Starshine Wallhanging
58" x 58" Pieced Quilt Pattern

Starshine Wallhanging

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Fabric Requirements:

Cutting Chart:

*Fabric:

Size & Shape:

# to Cut:

A (Dk. Brown

2-7/8" Square

16

A (Dk. Brown)

4-7/8" Square

12

A (Dk. Brown)

12-7/8" Square

2

A (Dk. Brown

2-1/2" x 40-1/2" strip

4

A (Dk. Brown)

2-1/2" x 4-1/2" rectangle

4

A (Dk. Brown)

4-1/2" x 36-1/2" strips

4

A (Dk. Brown)

2-1/2" x width of fabric strips (for binding)

7

B (Tan)

2-1/2" x 40-1/2" strip

8

B (Tan)

2-1/2" x 4-1/2" rectangle

8

B (Tan)

2-7/8" square

8

B (Tan)

4-7/8" square

2

C (Gold)

2-1/2" square

4

C (Gold)

2-7/8" square

8

C (Gold)

4-1/2" square

5

D (Cream)

4-7/8" square

10

D (Cream)

5-1/4" square

5

D (Cream)

13-1/4" square

1

E (Red)

5-1/4" square

5

E (Red)

13-1/4" square

1

F (Dk. Green)

4-7/8" square

10

Second Cuts:

Color A (Dark Brown):  Cut all 2-7/8" squares, 4-7/8" squares, and 12-7/8" squares once diagonally.

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Color B ( Tan): Cut all 2-7/8" squares and all 4-7/8" squares once diagonally.

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Color C (Gold):  Cut all 2-7/8" squares once diagonally.

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Color D (Cream):  Cut all 4-7/8" squares once diagonally.

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Cut all 5-1/4" squares and the 13-1/4" square twice diagonally.

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Color E (Red):  Cut all 5-1/4" and the 13-1/4" square twice diagonally.

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Color F (Dk. Green):  Cut all 4-7/8" squares once diagonally.

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Sewing Instructions:

Step 1:  With right sides together, layer a Color B (Tan) 4-7/8" triangle on a Color A (Dk. Brown) 4-7/8" triangle.  Sew together along the longest side.  Press the seam allowance toward the darker fabric and trim the points.  Make 20.

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Step 2:  With right sides together, layer a Color D (Cream) 4-7/8" triangle on a Color F (Dk. Green) triangle.  Sew together along the longest side.  Press the seam allowance toward the darker fabric and trim the points.  Make 20.

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Step 3:  With right sides together, stitch a Color D (Cream) 5-1/4" triangle and a Color E (Red) 5-1/4" triangle together along a short side.  Press seam allowance toward darker fabric and trim point.  Make 20.

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Step 4:  With right sides together, stitch a Step 3 D/E triangle to a Color A (Dk. Brown) 4-7/8" triangle together along the longest side.  Press the seam allowance toward the Color A (Dk. Brown) fabric and trim points.  Make 20.

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Step 5:  Arrange four Step 2 units, four Step 4 units and one Color C (Gold) 4-1/2" square as shown below.  Sew together, first in rows, then sew rows together to finish the Starshine Block.  Make 5.

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Step 6:  With right sides together, stitch a Color D (Cream) 13-1/4" triangle and a Color E (Red) 13-1/4" triangle together along a short side.  Press seam allowance toward darker fabric and trim point.  Make 4.

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Step 7:  With right sides together, stitch a Step 6 D/E triangle to a Color A (Dk. Brown) 12-7/8" triangle together along the longest side.  Press the seam allowance toward the Color A (Dk. Brown) fabric and trim points.  Make 4.

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Step 8:  Arrange the Step 5 and Step 7 blocks as shown below.  Sew the blocks together to form rows then sew rows together to finish the quilt center.

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Step 9:  Sew a Step 1 unit to each side of a Color A (Dk. Brown) 4-1/2" x 36-1/2" strip.  Press seam allowance away from the Step 1 units.  Make 2.

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Step 10:  Sew a Color A (Dk. Brown) 4-1/2" x 36-1/2" strip to the left and right sides of the quilt center.  Press the seam allowance away from the quilt center.

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Step 11:  Sew a Step 9 unit to the top and bottom of the quilt center.  Press the seam allowance away from the quilt center.

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Step 12:  With right sides together, layer a Color B (Tan) 2-7/8" triangle on a Color A (Dk. Brown) 2-7/8" triangle.  Sew together along the longest side.  Press the seam allowance toward the darker fabric and trim the points.  Make 16.

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Step 13:  With right sides together, layer a Color C (Gold) 2-7/8" triangle on a Color A (Dk. Brown) 2-7/8" triangle.  Sew together along the longest side.  Press the seam allowance toward the darker fabric and trim the points.  Make 16.

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Step 14:  Arrange four Step 12 units, four Step 13 units, and a Color C (Gold) 2-1/2" square as shown below.  Sew together, first in rows, then sew rows together to complete the corner block.   Press seam allowances toward the center row.  Make 4.

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Step 15:  With right sides together, sew a Color A (Dk. Brown) 2-1/2" x 4-1/2" strip to Color A (Dk. Brown) 2-1/2" x 40-1/2" strip along one short side.  Press seam allowance to one side.  Make 4.

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Step 16:  With right sides together, sew a Color B (Tan) 2-1/2" x 4-1/2" strip to Color B (Tan) 2-1/2" x 40-1/2" strip along one short side.  Press seam allowance to one side.  Make 8.

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Step 17:  With right sides together, sew a Color B (Tan) Step 16 strip to each long side of a Color A (Dk. Brown) Step 15 strip.  Press seam allowance away from the Color A Fabric.  Make 4.

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Step 18:  Sew a Step 14 unit to each end of a Step 17 strip.  Press the seam allowance away from the Step 14 units.  Make 2.

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Step 19:  Sew a Step 17 strip to the left and right sides of the quilt center.  Press the seam allowance toward the Step 17 strip.

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Step 20:  Sew a Step 18 strip to the top and bottom of the quilt center.  Press the seam allowance away from the Step 18 strip.

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Step 21:  Quilt and bind as desired.  There will be seven 2-1/2" strips left over to use as binding strips.

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