Star Of David – Quilt Pattern

Star Of David - Free Paper Piecing Quilt Block Pattern

Star Of David quilt pattern is available on Craftsy and on Patterns page

I hope all of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving this year!  I am spending most of today baking at home and spending a nice quiet time with my dear husband and my furry children.  A cake just came out of the oven and I have dough in the making for three loaves of bread.

Before I announce the winner, I want thank every one of you for spending precious time out of your day to read my posts.  Since I only have one prize to give away, I thought I’d share a free Star of David quilt pattern with the rest of you.  One of my friends in the swap group requested a Chanukah-themed block.  I love learning about new cultures, so I jumped at the chance.

This is a very simple block to make.  There is an option of not making the candle in the middle, so you can applique or embroider any other design you would like to use.  My original pattern was for a 3″ block, but I enlarged it to a 5″ pattern for sharing.  You can download this free pattern either from the patterns page or from my Craftsy page.

 

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Congratulations, Gina! You are the winner of the blog hop prize.  I will send you the Winter Meadow pattern and the three Christmas-themed fat quarters.

The Winter Meadow is available on Craftsy and Etsy.

Hope you have a wonderful weekend!
Until next time,
-Soma

4 Responses to Star Of David – Quilt Pattern

  1. I hope you know I love your patterns Soma! You’re a fabulous designer! I’m so glad you got caught up in bitty madness!!! Hugs!

  2. Carin says:

    Gina congratulations !!
    Nice work that Star of David.

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