FREE PATTERN: Star Dust

Happy Friday, Friends.  I hope you have had a great week.  Mine went by too fast without enough things checked off my list.  So I will be working this weekend.  But enough about my trials and tribulations…

I am happy to share with you a free-to-use pattern, Star Dust, that I had designed to support Benartex‘s Brittany fabric group.  Brittany has a very Provencal look, which many of us love!

Brittany

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Click here to view the entire Brittany fabric line.

Click here to download Star Dust free-to-use pattern instructions.

So what do you think of Star Dust?

I will catch up with you again next week!  I hope you have a most blessed weekend.

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My 2016 Line-up

Note:  You may click here for the exhaustive list of my published work.

Editorial Features:

American Patchwork & Quilting 2016 Calendar: In Your Corner

McCall’s Quick Quilts (December 2015/January 2016): Rows of Roses

McCall’s Quick Quilts (February/March 2016): Early Birds

McCall’s Quilting (January/February 2016): Sherbet Stars

 

Free-to-use Designs:

January: Heads Up Crib Quilt & Playmat (Quilting Treasures)

January: Big Love using Go Big or Go Home (Windham Fabrics)

January: Star Dust using Brittany (Benartex)

 

14 thoughts on “FREE PATTERN: Star Dust

  1. Oui oui….I love zee entire Brittany line…..lol….it really does have a very French country look. The pattern is wonderful as well. I’ll add it to my growing list of WS patterns. I also think it would look beautiful on point. Thank you, Wendy…and Benartex.

  2. Gorgeous. I can’t wait to make this one. I’m hoping the pattern is fixed, though, as the directions for the blocks are not there.

  3. Wendy, Happy Friday, I hope you had a good week.
    This pattern is very very nice! I will print it out.
    Have a nice wonderful week-end. I am hoping to get some cleaning and more cleaning done
    Love to all of you there at the Sheppard nest.
    Thank you and Benartex for this pattern!!

  4. I like this quilt! The yellow star in with all the blues is beautiful. I can see using this pattern with many different fabrics. The fabrics are pretty – blue is one of my favorite colors. These are soft and tranquil.

  5. So glad to see blue and yellow fabrics making a comeback. I made a blue and yellow quilt for a friend last year and it was difficult to find fabrics to supplement what was in my stash.

    I especially like the yellow star in your quilt design.

  6. Such a pretty new pattern. The blues are reminding me of cold, cold beautiful snowflakes with a yellow ray of sunshine sneaking through. I can see this one done in many kinds of fabrics. Thanks for this fabulous design. Have a super weekend. Remember to take a break periodically!!!

  7. Wendy, I love this pattern!! It Is beautiful in blue and white and I think it would also look stunning in red and cream. I am going on my quilt guild’s retreat soon and wanted to start a new project. This will be it!! Have a great weekend.

  8. Ooohhhh! I like this and will add this to my to-do list. I have been looking at star blocks lately with renewed interest. I like tge interplay of colors with tge one yellow star. Very beautiful, Wendy! Thanks for sharing!!

  9. I LOVE the Stardust pattern! One of my favorite quilts has always been the yellow/blue combination. You do such nice work. I hope you get a chance to enjoy some of your weekend. ;-)

  10. Thank You for giving us this free pattern! I think it is beautiful and plan on making a small lap quilt for my Mother and also a lap quilt size for a Project Linus quilt for a boy. Our 15 member guild made 134 quilts in January to distribute throughout our community and well we were all walking pretty tall that afternoon! Yet all we could talk about, at the same time during the meeting, that it was just a small tiny fraction of what was truly needed. So onwards, I am going to make at least one of these for Project Linus aiming for a teenage boy fabric style. Thank You once again for providing this beautiful pattern. I hope that you have a fantastic creative day!

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