The first of Deb’s designs using the Rapid Fire Hunter’s Star tool and technique. The project uses just 3 fabrics and can be made in a single sewing session - couple of hours if you’re fast. Suggested size is for 6” blocks, but it could also work with the 5” or 7”
What looks like 8-pointed stars floating in a black background are actually Hunter’s Star blocks made using the Rapid Fire Hunter’s Star - Petite Star tool. Each of the three projects use the same pieces, but their different arrangements give them distinct personalities. Rapid Fire Hunter's Star- Petite Star tool is
Choose three fabrics, add several great tools, mix with good techniques, and, Presto!, you'll have this great looking quilt in a snap! Deb's New Year's Star pattern includes three sizes, from Lap to Queen, and is much easier to construct than you might think. Make a resolution to give this
Make a pineapple quilt the Studio 180 way! Instead of paper foundation that has loads of waste and requires tons of paper removal at the end of project consider using our process. With the Large Square Squared, you'll be constructing blocks using slightly oversized pieces and then trimming as you go.
A rainbow of colors bouncing off diamonds! Using 2½” strips this table runner is fun and quick to make. Refraction is a mixture of the Diamond Rectangle units and squares, making the simple look tricky. The Diamond Rects tool allows you to make the diamonds easily and precisely. You’ll have
This tool is a must have if you like making quilts with these tall star point units. Sometimes known as “Peaky and Spike”, a nickname attached to the unit about 20 years ago by a famous quilter, Doreen Speckman, this particular shape has perplexed quilters forever. With Deb’s tool, which