4 Jul 2017

Fireworks to celebrate the 4th of July

One of the biggest days in the United States is the 4th of July. Celebrations are everywhere -- not to mention the mouth-watering scent of meat sizzling on the barbeques.

One thing for sure is that there will be fireworks once darkness sets in -- and so, here is a quilt block worthy of that event!
Starglow quilt block image © Wendy Russell
Starglow quilt block


This Starglow quilt block is not for the beginner quilter -- unless you are confident in the sewing of an accurate quarter inch allowance. That is the only difficulty due to the number of seams in the block. Other than that, none of the individual patches are difficult -- there are just lots of them.


I changed it up a little in this version of a sample quilt -- by simply swapping the placement of some of the fabrics -- to make a sort of reverse image of the block. By alternating these blocks with the original block, you can achieve all sorts of interesting variations when you design your own quilt. Have fun!

Quilts designed using variations of the STARGLOW quilt block - image © Wendy Russell
Quilt designed using variations of the STARGLOW quilt block


All images © W. Russell, patchworksquare.com

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