Rose Star 18 inch

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US$15.00

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Print the 60° kite on fabric for Rose Star 18 inch (a classic old star design) or sew 3 inch Pieced Hexagons and more.

Sew by hand or by machine. A choice of 7 layouts.

ISBN: ISBN 978-1-926770-86-4 SKU: ROSESTAR18 Listed under: , , , ,

Description

The 60° kite in Rose Star 18 inch plays well with shapes in the 60° Hexagon 3 inch shape collection too.

PDF DOWNLOAD – SHAPES + INSTRUCTIONS 16.3 MB
System Requirements – Windows or Mac with Adobe Reader (not a phone or tablet) and any ordinary color Inkjet printer or all-in-one.

Kite for Rose Star Quilt

I had to look at Rose Star for a minute before I realized that it only uses one shape, the “Kite” which is one-sixth of a hexagon.

Rose Star quilt 12 x 13.86 inch

18 x 20.8 inches

If you want to perk up your hexagon quilt, this old design is new again! Rose Star is Beyer 432-10, Brackman 153, 243.

Features of this Shape Collection (PDF)

  • 1 shape to print on fabric (7 layouts)
  • diagrams showing how much fabric you need
  • shapes without seam allowances to print on freezer paper (just in case you want templates)

& More

  • use a rotary cutter or scissors
  • a choice of 7 different layouts for directional fabric, striped fabric, fussy cutting, and a choice of straight grain
  • instructions for piecing
  • notes about pressing
  • how to sew inset seams by machine (crosshair to edge)
  • many design options, especially when used with 3 inch hexagons and partial hexagons (third, half)
  • worksheets

sew Rose Star quilt by hand

A Choice of Methods

I sew these shapes by machine unless I need a portable project. With Inklingo lines printed on the fabric, you can sew some seams by hand and some by machine, if you wish.

Love the lines. Quilt more!

4 reviews for Rose Star 18 inch

  1. Erin (verified owner)

    With the potential for fabulous fussy cut centers on this block, I knew I had to have this collection. This large block goes together nicely with hybrid sewing–part by hand, part by machine. I’m intrigued by the fussy cut 3″ kite hexagon as design element in other blocks. I think there may be a fussy cut Jack’s Chain in my future…

  2. Emily (verified owner)

    This simple collection has extraordinary possibilities! The collection includes multiple printing options to accommodate straight of grain on different sides, or through the middle for perfectly centered stripe kites. These kites offer lots of quilt design options on their own, or combined with the 3″ hexagons and Shape Collection 3 for pieced hexagons. Fantastic shape collection for all hexagon fans!

  3. Cathi (verified owner)

    This collection is way too much fun. The effects one can get depending on colour placement are endless, add in the 3″ hexagon collection and even more options are opened up. It’s a joy to stitch one of these blocks!

  4. Catherine (verified owner)

    This opens up so many possibilities with the 3″ hexagon collection that I can’t wait to play. It’s a wonderful addition to the hexagons!

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