation paper to complete what we call a ‘Strip Set’. After the strip sets are completed, they are cut apart, rearranged, and resewn into a diamond star point.
Judy began experimenting with ways to speed up the creation of a lone star block with a strip to eliminate cutting, while also minimizing fabric waste.
The Woodcarver’s Star is a Queen Version of the block used in Prismatic Star. It can be completed with 2-1/2” strips, and has been designed without Y-Seams.
Requiring just under 21 Yards of fabric, this Queen-Size quilt may be one of the most efficient Queen designs Quiltworx has ever published.