Circle of Stars QAL

 Wonky Circle of Stars Baby Quilt Quilt-a -long
We will be making a baby quilt- finished size about 32 inches square and it will be made of 9 wonky star blocks, easy peasy! You will need some scraps and other bits, list below.  Mine is pink, yours will be...?
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You will need:
1.  At least one yard of solid fabric, or being more generous 1 metre- (equivalent to 1 yard and 3 inches)
2.  Scraps for the starts, I am fussy cutting centre squares so you will need  9 x 5 inch squares (larger to allow for the fussy cutting.
3.  Scraps for the triangle points-great scrap buster.  Scraps need to contrast with the solid.
4.  1 yard/1 meter cotton batting, I use warm and natural.
5.  Fabric for binding.  Could be pieced or all one fabric.   You will need 1/2 yard to be on the safe side or 1/4 metre- a long quarter, not a fat quarter.
6. Usual sewing kit, machine, rotary cutter, quilt ruler, thread etc.

This is a little quicky pen sketch just to give you an idea of where we are going with the design.
And this is a picture of the finished quilt.  This gives you an idea of the layout.  It will be very flexible and a lot of the choices are up to you but I will give you the instructions to make a circle out of 9 wonky star blocks. 
Cutting and Block One- Centre- click here 
For the next 2 blocks- top left corner and top right corner, click here
For the next 2 blocks- bottom left corner and bottom right corner, click here
For the next 2 blocks-top row centre and bottom row centre, click here
Final 2 blocks- Far left and far right centre row, and assembling the quilt top, click here
Quilt Sandwich and Quilting, click here
Rounding the Corners and Binding the Quilt, click here
Making this quilt was such a happy experience.  Many of the fabrics were little pieces and scraps given to me from bloggy friends which always makes a project feel extra special.
Making it as a quilt- a- long shared the making of it with other talented sewers.  I have loved seeing your quilts grow and your different styles coming through in your fabric choices and stars. Keep the pics coming to the Flickr group!
These lovely blogging quilters Quilted-a-long!
If you blogged about it and quilted along let me know and I'll add you to the list.
Print outs for all the quilt a long instructions in PDF/picture free/ and as you see them on the blog are below on the handy gadget.