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22 Star Quilt Patterns: Free Block Designs and Quilt Ideas

By: Jessica Nichols, Editor of FaveQuilts.com

Adaptable Star QuiltStar quilt patterns are the quintessential patchwork quilt designs. They are incredibly versatile, and fairly easy to piece. Check out our list of 22 Star Quilt Patterns Free Block Designs and Quilt Ideas for all the star quilting tutorials you'll ever need! New quilters can get started with star quilt patterns for beginners, while more advanced quilters can try one of the more complex and creative star quilt block patterns that are sure to make any quilt shine.

 

22 Star Quilt Patterns: Free Block Designs and Quilt Ideas
Table of Contents

  1. Simple Star Quilt Blocks

  2. Star Quilt Blocks Made with Half-Square Triangles

  3. Creative Star Quilt Blocks

  4. Six-Pointed Star Quilt Patterns

  5. King and Queen Size Star Quilts

  6. Full and Twin Size Star Quilts

  7. Star Quilt Throws
     

Simple Star Quilt Blocks

Arkansas Star Quilt BlockSimple Eight-Pointed StarWonky Star BlockTiny Wonky Star Block

These simple star quilt patterns, free of any complicated piecing, are the basic building blocks of all star quilt patterns.

  1. Arkansas Star - This simple four-pointed star looks great in just two colors.
     
  2. Simple Eight-Pointed Star - Learn how to make the most basic eight-pointed star.
     
  3. Wonky Star - Use improvisational piecing to make a funky star block.
     
  4. Tiny Wonky Star - Miniaturize the wonky star for small projects.
     

Star Quilt Blocks Made with Half-Square Triangles

Star Flower Quilt BlockAunt Eliza's StarScrappy Rainbow Star Quilt Block

These star quilt blocks are some of our easiest quilt block patterns.

  1. Star Flower Quilt Block - It's simple and perfect for spring quilts.
     
  2. Aunt Eliza's Star - If you like Ohio star quilts, you'll love this understated, traditional star.
     
  3. Scrappy Rainbow Star Quilt Block - Your star quilt block patterns will have never looked so unique.

 

Creative Star Quilt Blocks

Whirling Star Quilt BlockArkansas Traveler Quilt BlockBright Hopes Star Block

Spice up your ho-hum star quilt patterns with some unusual star blocks.

  1. Whirling Star - Use a paper piecing template to get perfect points in this unusual block.
     
  2. Arkansas Traveler - Pieced diamonds make this colorful star block unique!
     
  3. Bright Hopes Star - Make a traditional bright hope block, add some star points, and forget the tricky partial seams!
     

Six-Pointed Star Quilt Patterns

Smoky Mountain Stretched StarsSix-Pointed Star Wall HangingBright Stretched Stars Throw

Six-pointed stars are a bit uncommon in the quilting world, but these patterns show how bright they can shine!

  1. Smoky Mountain Stars Throw - Stretched stars look difficult, but their clever construction is easier than you would expect!
     
  2. Six-Pointed Star Wall Hanging - An AccuQuilt fabric cutter makes this free star quilt pattern super easy.
     
  3. Bright Stretched Stars Throw - A rainbow of colors against stark white helps this quilt pop.

 

King and Queen Size Star Quilts

Adaptable Star QuiltBriar Rose Star QuiltBlazing Star Quilt

Cover your bedroom in stars with these gorgeous star quilt patterns!

  1. Adaptable Star Quilt - Make a basic star quilt of any size with these fabric requirements and dimensions.
     
  2. Briar Rose Star Quilt - A few different star blocks mix with pinwheels and Irish chains in this pretty quilt.
     
  3. Blazing Stars Quilt - A king-sized lone star quilt is just the thing for a rustic master bedroom.

 

Full and Twin Size Star Quilts

Catch a Spinning Star Bed QuiltDaylily Fields Star QuiltRoad to Brownwood Bed Quilt

Make a quilt for a guest bedroom or kid's bedroom with these star quilt patterns.

  1. Catch a Spinning Star - Interesting sashing and tiny pinwheels give this star quilt pattern an unusual twist.
     
  2. Daylily Fields Star Quilt - Each star block is unique in this gorgeous spring quilt.
     
  3. Road to Brownwood - Stars and log cabin blocks combine with clever color changes in this beautiful quilt.
     

Star Quilt Throws

Giant Vintage Starflower QuiltOhio Stars and Rails QuiltGolden Hunter's Star Quilt

Make a star quilt pattern free of the cost and time of a larger quilt.

  1. Giant Vintage Starflower Quilt - Piecing is a cinch in this oversize star block quilt.
     
  2. Ohio Stars and Rails - Alternate rail fence blocks and Ohio star blocks for a unique star quilt pattern.    
     
  3. Golden Hunter's Star Quilt - Free star quilt patterns like this are rare, and so gorgeous.

 

Giant Vintage Starflower Quilt - Piecing is a cinch in this oversize star block quilt.
Giant Vintage Starflower Quilt - Piecing is a cinch in this oversize star block quilt

 

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