Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet (physical pattern)

Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story
Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet by HollyAnne Knight of String & Story

Star Island Quilt Pattern Booklet (physical pattern)

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The Star Island Quilt Pattern features a traditional-style block made oversized for a more bold, modern feel. Eight points around the central star remind me of a lantern, fusing both natural and man-made forms of light. To me, this represents the intersection of the natural and developed worlds that we all experience, but that I think comes to a special intersection on an island where even the most sophisticated life is impacted by the tides and moods of the sea. The primary and secondary designs of the quilt also interact as the block features a star and the intersections of the blocks form a cross, much like a compass. Historically, island peoples used the stars for navigation. In our modern lives, this is a reminder that direction can often be found by reconnecting with the natural world, even via a simple walk through a local park. Finally, this quilt is an unabashed celebration of my love for summer, hot weather, and swimming.

Special thanks to Art Gallery Fabrics and Mister Domestic for providing Aura fabric.

(Affiliate link to Aura fabric at Fat Quarter Shop: http://shrsl.com/1hg7u )

Sizes and yardage requirements shown in the pictures at left.

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**Please note that this is a physical pattern booklet. Therefore a small shipping fee will apply**

***This pattern is for your personal use only; please do not share or distribute it to others. Quilts from this pattern MAY be sold in your craft shop as long as you give credit to me as the designer and pattern writer. Thank you for your cooperation and respect***

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