Patchwork Lone Star Quilt Pattern - PRINTED
Original quilt pattern design by Lindlee Smith of Plains and Pine.
This design is a variation on the classic Lone Star Quilt. The purpose of this pattern is to make a patchwork Lone Star by using what you already have on hand. It is perfect for using remaining fabric from Fat Quarters, Fat Eighths or yardage from previous projects. This patchwork Lone Star can also be made with a portion of a Jelly Roll or super scrappy using smaller scraps from your fabric stash. I recommend at least 8 different fabrics to achieve the patchwork look.
Includes instructions for three sizes:
Crib (48" x 48")
Small Throw (56" x 66")
Large Throw (66" x 72")
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner - It requires cutting and sewing on a bias, sewing with a consistent 1/4" seam, and precision to match diamond points. The pattern includes tips on how to do this accurately.
Unlike most Lone Star Quilts, there are no Y seams in this quilt pattern.
Please share your progress pictures with the hashtags: #patchworklonestarquilt and #plainsandpine
$5 from the sale of this pattern is being donated to the Fort Peck Community College’s Star Quilt Techniques course in the hopes that the tradition of star quilt making will continue for generations. The Fort Peck Community College is located on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Poplar and Wolf Point, Montana.
Read more about the design here.
All Plains and Pine Patterns are for one person use only. Do not copy, redistribute or sell. Duplication of any kind is prohibited.
Selling your quilt using this pattern is permissible on a small, independent scale. Please give design credit Plains and Pine.
This is a 5.5" x 8.5" professionally printed booklet pattern on high quality matte paper. Each pattern is enclosed in a clear plastic bag. Fabric requirements are listed on the back of the pattern for ease of reference.