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Is it possible to get the ‘Star crossed Christmas quilt block pattern’ please ?
Hi Noella! Thank you for visiting my blog!
I like to virtually design with quilt blocks, and sometimes I even make a real quilt, but I don’t write, or sell, quilt patterns.
I have given the grid size for this block (9 x 9) so you can easily draw this block yourself.
Here is a comment from a follower who did just that:
Sarah Cousineau | March 11, 2018 at 11:01 pm | Reply | Edit
I found this block on Pinterest without all your quilt samples. I didn’t know the size but I started with a 6”center to the star. It made a 18” block. I made a quilt with this block in what is you straight set design. It turned out lovely.
Happy quilting and Merry Christmas, Noella (beautiful name)!