Holiday Quilts: Giant Hunter’s Star
Last month’s quick holiday quilt tops are now finished and in use. I waited for our first real snowfall to photograph them, and it was worth it. I enjoyed making these quilts! When I wrote my Giant Hunter’s Star pattern, I wrote it with an option for using fat quarters, but I hadn’t made one for myself.
I split a fat quarter bundle of the Alison Glass Holiday collection into two different colorways and made a Giant Hunter’s Star from each stack.
The blue/green/gold colorway is such a pretty combination. I love the festive feel of both quilts, without them being strictly red and green.
Each quilt is quilted with straight lines in a diagonal crosshatch pattern. I followed seam lines where I could and used my hera marker to make crease lines for all the others. It was a relatively fast and simple way to quilt them.
I have two favorite prints in this collection, the Kitschy print (left) and the Crossed print (right), so I chose one of each to use on the backs.
For my binding I used the same print on both quilts because I like the stripe. It’s called Stripe (surprise, surprise!) and works great as a binding.
Now I’m two quilts closer to my goal of having a Christmas quilt at the foot of every bed this holiday season. It feels great to finish them up, and they were fast, fun projects.
If you’re looking for a quick quilt to make, this pattern is fast and fun, and available here.